As U.S. secretary of state, Mike Pompeo is always on the go. Join us as we retrace his steps in some of the countries on his 2019 itinerary.
The secretary of state is reaffirming the U.S. commitment to a strong NATO while warning the alliance faces new threats from authoritarian regimes.
Every American president since Harry Truman, who championed NATO's creation in 1949, has reaffirmed the United States' commitment to the principle of collective defense.
New technologies like 5G and facial recognition will change society. But China's abuse of these technologies puts countries and people at risk.
U.S. leaders will commemorate D-Day in England and France on June 6 with their European allies, reinforcing the strength of their trans-Atlantic bond.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with key NATO and European allies in Brussels on May 13 to discuss shared security concerns about Iran.
Since NATO's founding, its role has been to serve as a force for peace, Secretary Pompeo says at an observance of the alliance's 70th anniversary.
European and North American NATO leaders gather in Washington to celebrate the world's strongest alliance, one bound by shared history, values and goals.
Learn how NATO members have prospered through their commitment to keep each other safe and the ability to adapt to new security challenges.