For the first time since 1945, a U.S. secretary of state has visited Cuba. Secretary Kerry arrived in Havana to celebrate the reopening of the U.S. embassy.
Vietnam and the U.S. are celebrating 20 years of normalized diplomatic relations. They have seen a dramatic rise in trade and people-to-people ties.
Cuban Foreign Minister Rodriguez and Secretary Kerry explain the importance of renewing the diplomatic relationship and other ties between the countries.
The re-opening of the U.S. and Cuban embassies and resumption of normal ties on July 20 marks "a day for removing barriers," Secretary Kerry says.
The pact reduces Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium, cuts the number of centrifuges and expands the time it would take Iran to produce fissile material.
The agreement between Iran and the P5+1 over Iranian nuclear activities shows that diplomacy can be effective in resolving complex global security concerns.
President Obama charts a new course in U.S. relations with Cuba in his announcement that the nations will re-establish diplomatic relations and reopen embassies.
"No country can fulfill its potential if its people are held back, or more so if they are beaten down by repression," Secretary Kerry said.
A warmer world will raise sea levels and trigger extreme weather events. You can prepare for these events, and the U.S. will help other countries do that.