Haiti

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May 29, 2012

International Day of UN Peacekeepers

As May 29 is International Day of UN Peacekeepers, it is an optimal moment to reflect on the work we… more
April 7, 2012

Jazz and the State Department: A Night on the Rhythm Road

Each April, the State Department, in concert with music lovers around the world, celebrates Jazz Appreciation Month. In honor of… more
February 2, 2012

21st Century Statecraft: Continuing the Conversation

Technology and new innovations are changing the world in which we live. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is responding… more
January 17, 2012

Can Mobile Money Transform a Country?

Writing for the U.S. Department of State DipNote blog, Charley Johnson and Priya Jaisinghani highlight how Haiti is rebuilding not… more
January 13, 2012

Investment: The Path to a Prosperous Future in Haiti

Yesterday, Haiti commemorated two years since the earthquake of January 12, 2010. Those of us who went through the earthquake… more
January 9, 2012

Haiti -- Two Years Post Earthquake: What You May Not Know

The power of Haiti's heritage and its people is tremendous. For America, Haiti has held, and continues to hold, a… more
December 12, 2011

DipNote: The Week in Review

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton traveled to Germany , Lithuania , Switzerland , Belgium , and the Netherlands December… more
December 8, 2011

Where Two Roads Connect

Some 500 meters of slippery footholds and cliff rock separate the upper Cavalier neighborhood from its lower half in the… more
November 14, 2011

New Fulbright Fellowship Offers Exchange Opportunities in Public Policy

Writing for the U.S. Department of State DipNote blog, Deputy Assistant Secretary Meghann Curtis describes the Fulbright Public Policy Fellowship,… more
October 16, 2011

DipNote: The Week in Review

Writing for the U.S. Department of State DipNote blog, Associate Editor Sarah Goldfarb recaps the Week in Review, October 10… more

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