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April 16, 2014

STEMatState: Saving Lives through Advanced Engineering

Many people probably don’t think of diplomacy and engineering as going hand in hand. The reality, however, is that science… more
April 16, 2014

Breaking New Barriers in Sports Diplomacy

In a July 2013, ESPN newsmagazine Outside the Lines ran a piece titled “ Carry On ,” featuring the story… more
April 15, 2014

U.S. Partners With Armenia To Promote International Peace and Security

After years of supporting peacekeeping in Kosovo and the International Security Assistance Forces in Afghanistan, Armenia is preparing to further… more
April 13, 2014

Strategic Stability: A View From Asia

One year ago this week, Secretary of State John Kerry renewed the Obama Administration’s commitment to rebalance our engagements, activities,… more
April 13, 2014

Ukraine: Choosing Diplomacy Over Aggression

This was no peaceful spring weekend for Ukraine. Coordinated, well-armed Russian-backed militants attacked government buildings in a professional operation in… more
April 10, 2014

STEMatState: Verifying Arms Control Treaties

If a nuclear bomb were tested in some part of the world, how would we know? What if it exploded… more
April 9, 2014

Ukraine: Confronting Internal Challenges and External Threats

Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland spoke before the Commission on Security and Cooperation in… more
April 9, 2014

STEMatState: Eco-Friendly Embassies

Global climate change is a challenge that requires innovations in science, engineering, technology and mathematics (STEM) to solve. The Department… more

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