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July 24, 2013

Maximizing the Multilateral Response to International Crises

Yesterday, Secretary of State John Kerry welcomed nearly a dozen senior figures from United Nations and other international organizations working… more
July 18, 2013

Celebrating Nelson Mandela International Day

July 18th marks Nelson Mandela’s 95th birthday and is recognized internationally as Nelson Mandela International Day , a day to… more
July 17, 2013

Generation Prague: Building a Strategy of Peace

Four years ago, in the Czech capital of Prague, President Barack Obama addressed the future of nuclear weapons. Speaking to… more
July 14, 2013

A Call to Action on Malala Day

“When I say 'Malala,' you say 'Day!'” The energy was palpable in the United Nations Trusteeship Council Chamber as more… more
July 10, 2013

Malala Day: Promoting Education for All

This Friday, 500 young leaders from nearly 90 countries will convene at the United Nations headquarters for a UN Youth… more
July 4, 2013

Celebrating the Spirit of America on the Fourth of July

This Fourth of July, thousands of Foreign Service officers will spend the holiday overseas, representing the United States in countries… more
July 3, 2013

An Inside Look at the U.S. Security Council Presidency

This week, staff from the U.S. Mission to the United Nations brought files and office supplies to an office next… more
July 2, 2013

'State in 60 Seconds' Video -- Climate Change

President Obama recently announced a series of executive actions to reduce carbon pollution and prepare the United States for the… more
July 1, 2013

A Quick Guide to Feed the Future's New Progress Report

We just published our second progress report, highlighting results our modern approach to development achieved in fiscal year 2012. You’ll… more
June 28, 2013

Defending Intellectual Property Rights Around the World

Innovation is one of America’s greatest assets and is increasingly a cornerstone of our diplomatic engagement abroad. The social and… more