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January 30, 2014

Holocaust Remembrance: A Special Screening of 'There Was Once'

The horrors of the Holocaust continue to reverberate some 70 years later. As I reflect on all the lives lost… more
January 27, 2014

Remembering the Past, Safeguarding the Future

“It was so terrible. It was hard for the mind to absorb it.” Those were the words of U.S. Master… more
January 17, 2014

Raising Women's Voices in Syria's Conflict

Reem Halibi joined the Syrian revolution early. A student at the University of Aleppo when the revolution started, she was… more
December 18, 2013

Boosting Economic Growth in the United States and the European Union

It’s a chilly afternoon in Washington, D.C., but things are warm on the campus of George Washington University. I just… more
December 4, 2013

Secretary Kerry Toasts Moldovans on Their European Course

A glass of Moldovan sparkling wine in hand, Secretary Kerry today toasted the strong U.S.-Moldovan partnership, which has helped the… more
November 30, 2013

State Department Officials Meet With Press Freedom Awardees

On November 21, I had the distinct privilege of welcoming journalists Janet Hinostroza of Ecuador and Nedim Sener of Turkey… more
November 27, 2013

Just the Facts: The Future U.S. Embassy to the Holy See

In the last days, there's been a frightening amount of misinformation and rumor mongering out there about the moving of… more
November 24, 2013

First Step Understandings Regarding Iran's Nuclear Program

The P5+1 -- the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Russia, and China, facilitated by the European Union -- has… more
November 8, 2013

75th Anniversary of Kristallnacht: Night of Broken Glass

On November 7, I represented the State Department at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for its “Kristallnacht: 75 Years… more

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