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September 27, 2013

New Global Fund Supports Local Efforts To Counter Violent Extremism

Today, I had the pleasure of joining Secretary Kerry as he kicked off the Global Counterterrorism Forum (GCTF) Fourth Ministerial… more
February 22, 2013

Multilateral Training Enhances Border Management in Central Asia

Here in Tajikistan, the OSCE Border Management Staff College is making a tangible contribution to regional preparedness for Afghanistan's assumption… more
January 4, 2012

Ten Things You Should Know About the Bureau of Counterterrorism

Writing for the U.S. Department of State DipNote blog, Public Affairs Officer Rhonda Shore discusses the new Bureau of Counterterrorism. more
June 10, 2009

A Whole of Government Approach to Stability

Writing for the U.S. Department of State DipNote blog, Matthew Cordova provides information on U.S. government interagency approach to reconstruction… more
April 30, 2009

Country Reports on Terrorism Released

The Department of State released the annual Congressionally mandated Country Reports on Terrorism 2008 today. U.S. law requires the Secretary… more
April 6, 2009

Afghanistan and NATO

The White House Blog provides information about President Obama's remarks on Afghanistan after the NATO meeting: In a press conference… more
April 3, 2009

President Obama Discusses Afghanistan During Town Hall in France

Today, President Obama participated in a town hall event in Strasbourg, France. President Obama said : "The United States of… more
December 3, 2008

Public Diplomacy 2.0: A New Approach to Global Engagement

Earlier this week, Under Secretary James K. Glassman spoke at the New America Foundation . An excerpt from his prepared… more
September 5, 2008

Libya: The Path Toward Reengagement

About the Author: David Welch serves as the Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs. Libya is in the… more


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The Way Forward in Ukraine

Secretary of State John Kerry traveled to Geneva, Switzerland, on April 16-17 to participate in bilateral meetings and a multilateral… more