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May 10, 2013

Snapshots From Abroad

Representing America is something that every employee at the State Department takes pride in. Our work takes us to all… more
April 13, 2013

A 'News' Story: New Secretary, New President, New Media

Here in Seoul, we are quite familiar with hosting U.S. Secretaries of State. South Korea is one of the United… more
April 12, 2013

Follow #SecKerry's Travel to East Asia

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will deliver remarks from Tokyo on Sunday, April 14, 2013, at 8:30 p.m. EDT.… more
July 20, 2012

Anniversary of the Trinity Test and the Dawn of the Atomic Age

The United States conducted the world's first nuclear explosive test, codenamed "Trinity," 67 years ago this month in the southern… more
July 17, 2012

A Visit to the Yeosu Expo

At the end of a long trip through Asia with Secretary Clinton, I was lucky enough to have the chance… more
July 12, 2012

Travel Diary: Secretary Clinton in Cambodia

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrived in Phnom Penh on July 11 to participate in regional conferences, to both… more
June 29, 2012

The Role of Social Media in Diplomacy

Yesterday, our Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy, Tara Sonenshine, held a Twitter Q&A, answering your questions on everything from exchange… more
May 25, 2012

Trade Is Not Just for the Coasts, It’s for the Heartland Too

The United States was born a trading nation in 1776, and commerce has been the essential life blood of the… more
April 24, 2012

Strengthening Security Partnerships Across the Asia-Pacific

The Asia-Pacific is home to half the world's population, more than half the world's GDP and nearly half of its… more
March 27, 2012

South Korea Hosts 2012 Nuclear Security Summit

Today, the Republic of Korea hosted more than 50 world leaders for the 2012 Nuclear Security Summit in Seoul. During… 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

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