In places like Darfur, building resilience may seem premature. Investing in their future can help reduce suffering down the road and hasten that day when humanitarian assistance isn’t needed anymore. / Amin Ismail, UNAMID

Thirty years ago, I began my career in international development, and quickly saw that USAID transforms.

Discarded used hypodermic needles lie on the ground at an encampment where opioid addicts use drugs.

Our nation’s opioid epidemic has impacted far too many of us across the United States, and I intend to do my part in reversing this awful trend.

Members of Activism against Gender Based Violence, march to mark the International Fortnight Protesting Violence against Women in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

While 2017’s 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence (GBV)—which runs annually from November 25 to December 10—...

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A panoramic view of the practical interdiction training territory in Kazakhstan.

Smack dab between China and Russia sits Kazakhstan, a country of roughly 18 million people, and through which some of Central Asia’s most important cargo shipping...

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C-Span films a program focused on the collection of the United States Diplomacy Center.

In January, C-Span is highlighting U.S. diplomatic history in a two-part program focused on the collection of the United States Diplomacy Center.

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The State Department's Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons reflects on resources available to those who encounter a potential instance of...

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