Iraqi police officers stand behind a bunker wall, looking into the distance of a desert landscape using binoculars.

Terrorist groups like ISIS and al-Qa’ida depend on travel. They have to travel to receive training. They have to travel to case their targets. They have to travel...

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In the #PrisonersofIran campaign, the State Department's Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor is highlighting the stories of Iranians who have been imprisoned for advocating for universal human rights.

The United States remains deeply concerned that the Iranian regime continues to jail upwards of 800 individuals on spurious charges related to the exercise of...

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A man stands at a podium with the U.S. Department of State seal, next to him are American flags. In the foreground you see the backs of heads seated, as well as a television camera.

I am proud that one of America’s greatest qualities is our steadfast generosity and willingness to welcome families who have faced...

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Assistant Secretary for African Affairs Tibor P. Nagy addresses young African Leaders at the 2018 YALI Mandela Fellows Summit in Washington, DC

This week, I have the opportunity for the first time to underscore U.S. interests in and commitment to the continent at the United Nations General Assembly. In...

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A two photo collage, left is group of women in traditional African attire, clapping as they line the street into a brick compound labelled Alaffia; right is an African women working on a sewing machine.

When it comes to spreading global prosperity, sharing American values, and setting high standards for global human rights, U.S. companies are some of our best...

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Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S. Department of State highlights spanning a wide range of global...

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