-09/12/14 Op-Ed: ISIL's Abuse of Women and Girls Must Be Stopped; Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues Catherine M. Russell
-09/05/14 Building a Dynamic U.S.-China Film Relationship; Assistant Secretary Charles H. Rivkin, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs
-08/29/14 To Defeat Terror, We Need the World's Help
-07/30/14 India's Economic Strength and Business Environment Are of Strategic Importance to the U.S.
-07/30/14 Op-Ed on Afghanistan
-07/08/14 Why Is the Senate Hobbling American Diplomacy?
-06/30/14 Iranian Nuclear Deal Still Is Possible, But Time Is Running Out
-06/09/14 A Call to Action To Protect Our Oceans
-06/09/14 Let There Be No Hiding Place For Rapists in War
-06/03/14 25 Years Later, Tiananmen Square Still Colors U.S.-China Relations; Assistant Secretary Tom Malinowski, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
-06/03/14 U.S. Is Setting an Example to the World on Climate Change
-06/03/14 We Need More Visas, Now, for Our Afghan Allies
-06/02/14 Democracy, Prosperity Linked
-05/02/14 Africa Is on the Rise, and We Need To Help Make Sure It Continues
-04/20/14 Working With the Vatican Against Modern Slavery
-03/06/14 Women Key to Peace and Security
-02/25/14 Preventing Sexual Violence Is a National Security Imperative
-12/18/13 Migrants Need Protecting; Assistant Secretary Anne C. Richard, Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration
-11/14/13 The Crush on Wildlife
-11/06/13 Op-Ed: Disabilities Treaty Breaks Down Borders for Vets
-10/25/13 Assad's War of Starvation
-09/06/13 Secretary of State John Kerry on the Case for Action in Syria
-07/21/13 Our Disabled Deserve Access Abroad
-07/19/13 Getting the U.S.-China Climate Partnership Right
-06/19/13 We Work on Climate Change Every Day
-04/03/13 More Work to Bring War Criminals to Justice
-03/21/13 Taking Global Action to Fight Hate; Special Representative to Muslim Communities Farah Anwar Pandith
-03/08/13 Why Women are Central to U.S. Foreign Policy
-02/20/13 A Conversation With Ambassador Frederick Barton; Assistant Secretary Rick Barton, Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations
-12/10/12 Eleven Words; Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues Melanne Verveer
-12/08/12 When Women Drive Economic Growth; Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues Melanne Verveer
-11/25/12 War's Silent Scourge: Sexual Violence Against Women; Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues Melanne Verveer
-10/24/12 Ukraine's Troubling Trends
-09/27/12 Op-Ed: Saving More Lives Than Ever
-09/24/12 Lift Up Women to Lift the World; Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues Melanne Verveer
-08/20/12 London Olympics Make the Case for Unleashing the Potential of Women and Girls; Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues Melanne Verveer
-07/23/12 A New Day in Haiti; U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Kenneth H. Merten
-07/18/12 The Art of Smart Power
-07/10/12 Keeping Faith in Afghanistan; Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues Melanne Verveer
-07/06/12 Unsung in Afghanistan; Ambassador Ryan C. Crocker, Afghanistan
-06/20/12 Trade With Russia Is a Win-Win
-06/13/12 India and the United States: A Focus on the Fundamentals
-05/16/12 Missile Defense Cooperation Is the New Way Forward; Special Envoy for Strategic Stability and Missile Defense Ellen Tauscher
-05/14/12 Society for Neuroscience; Science and Technology Adviser E. William Colglazier
-05/03/12 Women and the Arab Spring; Office of Global Women's Issues
-04/26/12 Visionary Innovators and Intellectual Property in the Twenty-First Century; Under Secretary for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Robert D. Hormats
-03/27/12 Nuclear Security Summit Op-Ed
-03/15/12 A Code for Outer Space, as Seen From the State Department; Acting Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Rose Gottemoeller
-02/17/12 Science Magazine; Science and Technology Adviser E. William Colglazier
-02/07/12 Delivering Jobs With International Tourism; Deputy Secretary for Management and Resources Thomas Nides
-01/20/12 A Call to the "Innovation Generation"; Science and Technology Adviser E. William Colglazier
-01/16/12 Wallenberg's Life-Giving Legacy
-12/22/11 A "New START" for Arms Control; Assistant Secretary Rose Gottemoeller, Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance
-12/05/11 The Silk Road Through Afghanistan: The Country's Economic Future Lies in its Region; Deputy Secretary for Management and Resources Thomas Nides
-10/11/11 Foreign Policy Magazine: America's Pacific Century
-08/24/11 Success in Afghanistan: It takes a Region; Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Marc Grossman
-08/12/11 Let's Save Starving Somalis
-07/14/11 Foreign Policy of the Internet; U.S. Permanent Representative to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Karen Kornbluh
-07/09/11 Independence Day for South Sudan
-07/06/11 Biotech Addresses Food Security, Climate Change: Potential Economic Growth Engine; Assistant Secretary Jose W. Fernandez, Bureau of Economic, Energy and Business Affairs
-06/17/11 There Is No Going Back in Syria
-06/07/11 The International Community Needs To Stay Focused on Bosnia and Herzegovina
-05/08/11 'Clean Stoves' Would Save Lives, Cut Pollution
-05/06/11 'Clean stoves' would save lives, cut pollution
-03/12/11 In Libya, Our Aid Matters; Assistant Secretary Eric P. Schwartz, Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration
-03/07/11 Women's Work-More, Earn-Less Plan Hurts
-01/09/11 Progress in Haiti Is Slow, but Real; U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Kenneth H. Merten
-12/23/10 Prompt Approval of the New START Treaty in the Russian Legislature Will Help Promote Strategic Stability; Assistant Secretary Rose Gottemoeller, Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance
-12/18/10 Another Chance for Egypt to Commit to Transparency; Assistant Secretary Michael H. Posner, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor
-11/30/10 Let's Get Back to Work with Russia: We Need New START in Force; Assistant Secretary Rose Gottemoeller, Bureau of Arms Control, Verification and Compliance
-11/16/10 What the New Arms Treaty Would Do; Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Ellen Tauscher
-11/15/10 Why the Senate Should Ratify New START
-11/08/10 Australia and U.S. Face Past, Present and Future Together
-11/03/10 An End to Human Trafficking
-10/28/10 The Key to Sustainable Peace: Women
-10/08/10 Addressing Global Food Production; Assistant Secretary Jose W. Fernandez, Bureau of Economic, Energy and Business Affairs
-10/01/10 Canada Is a Vital Partner in the Americas; Assistant Secretary Arturo Valenzuela, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs
-09/16/10 U.S. Can't Risk Slow START; Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Ellen Tauscher
-09/16/10 Visit to Auschwitz and Dachau; Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism Hannah Rosenthal
-09/07/10 New START: Security Through 21st-Century Verification; Assistant Secretary Rose Gottemoeller, Bureau of Verification, Compliance, and Implementation
-06/22/10 A Flourishing Economic Partnership; U.S. Ambassador to India Timothy Roemer
-06/04/10 Partnership Of Democracies
-06/02/10 Promoting Strategic Dialogue
-05/30/10 The Balkans Deserve This
-05/21/10 U.S.-China Achievements Go Beyond Expo
-05/14/10 New Complexities and Approaches to Global Health Diplomacy; Assistant Secretary Kerri-Ann Jones, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs
-04/16/10 Joining Hands for Clean Energy
-04/16/10 Keeping Nukes in Check; Coordinator for Threat Reduction Programs Ambassador Bonnie D. Jenkins
-04/07/10 Our Giant Step Towards a World Free from Nuclear Danger
-03/26/10 Financial Inclusion: Freedom to Borrow; Senior Advisor Charles Shapiro, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs
-03/08/10 The World's Women Are Still Left Behind; U.S. Permanent Representative to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Karen Kornbluh
-02/12/10 One Month Later, Haiti's Humanitarian Crisis Remains
-12/15/09 The U.S. Is on Board
-12/04/09 All Nations Must Play a Part in Afghanistan Mission
-10/13/09 Sharing the Benefits of Economic Growth in the Western Hemisphere; Charge d'Affairs D. Brent Hardt, Barbados
-08/21/09 What I Saw in Goma
-08/09/09 Women Are Drivers of Positive Change
-08/03/09 In Afghanistan, a Time to Debate and Decide By U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Karl W. Eikenberry; Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs
-07/27/09 A New Strategic and Economic Dialogue with China
-07/17/09 Encourage Pakistan as it Confronts Extremism
-07/04/09 Of Thee I Sing; Special Representative to Muslim Communities Farah Anwar Pandith
-06/17/09 Partnering Against Trafficking
-06/01/09 New Pathways to Prosperity in the Americas
-05/08/09 On Fundamental Human Rights, Our Pledge; Assistant Secretary Esther Brimmer, Bureau of International Organization Affairs
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