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Secretary Kerry (Dec. 17): "The United States is proud of ... our enduring alliance with the Philippines, which is an important democracy and one of America's key treaty allies in the dynamic Asia Pacific region." Full Text» Trip Page»
In Other News
- Daily Press Briefing: South Sudan
Deputy Spokesperson Harf (Dec. 17): "We are deeply troubled by the fighting that continues today in Juba, in South Sudan. ... It is absolutely critical that political differences be resolved by peaceful and democratic means." Full Text»
- Forum for the Future
Acting Assistant Secretary Zeya (Dec. 17): "We can and should be doing better to uphold the spirit of this Forum by emphasizing a meaningful role throughout the year for civil society." Full Text»
- Release of FRUS Volume on Congo
Dec. 16: This volume covers U.S. policy in Congo-Leopoldville from March 1960 through December 1968, including the Congo crisis and covert U.S. Government policies. More»
- Crisis in the Central African Republic
Assistant Secretary Thomas-Greenfield (Dec. 17): "We remain deeply engaged at the highest level with the situation in C.A.R. We are working closely with our international partners to address the crisis." Full Text»
- EU Support to Israelis and Palestinians
Dec. 16: The U.S. welcomes the announcement that the European Union will provide an unprecedented package of support in the context of a final status peace agreement. More»
- Chile Presidential Elections
Deputy Spokeperson Harf (Dec. 16): "We congratulate Dr. Michelle Bachelet on her election as the next President of Chile, based on the preliminary results issued by Chile’s electoral authorities." Full Text»
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- Embracing Social Media
Less than 2 years after arriving as Ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul has more than 55,000 Twitter followers. More»