Conversations With America is an online video series featuring interviews with top State Department Officials discussing the Department’s work on key foreign policy and global issues. Launched by the Bureau of Public Affairs in 2010, questions submitted by the public via the Department’s DipNote blog, Facebook, and Twitter are selected for inclusion in the program. The videos are made available online here on state.gov and the Department’s YouTube channel, for on-demand viewing.
These conversations aim to provide the public a candid view of the ways in which the Department advances U.S. interests at home and abroad. From Afghanistan to India, the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) to the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and internet freedom to world water issues, the Conversations with America series showcases how the U.S. Government is working across the globe on issues that concern Americans most.
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