Chargé d’Affaires Peter Mulrean greets Secretary John Kerry upon arrival in Geneva, Switzerland. Secretary Kerry is in Geneva for the P5+1 talks on Iran’s nuclear program.
President Obama: A half century ago, America mourned the loss of an extraordinary public servant.
Since its establishment by the Security Council in 1991, the UNCC has administered a truly innovative claims program.
There’s no question in my mind that we are closer now, as we leave Geneva, than we were when we came, and that with good work and good faith over the course of the next weeks, we can in fact secure our goal.
Twenty-three years ago, the United States became the first country in the world to adopt legislation banning discrimination against […]
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For far too long Israel has been unfairly excluded from regional bodies at the United Nations.
Commitments from the Global Fund and PEPFAR show what is possible when local leadership and international action come together.
At a White House World AIDS Day event, President Obama promised new U.S. assistance to fight the disease, saying […]
U.S. leaders in the campaign against HIV/AIDS mark the 25th anniversary of World AIDS Day with renewed commitments to […]
“The Treaty will benefit not only U.S. patent applicants and patentees but those of all PLT Contracting Parties looking […]
The United States believes profoundly, in the words of our Supreme Court, that copyright law is “the engine of free expression,” …
2013 Special 301 Report The full version of the “301 Special Report” (PDF, 572KB), is available on the Office of […]
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