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President Trump Addresses the United Nations General Assembly

U.S. President Donald J. Trump delivered remarks at the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City today. Addressing some of the very serious threats the world faces the President began his remarks by outlining growing dangers that threaten our values.

President Trump Calls for United Nations Reform at 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly

On day one of "high-level week" at UNGA 72 President Trump delivered remarks on United Nations Reform at the UN headquarters in New York City.

International Exchange Students Lend a Hand During Hurricane Relief Efforts

Imagine you’re visiting the United States for the first time, only just beginning to familiarize yourself with the people, the places and general surroundings.

My GES Experience and What You Should Know if You’re Attending #GES2017

A female entrepreneur from India writes about her experience at GES 2016 and shares several tips she thinks this year's delegates should know.

This Week at State: September 15, 2017

Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? We’ve got you covered. Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S.

Four Myths About Fiscal Transparency

As the U.S. Department of State releases its 2017 Fiscal Transparency Report, we address four common myths about fiscal transparency.

Uniting the World’s Most Promising Entrepreneurs Puts Women First and Advances Economic Prosperity for All

To demonstrate the important role women can play when included in the global economy, GES 2017 will highlight the accomplishments and contributions of women entrepreneurs and investors driving innovation.

Support and Solidarity: Remembering 9/11 Around the World

In the days following the attacks of September 11, 2001, the United States saw an outpouring of support, generosity, and empathy from every corner of the globe.

This Week at State: September 8, 2017

Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? We’ve got you covered. Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S.

Making a Little More Room for Reading

September 8th is World Literacy Day. Read about how Room to Read, with USAID support, is helping make reading a habit for thousands students in India.

Eyes in the Sky and Diplomacy on the Ground: U.S.-EU Share Satellite Data in Response to Dangerous Hurricanes

On August 25, as Hurricane Harvey was bearing down on Texas, an urgent call went out from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to our European partners.

Diversity and Service in Diplomacy – A Distinctly American Story

Diversity and service have had a lasting impact on my career as these ideals have become increasingly important to the work of the U.S. Department of State. In 1980 when I joined the Foreign Service, I was the only Asian-American in a class almost 40 new officers.

Why Women Leaders are Essential to the Continued Fight Against ISIS

ISIS has lost 90 percent of the territory it controlled in Iraq in August 2014, and at least 58 percent in Syria, with the liberation of Mosul this summer marking a milestone in the fight to defeat the Islamic State.

Education Connects Youth to Jobs in Latin America

This fall, young people in many parts of the world are preparing to go back to school.

Standing for Workers’ Rights: Good for Americans and Good for the World

This Monday, Americans celebrate Labor Day and the vital contributions of working men and women to American society.

This Week at State: September 1, 2017

Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? We’ve got you covered. Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S.

Introducing 'Faces of Diplomacy' to the American Public: Exhibit Testing at the Smithsonian’s Spark!Lab

Currently under development, the U.S. Diplomacy Center will be our nation’s first museum and education center dedicated to telling the story of American diplomacy. Building a museum in this day and age means that we can take advantage...Show More Summary

NATO: America’s Most Crucial Security Alliance

In an op-ed published in The New York Times on August 30th, United States Ambassador to NATO Kay Bailey Hutchison emphasized the United States’ commitment to “America’s most crucial s

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