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Blog Post Archive

The Value of Student Exchanges to Developing Countries?—?and the U.S.

USAID’s student exchange programs prepare students to be leaders in their country’s development. But they also bring benefits to American students, faculty and communities.

Q&A Series #2: When Women Do Better, Countries Do Better

Meet a woman entrepreneur who co-founded a company that creates digital literacy tools for children learning Arabic

This Week at State: November 17, 2017

Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? We’ve got you covered. Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S. Department of State highlights spanning a wide range of global issues, events, and initiatives in one blog post...

Q&A Series #3: When Women Do Better, Countries Do Better

Hear from the female co-founder of an organization in Haiti that promotes ecological sanitation?—?turning human waste into compost.

Trade, Security, and Governance in Africa

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has invited Foreign Ministers from across the African continent, including African Union Commission leadership, to Washington, D.C.

Q&A Series #1: When Women Do Better, Countries Do Better

Meet the female co-founder of a humanitarian relief nonprofit that builds 3D-printed parts in the field

Boldline Accelerator: Bringing Partnerships to Life and Scale

Welcome to the Boldline Accelerator for Public-Private Partnerships, a one-week program in February 2018 dedicated to giving public-private partnership stakeholders the training, mentorship, networks, and resources needed to bring partnership ideas to action or scale up existing partnerships.

International Education Week 2017: A Guide to Getting Involved

The State Department wants international education to be a part of every student’s academic career. When classrooms have international students, all students gain new perspectives, learn how to work with diverse peers, and experience communicating across cultures and languages.

Diplomat For a Day: U.S. Diplomacy Center Launches Online Diplomacy Simulation Teaching Materials

International Education Week, observed this year November 13-17, is surely an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and study abroad, but it is also an opportunity to reflect on the increasingly global environment in which we live and, consequentially, the need to prepa

Veterans Day 2017: How Military Values and Skills Shape Veterans’ Work at the Millennium Challenge Corporation

On November 11, Veterans Day, we honor all those who have served our country in uniform. It is a day to thank our nation’s veterans for their bravery and commitment to peace and prosperity. As President Trump has said, veterans exemplify the “strength, courage and resolve that our country will need to overcome the many challenges that we face.”

This Week at State: November 10, 2017

Did you miss key foreign policy developments this week? We’ve got you covered. Each week, DipNote recaps the latest U.S. Department of State highlights spanning a wide range of global issues, events, and initiatives in one blog post...

Oorah: Celebrating 242 years of the Marine Corps

The U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) today honors the U.S. Marine Corps’ 242nd birthday. Throughout their history, U.S. Marines have safeguarded U.S. diplomacy, notably during the Mexican-American War and China’s Boxer Rebellion as special couriers and guards. Show More Summary

This Veteran Seized the Opportunity to Serve Again

In recognition of Veterans Day, USAID celebrates its partnerships with U.S. Veteran-Owned Small Businesses in our collective efforts to promote global security and prosperity.

Partnering with Somalia's Police to Build Counterterrorism Capacity

How the State Department's Bureau of Counterterrorism and Countering Violent Extremism helped respond to the recent terrorist attack in Somalia.

Iraq: Four-Legged Heroes Show Dogged Determination to Clear ISIS Bombs in Mosul

When Iraqi and coalition forces pushed into Mosul, fleeing ISIS fighters left behind hundreds of deadly improvised explosive devices (IEDs). Some of these IEDs were laid to limit access to water systems and other key infrastructure, while others were designed to thwart rebuilding efforts.

U.S. Embassy in Croatia Launches Online Platform for Women Entrepreneurs

After two weeks of soft launch mini-events and an energetic social media campaign, the moment had finally arrived to launch the Embassy’s newest initiative for women entrepreneurs, Aurora.

This Week at State: November 3, 2017

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

World’s Fair History in Our Backyard

Yesterday, staff members of the New York Foreign Press Center accompanied a group of journalists from Germany, South Korea, China, and India back in time -- to the site of not one, but two, of America’s World’s Fairs.

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