Heather Nauert – Political and Religious Prisoners Held by the Russian Government

The United States is deeply concerned by the growing number of individuals—now more than 150—identified by credible human rights organizations as political and religious prisoners held by the Government of the Russian Federation
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U.S. Engagement in the Western Hemisphere at University of Texas at Austin

This trip comes at an important time for the Western Hemisphere. This diverse region – which includes Canada, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean – is a priority for the United States for reasons other than simply our geographic proximity.
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PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP ANNOUNCES A NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY TO ADVANCE AMERICA’S INTERESTS

PRESIDENT DONALD J. TRUMP ANNOUNCES A NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY TO ADVANCE AMERICA’S INTERESTS “Our government’s first duty is to its people, to our citizens — to serve their needs, to ensure their safety, to preserve their rights, and to defend their values.” – President Donald J. Trump A NEW NATIONAL SECURITY STRATEGY FOR A NEW ...
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U.S. Embassy Celebrates Legacy of Jaime Escalante

September 8, 2016 -- The U.S. Embassy hosted a posthumous tribute to Professor Jaime Escalante on Wednesday, September 7th, at 19:00 at Cinemateca Boliviana, in La Paz. On the occasion, the Embassy celebrated the launching of a commemorative stamp in honor of Jaime Escalante. The United States Postal Service issued the stamp on July 13, ...
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Two Cochabamba students win scholarship to Space School

July 10, 2014 -- Two students from Cochabamba, Andressa Camacho of American International School of Bolivia (AISB) and Annelisse Claros Mendieta from Hughes College, won a scholarship to the International Space School Foundation and will travel to the U.S. at the end of this month. Funding for the grants comes from five Bolivian donor companies ...
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