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  • Secretary John Kerry (Photo by State Department)

    Secretary Kerry Speaks About U.S. Policy in Asia During Stop at East-West Center in Hawaii

    “I just came from the Solomon Islands yesterday, a thousand islands, some of which could be wiped out if we don’t make the right choices. The Pacific Islands across the entire Pacific are vulnerable to climate change. And just yesterday, I saw with my own eyes what sea level rise would do to parts of it: It would be devastating.

  • Lisepa Paeniu (Photo State Department - US Embassy Suva)

    Tuvalu Fulbrighter off to the US

    Fulbright Scholarship recipient Lisepa is heading off to Notre Dame for a Master's in Human Rights Law. The photo also includes the new head of our Political/Economic Section, Nathan Carter, who recently joined us from the U.S. Embassy in Abu Dhabi

  • International Religious Freedom Report

    International Religious Freedom Report

    'History shows that nations that uphold the rights of their people -- including the freedom of religion -- are ultimately more just and more peaceful and more successful. Nations that do not uphold these rights sow the bitter seeds of instability and violence and extremism.' President Barack Obama

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  • Request for Quotes: Vehicle

    The U.S. Government intends to award a contract/purchase order to the responsible company submitting an acceptable quotation at the lowest price.

  • Thinking of studying in the USA?

    More than 1,000 U.S. colleges and universities offer programs leading to a graduate degree. How is higher education in the U.S. different from other countries? Find out here, part of the new publication, "Study in the USA."

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Tonga Virtual Presence Post

  • US Virtual Presence Post: Tonga

Religious Freedom Reports 2013

Report IP Theft

  • Report IP Theft Click on the logo to report IP Theft or visit the National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Center) website.

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