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Spotlight: Thousands tour DC embassies during open house

D.C. residents and tourists visit more than 50 embassies, learn about the culture of distant countries, sample the food and view products that are representative of different cultures, all in one day and within a few blocks in the U.S. capital.

Tunisia holds valuable lessons for us all as democracy stumbles

With democracy under threat around the world, Americans need to set an example by showing up to vote, restoring order to U.S. politics—and backing countries like Tunisia, which is struggling to restore democratic gains made 13 years ago during the Arab Spring.

US partnership helps UAE achieve soaring success in space

The United Arab Emirates’ space program has come a long way in a relatively short time, and last month, Emirati and U.S. officials celebrated the partnership and cooperation that have helped the UAE to accomplish all it has in space.

Colombian music in New Orleans, tall ship in Baltimore

A tall ship that is used to train Colombian sailors and serves as a floating embassy for the country called in the port of Baltimore last month, making a spectacular entrance to the Inner Harbor at sunrise on March 15 as dozens of naval cadets stood on the masts.