On July 25, voters in Tunisia overwhelmingly approved a constitutional referendum that gives even more power to President Kais Saied—leading to concern Washington and anger that the country is backsliding.
French Embassy celebrates Bastille Day; Peruvian Embassy hosts Kaypi Peru; National Press Club connects journalists, attachés.
Interview with Jiten Vyas, VFS Gobal’s chief commercial officer, about how embassies can benefit from modern visa and passport processing services.
Egypt faces a “perfect storm” triggered by the Israel-Palestine conflict, Iran’s nuclear ambitions and Russia’s war in Ukraine, says Ambassador Motaz Zahran.
Ahmed Boutache, Algeria’s ambassador in Washington, headlined the National Press Club’s Embassy Night event on June 23 — the club’s first since before the pandemic began more than two years ago — along with 50 other ambassadors, press counselors and other diplomats.
During eight hearings, the committee has forever linked former president Donald Trump to the January 6, 2021 coup attempt at the Capitol.
Egypt art show at Meridian; UK Embassy hosts Queen’s Jubilee; Kelsey Kemper Valentine and Max Dickinson’s engagement.
Inspired by the COVID pandemic, “The Present Moment: Crafting a Better World” exhibit at The Renwick Gallery explores the concept of ‘home.’
On the morning of June 18, diplomats, executives and tennis enthusiasts gathered for a practice drill at the residence of Arthur Sinodinos, Australia’s ambassador to the United States.
US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, speaking July 12 at International Student House DC, says the Iran nuclear deal isn’t dead just yet.
Woodrow Wilson was president 100 years ago on July 28, 1922, the day the US and Albania formally established diplomatic relations.
Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has upended decades of German foreign policy in what is clearly the biggest seismic shift since World War II, says Emily Haber, Germany’s ambassador to the United States.
Academy Award winner Aaron Sorkin’s new play adaptation of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ currently at The Kennedy Center starring Emmy Award–winning actor Richard Thomas as Atticus Finch.
From selling cognac to shaping a continent, Jean Monnet, known as one of the founding fathers of the European Union, spent a lifetime laying the groundwork for the post-World War II transatlantic alliance. Now, he’s getting a prime perch in D.C.’s Rock Creek Park.