This Week from Washington
Every Monday, America.gov presents highlights of its recent coverage of U.S. foreign policy, society and values.
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This podcast edition outlines the agenda for the Presidential Summit on Entrepreneurship to be held in Washington April 26-27.
Listen to how Okolo Rashid, inspired by her Muslim faith, organized an exhibition that has become the first museum in the United States dedicated to educating Americans about Muslim culture.
This is a podcast edition of then-Senator Barack Obama’s March 2008 speech, “A More Perfect Union,” on the role race played in the 2008 presidential campaign.
This podcast edition covers U.S. nuclear strategy, airline security, sports, and human rights.
This podcast edition of This Week from Washington looks at the importance of the U.S. census and the history of the sport Americans call soccer.
This podcast edition reports on U.S.-Mexico cooperation against drug violence, the U.S.-Pakistan strategic dialogue, U.S. policy on water scarcity, and human rights.