A/PDAS Merten Participates in CARICOM Meetings in Nassau

In an exclusive interview with State department alum Taneka Thompson (Editor, The Tribune) Acting Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Kenneth Merten said the U.S. government is looking to increase its engagement with countries in the region including The Bahamas. This is in an effort to find ways to grow economies, ...
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U.S. State Department Alumni Represent The Bahamas at Regional Disaster Preparedness Seminar

In the aftermath of the devastating hurricanes that made landfall from Dominica to Puerto Rico, on February 19-23, U.S. exchange alumni representing 18 countries from the Caribbean and the United States participated in the Alumni in Action for Resilient Communities:  Emergency Response and Disaster Preparedness Seminar.  U.S. State Department alumni radio personality and human rights ...
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United States Engagement in the Caribbean

The Department of State submitted a multi-year Caribbean strategy to Congress on June 19 that establishes a framework for enhancing the security and prosperity of the Caribbean through strengthened relations with the governments of the Caribbean, the Caribbean diaspora, the private sector, and civil society.  Congress mandated this strategy through the United States-Caribbean Strategic Engagement ...
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