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  • Ambassador David Adelman

    Video: Remember to Vote -- A Message from Ambassador David Adelman to U.S. Citizens in Singapore.

  • Ambassador David Adelman

    July 4, 2012. 236th Anniversary of the Independence of the United States of America: Remarks by Ambassador David Adelman

  • Singapore Minister Shanmugam and US AG Eric Holder G2G Signing of Agreement

    July 19 2012. Remarks by Eric H Holder Jr., Attorney-General of the United States of America at the Singapore Academy of Law

  • Counselor for Public Affairs, Eric Watnik (L)and ingapore Minister of State for Trade & Industry and the Ministry of National Development, Mr. Lee Yi Shyan (R)

    June 21, 2012. Eric Watnik, Public Affairs Counselor receives a token of appreciation for the donation of Kindles from Mr. Lee Yi Shyan, Singapore Minister of State for Trade & Industry at the Launch of eDevices at the National Library Board.

News from the Embassy

  • To accomplish the broader objectives of rebalancing the global economy and reducing instability, Clinton cited four goals to advance economic progress.
    Clinton Promotes Open, Free, Fair Economic System at APEC Forum

    Sep.8: Secretary of State Clinton tells Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum leaders that the United States seeks with others to build a stable and just regio... 

  • Clinton and Yang welcomed increasing U.S.-China ties and said both countries will benefit from further bilateral cooperation.
    Clinton Says U.S.-China Dialogue Gaining Strength, Resilience

    Sep 5: Speaking in Beijing, Secretary Clinton says the United States welcomes “the rise of a strong, prosperous and peaceful China” and wants China’s economic success to continue providing opportunities for the Chinese people, and in turn have a positive impact on the global economy. It also believes China’s greater role in world affairs will strengthen global stability and help to solve urgent challenges. 

  • Secretary Clinton speaks with Indonesian Foreign Minister Natalegawa. While in Jakarta, Clinton announced new educational programs to benefit Indonesian students and teachers.
    Clinton Praises Southeast Asian Initiative for Dispute Resolution

    Sep.4: A comprehensive code of conduct among members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations will establish rules and clear procedures for peacefully addressing regional disagreements, such as the South China Sea disputes, and can serve as a mechanism to resolve future conflicts, Secretary Clinton says. 

  • USTR Kirk says enhancing trade with the Asia-Pacific region is a priority of President Obama's administration.
    USTR Kirk Visits Vietnam, Cambodia to Strengthen U.S.-Asia Trade

    Sep.4: U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Ron Kirk concluded meetings with Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Van Ninh and other senior officials in Hanoi that covered the U.S.-Vietnam economic relationship as well as regional trade and investment ties. 

  • Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
    Clinton Pledges Security, Economic Growth at Pacific Forum

    Sep 1: Secretary of State Clinton pledges a renewed U.S. commitment to the Pacific region and to long-standing partnerships with the peoples of Pacific island nations during her first visit to Rarotonga, Cook Islands. She also announces a new contribution of more than $32 million for programs throughout the region ... 

  • This graphic by the website 270towin.com shows the swing states as of July 10 in yellow, with states likely to support Romney in red and Obama in blue.
    eJournal USA: Youth Votes! The 2012 U.S. Elections

    Young U.S. voters affirm American values but are different and have different attitudes than previous generations. 

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    U.S. Embassy- donated ebooks

    The U.S. Embassy, National Library Board (NLB), and LASALLE College of the Arts are continuing our strong partnership with a new ebook initiative. NLB members can check out the first Embassy-donated ebooks. Keep checking back for more titles to be added soon along with ereaders available for checkout at the libraries. 

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    U.S. Embassy- donated ebooks The U.S. Embassy, National Library Board (NLB), and LASALLE College of the Arts are continuing our strong partnership with a new ebook initiative. NLB members can check out the first Embassy-donated ebooks. Keep checking back for more titles to be added soon along with ereaders available for checkout at the libraries.
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    IRC Outreach Publication