Global Impact Blog
Carlson, the company that owns Radisson and hotels around the world, is in the perfect place to do something about human trafficking. From training its employees to spot trafficking at its hotels, to the partnerships it forms with nonprofits and other businesses, the company takes human trafficking seriously. We asked Marilyn Carlson Nelson, former Chairman […]
Yesterday the Administration announced its Fiscal Year 2015 Budget proposal, launching this season’s spending battles. The Administration’s overall budget request is a solid statement of support for America’s global engagement.
On Tuesday the President will unveil the Administration’s FY15 budget and begin yet another round of negotiations with Congress on funding priorities.
Important gains in economic growth, education, and women’s equality, among other areas and development and diplomacy have been critical in sustaining progress and preventing future conflict in Afghanistan.
As we celebrate the birthday of George Washington and the achievements of all our presidents today, let’s take a look at five presidents who made significant contributions to America’s leadership in the world by creating some of the innovative agencies making a difference at home and abroad.
Extending a helping hand in a time of need not only saves lives, but it ensures that our trading partnerships remain strong, as evident by our relationship with the Philippines.
The 2014 Sochi Olympic Games are officially underway, drawing a crowd of zealous supporters who are cheering for their country’s’ athletes, all in the name of the unifying Olympic spirit.
OPIC operates in some of the poorest and least developed parts of the world, not only because it is the right thing to do, but because these areas also “offer such promise for a strong return on investment,” aka, the smart thing to do.
The President didn’t announce any new initiatives in his speech last night, but he did address democracy building, public-private partnerships, and extreme poverty. We’ve compiled his greatest hits from the evening.
A general, a senator, and a diplomat walked into a hotel. All of them agreed that the secret to Virginia’s success is being a player in the global economy, and that it’s important for the U.S. to be engaged in the world.