Selected Resources

  • InformationUSA – a resource for people around the world who seek information about United States history, culture, economy, educational systems, political processes and more.
  • State Department’s Share America engages international audiences on issues of foreign policy, society and values to help create an environment receptive to U.S. national interests.
    • Texts & Transcripts gives you access to latest official statements, analysis, and announcements.
    • RSS Feeds enable you to subscribe to receive stories automatically delivered to your desktop.
  • 2012 Key Policy Fact Sheets
  • Other primary sources of information about U.S. Foreign Policy – the main page of the U.S. Department of State
  • Kids (PDF 69 KB)
  • In addition to the portal sites mentioned above, virtually every U.S. government agency that is involved in international affairs has its own website – a list of these agencies, with links to their websites, can be found at FirstGov, the U.S. Government’s Official Web Portal. U.S. Embassies and Consulates around the world generally maintain websites of their own: a list of them can be found at