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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee
News and updates from the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman, Sen. Jim Risch, R-Idaho.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 27
One year ago today, the bipartisan was signed into law. Now, as the continues to implement its "national security law" in , the U.S. must continue to support the people of HK in their pursuit of freedom, democracy, & prosperity.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 24
As Loujain al-Hathloul faces trial this week in Saudi Arabia, the United States reaffirms its support of and encourages the immediate & unconditional release of Loujain and others unjustly detained.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 21
25 yrs ago today, the brought peace to . On this anniversary, the U.S. reaffirms its support for BiH as it continues to implement the reforms necessary to further its integration & deliver prosperity & security to its people.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 21
Today marks the third anniversary of the wrongful detention of the , six innocent Americans held by Nicolas Maduro in . Maduro should release these men immediately and allow them to return to their loved ones in the United States.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 20
Reports of Egyptian security forces arresting three employees this week are disturbing. Everyone should be able to exercise their safely and without fear of arbitrary arrest. should release them immediately.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 19
Thanks again to all who joined my virtual event yesterday marking the release of my new report on transatlantic cooperation on . For those that missed my conversation w/, & , you can watch the full event here:
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 18
Great news today that the 11th outbreak in is over. Congratulations to the Congolese, , & all of the international partners who contributed to this effort to end Ebola in Equateur Province.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 18
Thanks, . It was great to talk with you today, and I hope to continue this important discussion in the weeks and months ahead.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 18
Thanks again for joining me today, . I look forward to our continued partnership on this important issue.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 18
It was great to chat w/ , & about how the U.S. and Europe can & must work together to face the challenges that China poses. It is my hope that today's discussion is just the starting point for further collaboration.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 18
HAPPENING NOW: I am discussing my new report on transatlantic cooperation on with & . Tune in here:
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 18
Today at 11am, I will be convening a virtual event with & to discuss the report and how we can advance U.S.-European collaboration on the challenges China poses. You can still RSVP here:
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 18
I recently spoke with about my new SFRC report on transatlantic cooperation on . In order to keep the world order that we have today, based on democracy & the rule of law, the U.S. & Europe must work together.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 17
It’s not too late to RSVP for my virtual event tomorrow at 11am EST, where I will be discussing my new report outlining a concrete agenda for cooperation on with & . Learn more & RSVP here:
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 14
To all those celebrating this week, I wish you and your family a joyful and blessed Festival of Lights!
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 13
I send my condolences to the Bahraini Royal Family and the people of the Kingdom of following the death of His Royal Highness, Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa of Bahrain.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 12
The risk of the conflict in descending into civil war is a real, present & immediate danger. The US & int’l community must continue direct engagement to ensure all sides commit to an immediate ceasefire & pursue a peaceful res. through dialogue.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 12
My thoughts & prayers are with the families & loved ones of the 7 members of the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO), including 5 Americans, who lost their lives in a helicopter crash in Egypt. I also appreciate Israel's assistance in medically evacuating a U.S. MFO member.
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 12
Next Wed., Nov 18 at 11am EST, I will be unveiling a new SFRC majority report outlining a concrete agenda for transatlantic cooperation on during a virtual event with & . Click here to learn more & RSVP:
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U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee Nov 12
It’s great to see Gaby Curtiz sharing knowledge from her time as the first female safari guide at ’s with and . She is an inspiration for future generations in both Mozambique and Idaho.
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