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  • Kerry on U.S. Foreign Policy(State Dept.)

    Kerry on U.S. Foreign Policy

    Secretary of State John Kerry discusses U.S. foreign policy and diplomacy in his first public address at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.

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  • President Obama’s State of the Union Address

    President Obama’s State of the Union Address

    Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, fellow citizens: Fifty-one years ago, John F. Kennedy declared to this Chamber that “the Constitution makes us not rivals for power but partners for progress…

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    Scholarship Announcements

    The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar is now accepting applications for 2014 -2015 Fulbright Student Fellowship Program and Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program.

  • From left: Blake Pritchett, Foreign Affairs Officer, Office of Export Control Cooperation, Elizabeth Rood, Director, Office of Export Control Cooperation, Ts. Tsolmon, Member of Parliament, David Wyche, Economic and Commercial Section Chief, U.S. Embassy

    Office of Export Control Cooperation Director Visits Mongolia

    Director of the U.S. State Department’s Office of Export Control Cooperation Elizabeth Rood, and Foreign Relations Officer of the Office of Export Control Cooperation Blake Pritchett visited Mongolia on January 28-29, 2013.

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  • Obama says Kerry (right) has played a central role in every major U.S. foreign policy debate for nearly 30 years.

    Senator Kerry Nominated for Secretary of State

    December 22 - President Obama said, "In an extraordinarily distinguished Senate career - and as chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee - John has played a central role in every major foreign policy debate for nearly 30 years."

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  • Ambassador Piper Campbell’s Address on Coal Mongolia (February 21, 2013)

    I have the luxury of speaking after esteemed diplomatic colleagues and the Vice Minister for Economic Development, and can begin by agreeing with much of what already has been said. I wanted to avoid repetition, and so thought I would take a somewhat different approach in my remarks, noting as well that I had ample time for introspection during a very useful trip I just completed to Umnugobi Aimag, during which I saw many of the sites we are discussing today. 

  • eJournal USA:Pop Culture Versus Real America English Learning Edition (PDF 14.77 MB)
    eJournal USA:Pop Culture Versus Real America English Learning Edition (PDF 14.77 MB)

    This edition of Pop Culture Versus Real America is intended for the sixth- to seventh-grade-level students of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) or English as a Second Language (ESL). It was adapted from the original publication Pop Culture Versus Real America (2010).  

  • Black History Month
    Black History Month

    Each February, Black History Month honors the struggles and triumphs of millions of American citizens over the most devastating obstacles — slavery, prejudice, poverty — as well as their contributions to the nation’s cultural and political life.  

  • Statement by Secretary Kerry on 2013 Lunar New Year (February 6, 2013)

    On behalf of the American people, I am delighted to send my heartfelt wishes for good health, good fortune, happiness, and prosperity to all those around the world celebrating the arrival of the Lunar New Year this February 10. 

  • Inauguration Day 2013
    Special Feature: Inauguration Day 2013

    Every four years, Washington is crowded with visitors eager to personally witness the peaceful transfer of executive power that is a hallmark of American democracy.  

  • 2013 Mongolia Investment Climate Statement released (PDF 1.23 MB)

    The 2013 Mongolia Investment Climate Statement helps identify aspects of Mongolia’s investment regime that can affect U.S. investment into Mongolia; provides U.S. investors with the information they need to better assess business risks; and serves as a basis for engaging the Mongolian government on optimizing its investment. Please visit or click here to view or download the document.  

  • Year in Review: 2012 Highlights

    The year 2012 was a great year for the United States and Mongolia, as we celebrated the 25th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations. The United States and Mongolia share many common values, and there are many programs and projects that the U.S. Embassy works closely with Mongolian partners to implement in areas such as defense, civil society, empowerment of women and youth, and fostering a greater inclusion of people with disabilities.