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Congresswoman Maxine Waters

Representing the 43rd District of California

Foreign Affairs

The global community is increasingly connected through advances in communications and travel.  We have important economic, diplomatic, cultural, humanitarian and military links with other nations.  Decisions made and actions taken by the U.S. affect the lives of people throughout the world, and what happens elsewhere often affects us.

 

The international community – made up of individuals, organizations and corporations as well as governments – has the capacity to cooperate and work together on issues such as human rights, HIV/AIDS and other pandemics, the environment, financial stability, security and other important areas.

 

More on Foreign Affairs

July 30, 2009 Press Release
Congresswoman Waters Condemns Human Rights Violations in China
July 30, 2009 Press Release
Congresswoman Waters Urges China to Cease All Arms Shipments to Zimbabwe
July 30, 2009 Press Release
Our moral obligation to address refugees’ plight
July 30, 2009 Press Release
Congresswoman Waters expresses concern about food crisis and Debt burden affecting Poor Nations Criticizes Policies of World Bank as Harmful
July 30, 2009 Press Release
Financial Services Committee Passes Congresswoman Waters' Amendments to Assist Impoverished Nations
July 30, 2009 Press Release
Congresswoman Waters Helps Launch World Bank Caucus
July 30, 2009 Press Release
Congresswoman Waters Introduces Bill to Protect Poor Countries from Vulture Funds
July 30, 2009 Press Release
Congresswoman Maxine Waters Mourns the Death of Miriam Makeba, South African Singer and Activist
July 30, 2009 Press Release
Congresswoman Waters Urges the African Union to Denounce the Failed Government of President Mugabe of Zimbabwe
July 30, 2009 Press Release
Congresswoman Maxine Waters Expresses Concern about People of Darfur, Announces She Will Fast to Show Solidarity

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