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ExecutiveGov Expands Coverage Abroad to Foreign Relations

ExecutiveGov logoExecutiveGov, published by Executive Mosaic, is the leading source for news and views from the perspective of public sector executives and other key government decision makers that facilitate the public-private partnerships in the U.S.

That coverage has expanded in recent months to include the top stories and significant developments regarding international relations with a focus on the leaders responsible for representing the U.S. to allies and adversaries alike.

Defense and national security is one area of collaboration between the U.S. and partner countries and ExecutiveGov recently highlighted a Defense Department report on the alliance between the U.S. and South Korea.

Report authors detailed how that partnership is key to deterring North Korea’s threats and other aggressive behavior and also examined that country’s violations of United Nations Security Council resolutions against its nuclear tests.

Nearly two weeks after the Pentagon released that report, North Korea launched four missiles off its eastern coast that prompted U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to call on the North to stop the launches.

South Korea responded to the tests by pulling all of its workers from the industrial zone.

North Korea will be one of several topics of discussion when President Barack Obama and Chinese leader Xi Jinping meet next month in California, with cybersecurity also a part of the agenda.

National Security Adviser Tom Donilon met with Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang during the former’s visit to China over Memorial Day weekend.

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