#SecKerry had the honor of being one of the first to sign the guest book at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta, #Indonesia after President Joko Widodo’s inauguration.

#SecKerry had the honor of being one of the first to sign the guest book at the Presidential Palace in Jakarta, #Indonesia after President Joko Widodo’s inauguration.

Today I call on all concerned citizens around the world to demand the resolve that is necessary from your leaders. Speak out. Make climate change an issue that no public official can ignore for another day.
Secretary Kerry on climate change, February 16, 2014
Secretary Kerry takes a selfie with Indonesian students attending his climate change speech in Jakarta, Indonesia today. In his speech, he asked citizens around the world to speak out and #ActOnClimate.

Secretary Kerry takes a selfie with Indonesian students attending his climate change speech in Jakarta, Indonesia today. In his speech, he asked citizens around the world to speak out and #ActOnClimate.

8 of the 10 hottest years on record have all happened within the last 10 years.
Secretary Kerry on climate change, February 16, 2014

Secretary Kerry is in Indonesia today to discuss climate change, security, democracy, regional integration, and human rights. Check out his video message to the Indonesia people here and you can watch Secretary Kerry’s remarks live on www.livestream.com/at_america and www.ustream.tv/channel/atamerica Sunday, February 16 at 4:00 a.m. EST.

Read more about his trip to Asia here.

Today Secretary Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov signed the Nuclear Risk Reduction Centers (NRRCs) Agreement in Bali, Indonesia. You can read their remarks here.

Today Secretary Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov signed the Nuclear Risk Reduction Centers (NRRCs) Agreement in Bali, Indonesia. You can read their remarks here.

The Asia-Pacific region, which we are all a part of, is by far the largest, the fastest-growing, and the most dynamic economic region in the world.
Secretary Kerry at APEC, October 7, 2013
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry discusses the recent U.S.-led operations against terrorists in Somalia and Libya and the importance of sustainable fishing practices and protecting the oceans during his visit to Benoa Port, Bali, Indonesia, October 6, 2013. A text transcript of the Secretary’s remarks can be found here.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry discusses the recent U.S.-led operations against terrorists in Somalia and Libya and the importance of sustainable fishing practices and protecting the oceans during his visit to Benoa Port, Bali, Indonesia, October 6, 2013. A text transcript of the Secretary’s remarks can be found here.

Sixty million Indonesians depend on the ocean and fishing resources for their livelihood. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry listens as Aditya Utama, director of the non-governmental organization Fishing and Living, and Sharif Cicip Sutardjo, Indonesian Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, provide a briefing on a sustainable tuna fishing operation supported by USAID in Bali, Indonesia, October 6, 2013. Learn more.

Sixty million Indonesians depend on the ocean and fishing resources for their livelihood. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry listens as Aditya Utama, director of the non-governmental organization Fishing and Living, and Sharif Cicip Sutardjo, Indonesian Minister of Marine Affairs and Fisheries, provide a briefing on a sustainable tuna fishing operation supported by USAID in Bali, Indonesia, October 6, 2013. Learn more.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and U.S. Trade Representative Ambassador Michael Froman speak with reporters during a news conference after the APEC Ministerial meetings in Bali, Indonesia, on October 5, 2013. Read the transcript of their remarks here. [State Department photo/ Public Domain]