In this video, a U.S. Coast Guard Commander describes his experience with language in Antigua and Barbuda.
Native speakers of critical languages are in high demand in the U.S. government. The English for Heritage Language Speakers program is a recruiting and training pipeline for specialized talent in the U.S.
In this video, a Japanese national discusses addressing superiors in Japan.
A service member discusses engaging with the culture and language in Japan.
Founded in 1984, the United States Institute of Peace is funded by Congress and governed by a bipartisan Board of Directors.
Learn more about the competing nations of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Thailand, Jamaica, Nigeria, and Japan through a Virtual Culture Awareness Trainer (VCAT).
Japanese and U.S. armed forces gathered for a joint combatives exchange to learn more about each other's strategies, techniques, and culture.
Read about Yuko Sano, a medical translator at Camp Zama in Japan.
What makes companies succeed and fail in Asian countries? This article looks at numerology and its importance in both Asian cultures and markets.
The Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center in Monterey, California, traces its roots to the secret World War II U.S. Army intelligence unit comprised of Japanese-Americans – the Military Intelligence Service (MIS).