The offices of the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs direct, coordinate, and supervise U.S. government activities within the region, including political, economic, consular, public diplomacy, and administrative management issues.
Organizational chart of the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs
Office of Iranian Affairs – Develops, coordinates, recommends, and executes U.S. policy on Iran
Office of Regional and Multilateral Affairs – Responsible for regional political and economic issues, including political-military affairs, multilateral organizations, labor and social affairs, counternarcotics, environment, refugees, counterterrorism, and human rights
Office of Egyptian Affairs – Responsible for U.S. relations with Egypt
Office of Middle East Partnership Initiative – Responsible for programming in support of reform throughout the region, with special emphasis on empowering women and youth, education, strengthening economies, and broadening political participation
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