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J O U R N A L
OREIGN ERVICE
S F
P
RESIDENT
S
V
IEWS
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5
Moving Forward Together
By Susan R. Johnson
S
PEAKING
O
UT
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15
Needed: A Professional
Specialization in International
Organization Affairs
By Edward Marks
R
EFLECTIONS
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76
The Greater Honor
By Victoria Hirschland Hess
L
ETTERS
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6
C
YBERNOTES
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10
M
ARKETPLACE
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12
I
NDEX TO
A
DVERTISERS
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Cover illustration by Marian Smith.
This oil painting, “To Remember,”
was among her entries to AFSA’s
2011 Art Merit Award competition.
J U LY - A U G U S T 2 0 1 1 / F O R E I G N S E R V I C E J O U R N A L
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C
ONTENTS
July-August 2011 Volume 88, No.7-8
F
O C U S O N
D i s s e n t
W
HAT
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F
I D
ISAGREE
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Our nation has benefited greatly from the institutionalization
of dissent in the culture of the Foreign Service.
By Thomas D. Boyatt
D
ISSENT IN THE
K
ISSINGER
E
RA
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21
State’s Dissent Channel is a unique government institution.
Here is a look at its origins and early history.
By Hannah Gurman
S
AVIOR
D
IPLOMATS
: F
INALLY
R
ECEIVING
T
HEIR
D
UE
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30
Seven decades later, the examples of these 60 courageous public servants
still offer lessons for members of today’s Foreign Service.
By Michael M. Uyehara
F
E A T U R E S
A C
ONSUMMATE
N
EGOTIATOR
: R
OZANNE
L. R
IDGWAY
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56
Last month AFSA recognized Ambassador Ridgway’s many contributions
to American diplomacy and her lifetime of public service.
By Steven Alan Honley
T
AKING
D
IPLOMATIC
P
ROFESSIONAL
E
DUCATION
S
ERIOUSLY
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A new American Academy of Diplomacy study makes a compelling case
for establishing a systematic training regimen at State.
By Robert M. Beecroft
T
HE
K
INGS AND
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70
An FSO explains why consorting with heads of state
isn’t everything it’s cracked up to be.
By Henry Precht
As we went to press, we learned of the death of former
Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger on June 4.
His obituary will appear in the September issue of the
Journal
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