FOCUS ON THE JOURNAL’S CENTENNIAL YEAR
The Foreign Service Journal’s first hundred years is a lively story of the development of an engaging and authoritative professional magazine, by and for the practitioners of American diplomacy.
As the Cold War lurched to an end and the Foreign Service Act of 1980 came into force, new challenges emerged and the Journal’s profile got a refreshing boost.
Steering a dynamic and adventurous professional magazine involves challenges as well as accomplishments.
Excerpts from Journal articles over the years highlight the publication’s rich legacy.
MESSAGE FROM THE HILL
Office Management Specialists multitask perpetually, with masses of detail and constant interruption. A healthy dose of humor keeps inevitable mishaps and all the rest in perspective.
Pulling America’s Diplomats from the Field
Respect, Trust and Partnership: Keeping Diplomacy on Course in Troubling Times
Those Unlikely Foreign Service Friendships
The Ongoing Battle of the Budget