FOCUS ON HOW DIPLOMACY WORKS
How do diplomatic services around the world ensure their governments have a steady supply of the most effective professional envoys?
BY ROBERT HUTCHINGS AND JEREMI SURI
U.S. diplomacy is vital to American prosperity and national security and to maintaining a peaceful world. Here are some examples of the critical work diplomats do.
Though much has changed at FSI in its 70 years of operation, its core mission remains to serve those who serve America around the world.
BY STEVEN ALAN HONLEY
Raising children in more than one language is seldom straightforward and can leave parents second-guessing their approach. Here is a look at the challenges and how to meet them.
BY NICOLE SCHAEFER-MCDANIEL AND JENNIFER KIRK DINOIA
Like it or not, evacuations have become a fact of Foreign Service life. Here are some tips to ensure your child’s education is not compromised by a sudden departure from post.
BY MARYBETH HUNTER, CECILE MINES AND COURTNEY COLBERT
Time to Ask Why
BY BARBARA STEPHENSON
Diplomacy Needs Diplomats
BY SHAWN DORMAN
Religious Diversity Benefits the State Department
BY PHIL SKOTTE
A Time for Kindness
BY KENNETH KERO-MENTZ
BY JULIE NUTTER