FOCUS ON AFSA AWARDS: HONORING EXCELLENCE AND CONSTRUCTIVE DISSENT
Ambassador Edward J. Perkins is the 2020 Recipient of the Award for Lifetime Contributions to American Diplomacy.
A retired FSO and veteran of the Balkan crisis offers a clear-eyed assessment of Bosnia and Herzegovina a quarter-century after Dayton.
BY DANIEL SERWER
Reestablishing interreligious and interethnic trust, tolerance and coexistence among Serb, Croat and Bosniak proved a daunting task.
BY ROBERT M. BEECROFT
Through six decades and two major foreign policy crucibles—Vietnam and the Balkans—Tony Lake showed a steady commitment to public service, as well as a belief in speaking truth to power.
BY RENNIE A. SILVA
Boarding schools have responded seamlessly to continue delivering quality education during the pandemic.
BY DAVID H. CHARLTON AND RANDAL E. BROWN
One FS parent of a college student candidly recalls the initial days of COVID-19 and shares her experience and that of other families navigating today’s unprecedented circumstances.
BY DONNA SCARAMASTRA GORMAN
With online learning now a prevalent alternative, many students are finding a different path toward their degree. Is it right for you?
BY FRANCESCA HUEMER KELLY
Foreign Service Proud: Very, Very Proud
BY ERIC RUBIN
BY SHAWN DORMAN
Food & Fun, or Debt & Despair? The Commissary Crisis and the Future of Employee Associations
BY LLYWELYN GRAEME
An Unexpected Foray into Albania
BY DOLORES BROWN AND MARIA SILVER
2020: How Are We Doing?
BY TOM YAZDGERDI