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.
Reestablishing interreligious and interethnic trust, tolerance and coexistence among Serb, Croat and Bosniak proved a daunting task.
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.
Boarding schools have responded seamlessly to continue delivering quality education during the pandemic.
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.
With online learning now a prevalent alternative, many students are finding a different path toward their degree. Is it right for you?
Foreign Service Proud: Very, Very Proud
Food & Fun, or Debt & Despair? The Commissary Crisis and the Future of Employee Associations
An Unexpected Foray into Albania