The U.S. Foreign Service is at the forefront of crafting policy and carrying out economic diplomacy to advance the strategic and security interests of the United States.
New appreciation for the centrality of economics in foreign policy makes it an ideal time to throw light on the making of an economic officer.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has made commercial diplomacy a foreign policy priority. Here’s how to get it right.
This selection of first-person accounts showcases the work members of the Foreign Service do around the world every day to promote U.S. business.
Exchange programs are a two-way street when it comes to commerce and industry.
Economic Diplomacy Works
Improving the Economic Career Track
The Way We Were: State and the New Commercial Service
Where Does the Econ Track Lead?
Showing the New Congress that Economic Diplomacy Works