FOCUS ON SUBNATIONAL DIPLOMACY
The FSJ Editorial Board offers thoughts to kick off an important policy discussion.
Engaging state and local actors in international diplomacy will help the State Department address the national security challenges of the 21st century.
Pittsburgh’s former mayor describes the city’s transition from its heavy industrial past to a sustainable future.
Des Moines’ mayor connects the dots between work at the local level in America and effective global climate leadership.
A former FSO, now a Democratic state committee member for the Bronx, explains how partnerships between local and federal government can help rebuild trust in U.S. foreign policy priorities.
The deputy mayor of Los Angeles argues that breaking down the silos between foreign and domestic policy will make international affairs more relevant for middle-class Americans.
Today’s Havana syndrome is “like déjà vu all over again,” as Yogi Berra might have put it.
A project to unearth the lives and legacies of the earliest diplomats is awakening a shared understanding of the U.S. Foreign Service and its history.
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