State’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security is uniquely equipped to tackle transnational crime. Here’s one example of a recent success.
BY KALA BOKELMAN
FOCUS ON CYBER DIPLOMACY
The rise of the internet and cyber technologies constitutes one of the central foreign policy issues of the 21st century.
BY CHRIS PAINTER
An FSO and former ambassador discusses her work as a political adviser to U.S. Cyber Command.
BY GINA ABERCROMBIE-WINSTANLEY
Selected excerpts from FSJ coverage of information and communications technology over the years.
For members of the U.S. Foreign Service, “home” is a complex concept, and buying a house can seem daunting.
BY DONNA SCARAMASTRA GORMAN
This pioneering diplomat foreshadowed the critical role of human rights in U.S. foreign policy.
BY CHRISTOPHER TEAL
Changes in student demographics and school admissions procedures point to a new approach to college applications.
BY HANNAH M. MORRIS AND LAUREN M. STEED
Given the changing world economy, the vocational-technical path can make a lot of sense.
BY MARYBETH HUNTER
Rebuilding America’s Diplomatic Capability
BY BARBARA STEPHENSON
Two Ears, One Mouth, Two Hands: Diplomacy 101
BY JASON CRISS HOWK
An Interview with My Son
BY JESSICA POWLEY HAYDEN
A British Baptism in a Russian Church, in 1968
BY JONATHAN B. RICKERT
On Foreign Service Day, members of the Foreign Service joined AFSA in observing a moment of silence at almost 50 posts.
A Fresh Start
BY KENNETH KERO-MENTZ