FOCUS ON GREAT POWER COMPETITION TODAY
Fresh thinking and new approaches are needed on diplomacy’s newest frontier.
BY EMILY O. GOLDMAN
Why a firm stand against Beijing’s intimidation and coercion of Taiwan is both timely and important right now.
BY ROBERT S. WANG
U.S. expectations may have been unrealistic, but there is much to remember and learn from our previous dealings with Beijing.
BY ROBERT GRIFFITHS
The trans-Atlantic agenda goes beyond undoing Trump. Here is a sober look at the issues from a veteran diplomat.
BY ROBERT E. HUNTER
In this thought piece, two Senior FSOs offer contrasting takes on the phrase widely used to frame foreign policy today.
BY ALEXIS LUDWIG AND KELLY KEIDERLING
The success or failure of any development program depends on a thorough grasp of the context in which it is being implemented.
BY THOMAS DICHTER
FS children face unique challenges in the best of times. How are they faring during the pandemic?
BY REBECCA GRAPPO
The Family Liaison Office talks with the Office of Child and Family Programs.
BY CHARLOTTE LARSEN
Let’s Get It Right This Time
BY ERIC RUBIN
Finding the Power Paradigm for Today
BY SHAWN DORMAN
The Case Against Political Ambassadors
BY EDWARD L. PECK
The Mouse That Roared
BY JONATHAN B. RICKERT
Telework: Productive and Family Friendly
BY TOM YAZDGERDI
Words of Thanks
BY JASON SINGER
Seizing the Moment: Expand the U.S. Foreign Service
BY KIM GREENPLATE