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A former ambassador to Moldova offers his perspective on the underlying issues of culture, language, ethnicity and history driving the current conflict.
Payne Fellows and alums have created a dynamic new employee resource group that is working to boost recruitment and retention of diverse FSOs.
The Foreign Agricultural Service has launched a pathbreaking initiative to bring diversity to its ranks.
The evaluation and promotion process contains potential pitfalls for disabled members of the Foreign Service, the first blind FSO at State attests.
A gay FSO working in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion discusses what the initiative means for the LGBTQI+ community.
Established in 1942, the OWI popularized a global vision for the war effort—underscoring the importance of public diplomacy for U.S. national security today.
Globally minded students may find going abroad for a university degree an attractive alternative to the U.S. These FAQs are intended to help guide that decision.
Here are tips and suggestions for FS parents whose children will enter U.S. public school following a move back to the States.
Proving “domicile” for in-state college tuition can be challenging for many FS families. Here’s more on the concept—and the new federal law that will help your case.
The Time for Diplomacy Is Now
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Response to April Speaking Out, “No One Was Listening, 1992”
Ongoing Issues at State
When Is a Presidential Priority Not a Priority?
FY22 AFSA Appropriations Outcomes