FOCUS ON NOTES TO THE NEW ADMINISTRATION
Risk aversion is undermining diplomats’ ability to do their jobs. It’s an urgent problem, says an experienced panel that is proposing a solution.
How to “get out of our own way” and secure a seat at the foreign policy table.
Eight steps to rebuild U.S. credibility as a world leader and a society worthy of emulation.
Members of the U.S. Foreign Service brief the Biden team, briefly.
Through baseball diplomacy the youth of Romania and Uganda learned important lessons.
Although John M. Francis and son Charles are not well known, they share an important distinction: Both served as ambassadors—in the same countries.
The Foreign Service Suggestion Box
Diplomacy and Arms Reduction: A Personal Story
AFSA Needs a Second Full-Time Labor Management Position at State
A Clash of Bureaucracies: Looking Back to Look Ahead
FS Grievance Board Appointments: Mike Pompeo’s Dereliction of Duty
Data-Driven Decisions in Foreign Policy
AFSA Advocacy: Year in Review