FOCUS ON FOREIGN SERVICE AUTHORS
Unique experiences are the stuff of Foreign Service life—and compelling literature. One former FSO describes his journey to becoming a writer.
BY PETER KUJAWINSKI
There’s no more everyday boredom, but don’t expect writing to be easier than your old job.
BY CHARLES RAY
We are pleased to present this year’s roundup of books by Foreign Service members and their families.
Here are recent books of interest to the foreign affairs community that were not written by members of the Foreign Service.
Although economists and practitioners have questioned the theory behind foreign assistance to underdeveloped countries for more than four decades, the aid industry is bigger and stronger than ever today.
BY THOMAS DICHTER
Serving in Hardship Posts
BY BARBARA STEPHENSON
BY MICHAEL PELLETIER
An Ambassador Returns to China
BY BEA CAMP
Supporting U.S. Policy Objectives
BY MARY DALY
Doing Your Part: The Post Rep’s Role
BY KENNETH KERO-MENTZ