COVER STORY: LIVING WITH AIR POLLUTION
Many Foreign Service families spend a significant portion of their lives assigned to cities with unsafe air. What are the effects, and what can be done about it?
BY NICOLE SCHAEFER-MCDANIEL
Pollution can lead to serious health issues, and dealing with that can be a bureaucratic nightmare.
BY DEBORAH LYNN
FOCUS ON THE U.S. ELECTION THROUGH A FOREIGN LENS
The contest between two colorful personalities has drawn unprecedented attention and some concern here, but there is little fear of changes in the bilateral agenda.
BY CARLOS LINS DA SILVA
Donald Trump might be uniquely American in his demeanor and rhetoric, but to Austrians the factors behind his startling success are not.
BY VERENA GLEITSMANN
The old formula for evaluating the U.S. presidential contest has given way to complexities.
BY RUCHIR JOSHI
Though it is not the first U.S. election that has really mattered to Mexico, there may be more at stake this time than ever before.
BY XENIA V. WILKINSON
The late Muhammad Ali was a diplomat extraordinaire, as this firsthand account of a mission to Africa attests.
BY LANNON WALKER
The problem of undocumented U.S. kids in Mexico is a facet of the immigration tangle that is putting pressure on both sides of the border.
BY AMELIA SHAW
Forging Strategic Partnerships
BY BARBARA STEPHENSON
Safeguarding a Nonpartisan Foreign Service
BY MATTHEW V. TOMPKINS
Halloween at a Polish Cemetery
BY KELLY B. MIDURA
The Human Touch
BY ANGIE BRYAN