BEYOND THE REDESIGN: CAN STATE DELIVER?
Reform efforts at State are perennial. Several critical institutional issues have been studied again and again for decades to scant effect. Why is change so difficult?
BY HARRY KOPP
Today State has a unique opportunity to reassert leadership of foreign policy by focusing on delivering the outcomes promised by strategies that are now aligned across the department.
BY MATT BOLAND
Efficient and secure information technology processes and platforms are the primary requirements for State’s operational modernization. Here is a candid look at the challenges and suggestions for a way forward.
BY JAY ANANIA
Career public servants at all levels and specialties make diplomacy work. How do we find them, keep them, grow them?
BY BARBARA BODINE
Selections from the FSJ Archive
MESSAGE FROM THE HILL
BY REPRESENTATIVE JOAQUIN CASTRO
Early childhood experiences and a commitment to environmental stewardship served this diplomat well throughout his career.
BY TOM ARMBRUSTER
Covering the Bases
BY BARBARA STEPHENSON
Diversity: Not Just a Cause for the Underrepresented
BY JAY PORTER
Being There: Camp David, 1978
BY FRANK FINVER
Response: The Demise of MED’s Child and Family Program
BY JAMES BRUSH
Don’t Be a Heather
BY KENNETH KERO-MENTZ
The Power of High Expectations
BY JULIE NUTTER
Congressional Funding: The Long Game
BY KIM GREENPLATE