The Foreign Service Journal, March 2020

THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL | MARCH 2020 5 45 Energy Diplomacy Works: How Power Africa Redefines Development Partnerships An ambitious USAID initiative to bring the U.S. government’s resources to bear in Africa is producing results, offering a new model for development assistance. By An d rew M . He r s c ow i t z 50 Superpowered Public Diplomacy Updating the PD toolbox with popular arts. By P re e t i Sh a h March 2020 Volume 97, No. 2 FOREIGN SERVICE 22 Reflections on Russia, Ukraine and the U.S. in the Post-Soviet World The struggle between Russia and Ukraine, in which the United States has been involved for three decades, reflects the challenges of the continuing post-Soviet transformation. By J o h n F. Te f f t 35 The World Through Moscow’s Eyes: A Classic Russian Perspective To fathom the Ukraine dispute, a Russian scholar and head of the Carnegie Moscow Center shares what he thinks U.S. diplomats need to know about Russia. By Dm i t r i Tre n i n Features Focus on Dealing with Russia and Ukraine 39 When Lightning Struck Twice: Drawing Down Mission Russia Moscow assignments were never easy, but the dramatic ordered reductions of diplomatic staff in 2017 and 2018 were distinctly difficult. By M i c h a e l A . L a l l y 42 Soviet Union, Russia and Ukraine— From the FSJ Archive