The Foreign Service Journal
The Foreign Service Journal covers foreign affairs from an insider's perspective, providing thought-provoking articles on international issues, the practice of diplomacy and the U.S. Foreign Service. Including the AFSA News section, The Journal is published monthly (January-February and July-August issues combined) by the American Foreign Service Association.
The January/February issue focuses on notes to the new administration.
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FOCUS ON NOTES TO THE NEW ADMINISTRATION
The new administration’s challenge is to sustain U.S. leadership in an increasingly unhinged world.
Policy crises and human crises in faraway places—the stuff of diplomacy today—offer compelling lessons in leadership.
Here are eight recommendations to rationalize U.S. foreign assistance and, thus, greatly increase its effectiveness.
Members of the U.S. Foreign Service brief the Trump team, briefly.
We need to better understand followership—not just because it essentially complements leadership, but for its own specific qualities.
Dear S: You Can Count on Us
Why U.S. Ambassadors Should Be Career Professionals
Rip Van Winkle in the Foreign Service
Speaking of Elections