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 November issue focuses on books by Foreign Service authors.
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Climate change is opening up new opportunities and challenges in the Arctic. Is the United States ready to lead?
FOCUS ON BOOKS BY FOREIGN SERVICE AUTHORS
We are pleased to present this year’s roundup of books by members of the Foreign Service community.
This new compendium of works by USAID authors focuses on development issues.
Here is a short listing of books of interest to diplomats that have not been written by members of the Foreign Service or their families.
The 44th Secretary of State, a true statesman who displayed exemplary foreign policy leadership, deserves more recognition.
Get to know the nonprofit groups and State Department offices that offer a social safety net for Foreign Service youth.
Opening the Conversation
The Trouble with the Lawyers List
The Secretary Visits the Arctic
‘A Love Letter to Diplomacy’—A Q&A with David Holbrooke