A distinguished diplomat explores an evolving concept of diplomacy to meet the kaleidoscope of opportunities and challenges America faces.
BY MARC GROSSMAN
FOCUS: AFSA HONORS DISSENT AND PERFORMANCE
Charles Stuart Kennedy, this year’s winner of AFSA’s Lifetime Contributions to American Diplomacy Award, talks about his Foreign Service career and pioneering work creating American diplomacy’s oral history program.
BY SHAWN DORMAN
Honesty and candor have been the watchwords of this three-time AFSA dissent award winner’s diplomatic career.
BY KENNETH M. QUINN
When Washington quashed a local outreach effort in Kandahar, one FSO decided to throw a spotlight on a broader public affairs problem.
BY JONATHAN ADDLETON
Life on a secure compound in a war zone is somewhat surreal.
BY BILL BENT
Talking About Foreign Service Advocacy
BY ROBERT J. SILVERMAN
“Up or Out” Is Harming American Foreign Policy
BY GEORGE B. LAMBRAKIS
Sage Counsel, Fondly Remembered
BY FLETCHER M. BURTON