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COURTESYOFTHOMASC.ADAMS

Focus on Notes to the New Administration

January-February 2017 Volume 94, No. 1

FOREIGN

SERVICE

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1 8 Mr. President, You Have Partners at State to Help Navigate the World’s Shoals The new administration’s challenge is to sustain U.S. leadership in an increasingly unhinged world. By Ke i t h W. M i n e s 23 One Story, Two Events, Seven Leadership Lessons Policy crises and human crises in faraway places—the stuff of diplomacy today—offer compelling lessons in leadership. By P r u d e n c e Bu s h n e l l

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44 Developing the Next Generation of Followers at USAID We need to better understand followership—not just because it essentially complements leadership, but for its own specific qualities. By J o s é M . Ga r z ó n 27 Foreign Assistance: Time to Sharpen a Vital Diplomatic Tool Here are eight recommendations to rationalize U.S. foreign assistance and, thus, greatly increase its effectiveness. By T h oma s C . Ad ams 33 Notes to the New Administration Members of the U.S. Foreign Service brief the Trump team, briefly.