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J O U R N A L
OREIGN ERVICE
S F
S
PEAKING
O
UT
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How Data Visualization
Can Change Diplomacy
By Chris Bronk and Scott Smith
R
EFLECTIONS
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80
Touchdown in Kazan
By George Wilcox
L
ETTERS
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5
C
YBERNOTES
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8
M
ARKETPLACE
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9
B
OOKS
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65
I
N
M
EMORY
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I
NDEX TO
A
DVERTISERS
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Cover photo by
Lillian G. deValcourt-Ayala
M A R C H 2 0 1 2 / F O R E I G N S E R V I C E J O U R N A L
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C
ONTENTS
March 2012 Volume 89, No. 3
F
O C U S O N
H u n g e r A s a F o r e i g n P o l i c y I s s u e
F
EED THE
F
UTURE
: M
AKING A
R
EAL
D
IFFERENCE
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17
Less than three years after its inception, the U.S. government’s new
response to food insecurity is already changing millions of lives.
By Paul Weisenfeld
F
EEDING THE
O
THER
K
OREA
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22
Few Americans have ever visited the Pyongyang, let alone lived and
worked there. Here is a first-person account by one who did.
By Richard Ragan
H
EADING
O
FF THE
C
OMING
F
OOD
R
EVOLUTIONS
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26
The best way to break the link between food price increases and absolute poverty
is through long-term development programs.
By Andrew S. Natsios
C
ATALYZING
U.S. L
EADERSHIP ON
H
UNGER
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31
U.S. funding for global food security is under threat even though
starvation continues to kill thousands of people every day.
By David Beckmann
F
E A T U R E
AFSA’
S
S
CHOLARSHIP
P
ROGRAM
: A P
ROUD
H
ISTORY
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34
Since its beginnings in 1926, AFSA’s scholarship program has grown to
provide both merit awards and financial-need scholarships to about 100 sons
and daughters of Foreign Service members annually.
By C. Edward Dillery
A F S A N
E W S
2011 A
NNUAL
R
EPORT
: W
ORKING FOR A
S
TRONGER
AFSA /
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N
EWS
B
RIEFS
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C
LASSIFIEDS
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