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 April issue focuses on humanitarian diplomacy.
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FOCUS ON HUMANITARIAN DIPLOMACY
An experienced practitioner addresses today’s unprecedented challenges.
These notes from the diary of an FSO refugee coordinator in Turkey convey the realities of the humanitarian crisis spreading from the Middle East.
Corporate-government partnerships can make a great difference in times of need, argues this former FSO.
Historically, the United States has permanently resettled more refugees than all other countries combined. Here’s what is involved.
A distinguished ambassador describes work in the world of refugee resettlement.
Fifty years and trillions of dollars of foreign aid has yet to put the African continent on a real growth trajectory.
Successful solutions will invariably include equal application of the rule of law and an effort to ensure “parity of esteem” between the parties.
Ambassador C. Edward Dillery served as AFSA’s elected retiree vice president from 1991 to 1993 and as chair of the Scholarship Committee from 1997 to 2012.
Building the Deep Bench
The Department of State: Mission and Vision Examined
Into the Desert