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 May issue focuses on life after the Foreign Service.
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FOCUS ON LIFE AFTER THE FOREIGN SERVICE
Life after the Foreign Service begins with planning. Here’s how to get started.
Early, voluntary retirement can open the door to pursue your dreams.
Police work offered me a way to keep on watching that endless parade of human experience that I loved as a consular officer.
Re-employment as an annuitant is an important option for retirees. Here’s how it works.
A growing trend helps Foreign Service retirees to finally settle down.
The record of U.S. agricultural development assistance in Africa over the years is uneven. Here’s how involving agribusiness and trade associations can help.
Structuring the Conversation
Hippocrates and Hobbes, Assad and ISIS
Israelit Friedhof: A Forgotten Cemetery in Vienna
Avoiding the Overpayment Hassle