NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AMERICAN DIPLOMACY:  Six U.S. Secretaries of State — Hillary Clinton, Madeleine Albright, Henry Kissinger, John Kerry, James Baker, and Colin Powell — participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for the U.S. Diplomacy Center in September 2014. In 2019, the Center became the National Museum of American Diplomacy. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)

 

Commentary

Beer-Pong Diplomacy: A Diplomat’s Guide to Drinking in China by Derek Sandhaus

Making “Devoted Efforts” Visible: the National Museum of American Diplomacy by Jane Carpenter-Rock

Ralph Bunche – U.N. Mediator in the Middle East and Nobel Laureate by Renee Earle

Strengthening the Relationship Between Embassies and U.S. Special Operations Forces – Part 1, the Current Environment by Carter Wilbur

Strengthening the Relationship Between Embassies and U.S. Special Operations Forces – Part 2, Five USSOF-Embassy Truths by Carter Wilbur

How Washington Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the UAE by Albadr AbuBaker Alshateri

 

Eyewitness

Filming Manhole Covers in Chile by Susan Clyde

Encounters with Kissinger by Peter Bridges

Trauma in Togo by Mark Wentling

 

ADST

War of the Waves: Combating Espionage in Embassy Moscow

https://adst.org/2013/09/microwaving-embassy-moscow/#more-4875

National Archives

Text Message: Soviet Intelligence in the United States, 1971

 

Book review

Book cover: The Russian Job by Douglas SmithThe Russian Job: The Forgotten Story of How America Saved the Soviet Union from Ruin

 

 

 

 

 

Books of Note

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