Uganda Book Drive Initiative

April 1999

Special from the Editor: Uganda Book Drive Initiative A message from Daniel Cook University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee How many of us own books that we only read once and then let sit on the shelf to collect dust? How many of … Continued

Editor’s corner: additions to the Board of Directors

February 1999

In which he identifies by name and position the journal’s parent organization Board of Directors, with special reference to additions since the journal’s founding in 1996. IN PREVIOUS ISSUES—Volume II, Numbers 1 and 2—we provided biographic information on the nine … Continued

Plans unfolding for TISS Conference on Conflict in Africa

September 1998

American Diplomacy takes pleasure in making available to its readers an announcement by the Journal’s sponsoring organization, the Triangle Institute for Security Studies (T.I.S.S.) ~ Ed.   An Update: Plans unfolding for TISS Conference on Conflict in Africa February 5-6, … Continued

Foreign Relations Volume Covering Berlin, Cuba Crises Released

September 1998

American Diplomacy takes pleasure in making available to its readers an announcement released by the Office of the Historian, U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C., on September 8, 1998. ~ Ed. Foreign Relations Volume Covering Berlin, Cuba Crises Released During … Continued

Our Timely Presentations on Matters Controversial

July 1998

EDITOR’S CORNER – “RIGHT TIMING is in all things the most important factor” Hesiod, the Greek farmer-poet observed some 2,700 years ago. If timing is indeed everything in life, this includes even the world of electronic publishing, an endeavor which … Continued

Like WCPE, We Launch a Campaign to Improve Our Signal

July 1998

Like WCPE, We Launch a Campaign to Improve Our Signal I’ M A BIG OPERA FAN, so every Saturday afternoon during opera season I tune in faithfully to my favorite classical music station, WCPE in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, and enjoy … Continued

We Begin to Get Serious

January 1998

FROM THE PUBLISHER ~ Frank Crigler is publisher of “American Diplomacy” and president of newly-formed non-profit corporation American Diplomacy Publishers. He lives in Durham, North Carolina. His biographic sketch was published in Vol. I, No. 3 of this journal. We … Continued

Foreign Affairs Oral History Program

January 1998

Stuart Kennedy, a retired Foreign Service officer, is director of the Foreign Affairs Oral History Program, based at the Foreign Service Institute outside Washington, D.C. In a previous issue of American Diplomacy (Vol. I, No. 2), Mr. Kennedy, described the … Continued

Signs of Intelligent Life Out There

October 1997

A Bit of Boasting . . .  Signs of Intelligent Life Out There! by Frank Crigler J o d i e   F o s t e r, the single-minded, highly unconventional astronomer in the film “Contact,” relies more heavily … Continued

Contributor biographical sketches

May 1997

Editorial Corner We believe it possibly useful and interesting for our readers to know something about the backgrounds of the members of American Diplomacy’s editorial review board and staff. Holding that thought, for what it may be worth, we have … Continued

Contributor Biographical Sketches

April 1997

EDITOR’S CORNER   Biographic Information (cont.) As the reader of these scrolled pages may have noticed, only a small band of colleagues make up the staff and Editorial Advisory Board of this journal. But as Seneca so wisely noted long … Continued

A Call for Papers

March 1997

O ur readers will note, we hope, that in this ‘issue’ of American Diplomacy all three of our featured, more lengthy articles — those by Dick Kohn, Frank Crigler, and Curt Jones — take the form of essays rather than … Continued

The Foreign Affairs Oral History Program

December 1996

Mr. Kennedy, director of the Foreign Affairs Oral History Program based at the Foreign Service Institute outside Washington, DC, and a retired Foreign Service officer, has provided American Diplomacy the following description of the Program and its offerings, along with … Continued