Putin’s Challenge to NATO and the Global Enterprise by Thomas McNamara
Europe at War by Robert Cox
Was NATO Expansion Really the Cause of Putin’s Invasion? by Ken Moskowitz
Don’t Leave the Russian People Behind by Renee Earle
America, You Better Believe That Africa Matters by Charles Ray
Democracy in Africa is Like a Flashlight without Batteries by Mark G. Wentling
Telling America’s Story in Communist Times by Jonathan Rickert
The Foreign Affairs Oral History Collection: A National Treasure by Heather Ashe
Dubai Expo Pavilions Put Public Diplomacy Front and Center by Kyla Denwood and Spencer Cox
ADST Moments in Diplomatic History
“If Putin gets away with Crimea, eastern Ukraine will be next” – a perspective from 2014. https://adst.org/if-putin-gets-away-with-the-seizure-of-crimea-then-eastern-ukraine-will-be-next/
The consul general in Kyiv in the early 1990s recounts the development of a newly independent nation, including control over Crimea. https://adst.org/2014/03/ukraines-push-for-independence/
In late 1979, the Chernobyl power plant was visited by the Kiev Advance Party (KAP), American diplomats working on opening the U.S. consulate general in that city.
U.S.-Indo-Pacific Strategy 2022
The worldwide ascendancy and global sphere of influence of the United States is under challenge from its designated adversaries, particularly Russia and China.
Madeleine Albright, first woman to serve as U.S. Secretary of State.