Doing Development Better by Chris Datta
Europe in the Age of Uncertainties by Mikael Barfod
Brexit Waves Will Lap at America’s Shores by Robert Cox
The Significance of Targeting Soleimani by Ophir Falk
When Glasnost Opened Soviet Doors for American English by Gregory John Orr
Looking Back on Vietnam Memories During Another Difficult April by Jim Bullington
Grim Week in Guinea by Mark Wentling
IntraHealth and Global Development by Brenda Brown Schoonover
Retired Foreign Service Officer Margaret Jones worked with the Avian Influenza Action group in 2006.
In April 1956, actor Tony Curtis wrote to Secretary of State John Foster Dulles recommending using American entertainment stars to create good will for the United States overseas.
Books of Interest
Modern Diplomacy in Practice
US Policy Toward Africa: Eight Decades of Realpolitik
The Ambassadors: American’s Diplomats on the Front Lines
Maoism: A Global History
The Journey of Liu Xiaobo: From Dark Horse to Nobel Laureate
Extreme Economies: What life at the World’s Margins Can Teach Us About Our Own Future
Not Even Past: How the United States Ends Wars
American citizens abroad know that in an emergency, they should contact the nearest U.S. embassy or consulate for help.
Administrative timeline of the Department of State
Yale Richmond served in Germany, Laos, Poland, Austria, and the Soviet Union. He retired in 1980 as Deputy Assistant Director (Europe) of the U.S. Information Agency, later writing 11 books to help Americans better understand the culture and people of other countries. Read his oral history here: https://www.adst.org/OH%20TOCs/Richmond,%20Yale.toc.pdf