Our National Devaluation of Diplomacy by Thomas E. McNamara
The Importance of Economic Interests in Foreign Assistance by Roman Napoli
Restructuring Our Assistance in Least Developed Countries by Mark G. Wentling
Spreading Americana in the Post-Soviet World by Robert Baker
Playing the Kinship Card in Communist Bulgaria by Jonathan Rickert
Portuguese Diplomacy in Newark, New Jersey by Jorge Marinho, Júlio Ventura, Guilherme Guimarães
From Our Archives
Cultural Exchange and the Cold War: How the West Won by Yale Richmond (March 2013)
How U.S.-Soviet Scientific and Technical Exchanges Helped End the Cold War by Olga Krasnyak (November 2019)
ADST Moments in Diplomatic History
USAID debated different models of economic development and foreign aid in Africa.
The Marshall Plan met a multitude of difficulties in its formation and implementation.
A 1951 Memorandum of Conversation in which the Chief of Protocol for Ireland’s Department of External Affairs expressed hope that the next US ambassador would not be a woman.
A Rand Corporation survey looks at public attitudes about recruitment, priorities, and challenges affecting American diplomats.
“Experiencing Expos: An Oral History of U.S. Citizens’ Engagement with World’s Fairs, 1962–2017” explores U.S. involvement in eight expos between 1962 and 2017, and how this #PublicDiplomacy mega-event matters to U.S. citizens, communities, and #SoftPower. https://gties.us/3FXSn6Y
The Truman Center City and State Diplomacy Task Force report on Broadening Diplomatic Engagement Across America focuses on the role of cities and citizen engagement at local, state, national, and international levels. https://www.dropbox.com/s/nydflr3zdzy2qe0/TCNP_BroadeningDiplomaticEngagement_FullReport_Sized_Low.pdf?dl=0
Edward Rowell, three-time ambassador and former president of the Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training (ADST)
Ann Delevan Harrop, wife of Ambassador William Harrop, mother of four, lover of dogs. https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/washington-dc/ann-harrop-10806830