Jimmy Carter and SALT II: THE PATH TO FRUSTRATION by Matthew M Oyos December 1996
Jimmy Carter and the 1979 Decision to Admit the Shah into the United States | by Dr. William J. Daugherty April 2003
Outlier: The Unfinished Presidency of Jimmy Carter Book Review by Don Camp August 2021
Ambassador Thomas Armbruster reflects on the creation of the Arctic Council and both the problems and the possibilities of working with Russia on environmental issues.
The problem of combatting global poverty was the theme of a conference sponsored by the Kennedy Library in 2005. The participants’ remarks illustrate Mark Wentling’s concern in the Commentary section of this issue about how much remains to be done.
Military History for the Modern Strategist by Michael O’Hanlon Reviewed by Fletcher M. Burton
A Professional Foreigner • Erdogan’s War
The Zelensky Effect • Accidental Conflict
The Next Apocalypse • Putin’s Wars
Ambassador Robert Blake’s article in this issue stemmed from his remarks at a webinar sponsored by Duke University’s Rethinking Global Diplomacy Program. The links below are to the webinar and to a Duke Today article on it.
This issue’s article by Ismini and Chris Lamb takes issue with the portrayal of U.S. consul general Charles Horton in a 2010 article published in American Diplomacy. You can find the 2010 article at the link below.