by Senator Chris Van Hollen
by W. Robert Pearson
by Kenneth Quinn
by John Blaney and Christopher Datta
by Tom Brannan
Translated by Simon Schuchat
Review by Renee M Earle
Why Nation Building Matters: Political Consolidation, Building Security Forces, and Economic Development in Failed and Fragile States by Keith W. Mines
The Gun, The Ship, and The Pen: Warfare, Constitutions, and the Making of the Modern World By Linda Colley
Do Not Disturb: The Story of a Political Murder and an African Regime Gone Bad By Michela Wrong
From Rebel to Ruler: One Hundred Years of the Chinese Communist Party By Tony Saich
Women as War Criminals: Gender, Agency, and Justice By Izabela Steflja and Jessica Trisko Darden
Under Beijing’s Shadow: Southeast Asia’s China Challenge By Murray Hiebert
Aftershocks: Pandemic Politics and the End of the Old International Order By Colin Kahl and Thomas Wright
“How Does U.S. Diplomacy Benefit Americans?”
Playback of webinar, contributor information
Biographical information on participants in the Oct 2021 Webinar
Virtual discussion presented by the American Diplomacy Journal and the Office of the Vice Provost for Global Affairs at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Commentary, Eyewitness, reviews, books of interest, links
Increased refugee flows from the southern hemispheres and the Middle East impact not only immediate neighbors; but threaten political dialogue, economics and security in Europe, Russia, China. and the United States.
How can our national governments and the international community successfully address this challenge?
by Chas W. Freeman, Jr.
by György Schöpflin
by Robert Cox
by Herman J. Cohen
by Edward Marks and Marshall Adair
by Renee M Earle
by June Carter Perry and Christopher Faison