Foreign Service Accounts from the Oral History Archives (ADST.ORG) Forty years ago, on January 1, 1979, the U.S. established diplomatic relations with the People’s Republic of China, simultaneously de-recognizing the Taiwan-based Republic of China. In ADST’s extensive country reader on … Continued
August marks the 30th anniversary of the Burmese student pro-democracy demonstrations that began on “8/8/88”. The U.S. subsequently withdrew its ambassador in protest of the military regime, beginning a hiatus in relations that lasted until 2012.
Foreign Service Accounts from the Oral History Archives (ADST.ORG) In this issue, we offer two more ADST segments focusing on U.S. international development stories, one on the Marshall Plan and another from USAID officer Carol Peasley. -The Economic Cooperation Act, … Continued
Our upcoming Eyewitness installments will focus in part on the lives and work of USAID colleagues, highlighting the challenges and contributions of United States international development. Read their personal accounts of how they arrived at development work—often including service in the Peace … Continued
Interview covers: Biography, Vietnam, Kissinger, Paris Peace Talks The Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training Foreign Affairs Oral History Project Ambassador John D. Negroponte Interviewed by: Charles Stuart Kennedy Initial Interview date: February 11, 2000 Copyright 2017 ADST https://adst.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Negroponte-John-D.pdf INTERVIEW … Continued
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