by Benjamin Tua
Tag: East Asia Pacific
by Ophir Falk
by Diane Johnston
by Larry Schwartz
Adapted from Newberry Series Lecture at Dacor-Bacon House
Washington, D.C., July 13, 2018
by Alicia J. Campi
Excerpted with permission of Ohio University from “Contacts with Burma, 1935-1949: A Personal Account”.
Review by John M. Handley
Raising the Flag: America’s First Envoys in Faraway Lands, by Peter D. Eicher: Potomac Books, 2018, 370 pages with end-notes and index. ISBN 978-1-61234-970-1.
by John Coyne
Editor’s note: This is an unofficial list compiled by John Coyne. Please send any additions or corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Frontline Snapshot of USAID History
by Eric Chetwynd, Jr.
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.
by Thomas E. McNamara
by Beatrice Camp
by Margaret C. Pearson
by Hans N. Tuch Currently there is no institutional functional or operational relationship between the Department of State and the Voice of America, a relationship that served the successful conduct of U.S. public diplomacy for many years—from the early 1950s … Continued
by William P. Kiehl First published in Lancaster LNP October 22, 2017. At a recent photo op with senior military officers and their wives, President Donald Trump was heard to remark that it was “the calm before the storm.” In … Continued
Why Diplomacy American Academy of Diplomacy by Ronald E. Neumann http://www.peoriamagazines.com/ibi/2017/jun/why-diplomacy Permission to reprint courtesy of Ms. Kristin McHugh, Executive Director and It’s essential to the successful pursuit of national security, foreign policy and economic goals. Why should Americans pay … Continued