American Ambassadors Review
American Ambassadors Review is the foreign affairs journal of the Council of American Ambassadors. Published twice a year, the Review features reports and articles written by former and sitting Ambassadors, members of the Administration and the Congress and other eminent policy practitioners and scholars. It endeavors to stay as close to the news and possible. Please click on the links below to read articles from the current and past editions.
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Intelligence Reform: Our National Security Depends on It
The Crisis in Sudan
Remarks at the Genocide Memorial in Kigali, Rwanda
A New Chapter in Venezuela
Haiti: An Ongoing US Foreign Policy Challenge
Prospects for the FTAA
Poland's Accession to the European Union and Its Impact on United States-Polish Relations
Kosovo: Hope or Despair for the Future?
Europe’s Economic Future: The Silver Lining in the Cloud
Running on Empty
Major Management Accomplishments at the Department of State Since 2001
Address to the United Nations General Assembly
Extracts from an Interview with Kofi A. Annan
The United Nations
The Enlarged European Union, the New Democracies of Central and Eastern Europe: Can They Strengthen the UN?
Reforming the United Nations: Back to First Principles
Fruits of Science: Biotech Food for the Hungry
Remembering President Ronald Reagan
Women and Diplomacy
Eastern Bloc Party
Anti-Americanism and Its Discontents
From the Woodrow Wilson Center
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