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.
Circulation includes the President and Vice President of the United States, members of the Cabinet and Congress, the Joint Chiefs and the Joint Staff and the National Security Council, all United States and foreign Embassies, US Governors, United Nations officials, the War Colleges and the Service Academies, the press, and leading representatives of the foreign affairs community.
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Spreading Press Freedom:America Must Set the Standard at Home
The US and Africa: Strong Ties Growing Stronger
Slovakia: A Pleasant Surprise
New Pope: Any Change in US-Vatican Relations?
Global Impact: United States-China Relations in the 21st Century
North Korea and the Six-Party Talks
CAFTA: A Narrow Passage Through Troubled Waters
US Diplomacy in the Americas: Multilateralism, the Organization of American States and Summitry
The United States and Europe: Rebuilding Political Capital
Macedonia: The Future
The United Nations
Address to the 2005 World Summit
The Changing Face of United States Foreign Assistance: The Nexus of Private Aid and Executive Strategy
From the Woodrow Wilson Center
Remarks at the 39th Annual Publius Awards Dinner
Annex: Council of American Ambassadors’ Mission Delegation
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