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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From Revolution to Transition in Tunisia
After the Arab Spring: The Road to Reform in the Middle East and North Africa
Will Morocco's Reforms Point a Way Forward or Simply Succeed Alone?
Africa's Multicultural Tradition and Current Arab Trends
America's Growing Stake in Central Asia
The Missing End Game for Afghanistan: A Sustainable Post Bin Laden Strategy
3.11: How I Saw It
Honduras: Crisis, Transition and Reform
Privatization Helps: The Hungarian Example
Sweden Assumes the Chairmanship of the Arctic Council
"The Rock Star of the Recovery": Explaining Sweden's Strong Economic Performance
The Seven States of the Former Yugoslavia: An Evaluation
Public Diplomacy: At the Crossroads Between Practitioner and Theorist
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