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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Permanent Interests, Enduring Values and a Changing World: American Leadership in 2014
The United States has a Stake in the Outcome of Greece’s Six-Year Crisis
Democracy in Central Asia: Supporting Kyrgyzstan’s “Island of Democracy”
Why World Diplomats Should Defend Hong Kong’s Core Values
Indonesia’s Successful Democratic Transition Adds New Momentum to US-Indonesian Relations
America’s Partnership with Bangladesh: Broader, Deeper, and Stronger than Ever
The US-Africa Leaders Summit - What’s Next?
Security Challenges and Opportunities in the New Africa
President Obama’s Anti-ISIS Strategy Finally Takes Shape
A US Strategy Toward Egypt under Sisi
An Update on Venezuela, Post Chavez
Key Elements for Effective and Successful Public Diplomacy Efforts
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