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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Greece and the European Project: Canary in the Coal Mine?
IN3 - Incubating a New Spain through the Promotion of Entrepreneurship
Engaging the Swiss on Apprenticeships: Economic Diplomacy with Results Back Home
The Czech Republic a Quarter Century After the Velvet Revolution
Good Things Come in Small Packages: The US-Djiboutian Security Partnership
Defeating ISIL Requires US Leadership Now
Equatorial Guinea Plays a Leading Role in Combating Malaria
On US and Haiti Relations: The Ties that Bind
Brazil and the United States: Renewed Momentum in a Natural Partnership
The Evaluation Revolution in Public Diplomacy
ASEAN: Creating the Rules-Based Architecture in Asia
Courting a New Ally in the Quest for Equality: Closing the Implementation Gap between Law and Practice in India
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