The Gulf States and U.S. Policy, David Galbraith
ISD Rusk Fellow David Galbraith published an article on U.S. policies and reform in the Gulf States in the Spring 2013 GJIA.
Democracy Promotion in Oman, Diana Holland
Former ISD Army Associate Colonel Diana Holland publishes article in Joint Forces Quarterly.
Bianjiang Yu and Asian Studies Students Discuss U.S.-China Relations
ISD Associate, Mr. Bianjiang Yu met with students from the Asian Studies Masters Program to discuss U.S.-China Relations in the 21st century.
Diplomacy and Symbolism
Alisher Faizullaev, while a 2011-2012 Fulbright Visiting Scholarship at the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy (ISD) at Georgetown University and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, paper on Diplomacyand Symbolism was published
The Impact of Culture on Complex Operations
Former ISD Associate, Stacia George contributes a chapter to the CNA publication on Strategic Realities in Irregular Conflict.
ISD State Department Fellows Discuss Careers in the Foreign Service
ISD Senior State Department Fellow Ambassador Kathleen Stephens and Rusk Fellows Akunna Cook and David Galbraith discussed careers in the US State Department with Georgetown undergraduate and graduate students.
The District Delivery Program in Afghanistan: A Case Study in Organizational Challenges
ISD Rusk Fellow Robert Kemp examines the District Delivery Program (DDP) in Afghanistan in his newest article in the Small Wars Journal, June 2012.
Making States Sensible: Ritual, Symbols, and Feeling in Diplomatic Practice
ISD Associate Alisher Faizullaev visits the Mershon Center for International Security Studies
A Time for Discipline, Not Despair
Air Force Chief of Staff General Norton Schwartz sat down with students and staff from the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy and the Center for Security Studies April 2nd during a wide-ranging discussion.
Negotiation as the Art of Interaction
Dr. Alisher Faizullaev worked with students to examine interactional aspects of bilateral and multilateral negotiations.
The Missions of the United States Air Force in the Twenty-Second Century
Former ISD Associate, Julian Chestnutt publishes paper in World Future Review, Spring 2011
Multilateral Energy Cooperation in East Asia
The growing need for multilateral energy cooperation in East Asia was the subject of the December 6, closed-door, associate's briefing led by Mr. Eun-joong Kim.
Strategic Challenges & Threats Facing the U.S. Air Force
In a closed-door session on December 1, 2010, ISD Associate Mike Shortsleeve led a presentation on strategic threats and challenges for the U.S. Air Force.
News Media & Audiences in the Middle East: An Arab Journalist's Perspective
On November 15, 2010, Mina Al Oraibi, the Washington Bureau Chief for Asharq al Awsat Newspaper discussed change and continuity in the Arab media scene.
Public Communicators and the Gale of Change
In October 2010, ISD Associate Anthony Olcott traveled to Bulgaria to deliver several presentations to U.S. and Bulgarian officials and organizations.
U.S. Diplomacy in a New Era of Engagement
ISD Rusk Fellows, Ana Escrogima and Kristen Pisani hosted a discussion with their ISD colleagues on their Spring 2011 School of Foreign Service course.
Where Are We in the U.S. Transition to a Civilian-led Partnership in Iraq?
On October 27, 2010, ISD hosted Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Michael Corbin and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Colin Kahl for a discussion on the process of transitioning to a civilian-led partnership in Iraq.
Between Threats and War: U.S. Discrete Military Operations in the Post-Cold War World
The use of limited military force in response to persistent foreign policy threats to U.S. interests was the topic of the ISD-hosted roundtable discussion on September 22, 2010.
Mindfulness-based Mind Fitness Training (MMFT)
On September 17, 2010, ISD hosted a closed door session with Dr. Elizabeth Stanley on her current mind-fitness training research being conducted with the U.S. military.
New Media Tools and Perspectives for Public Diplomacy
Three staff members from the State Department discussed their efforts at bringing new media tools and perspectives to the work of public diplomacy in an ISD hosted panel on March 17, 2010.
On February 25, 2010, ISD hosted a closed door session with former senior State Department official Ambassador Maura Harty on complex emergencies.
Human Rights Promotion under Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
On February 17, 2010, an ISD panel discussion considered the Obama Administration’s record on human rights promotion to date.
U.S. Africa Command (USAFRICOM) Civil-Military Operations
The make-up of the new U.S. Africa Command and how it conducts civil-military operations was the subject of a roundtable discussion hosted by ISD on January 27, 2010.
Foreign Correspondents' Perspectives on U.S. Public Diplomacy
On November 18, 2009, an ISD panel discussed foreign journalists’ perspectives of US public diplomacy.
The Influence of Media on Public Diplomacy
A discussion on the natural tension between public diplomacy and the news media, how the Department of State defines public diplomacy, how it is practicing public diplomacy today, and how this is changing due to digital technologies.
Public Diplomacy and Strategic Communications
On October 21, 2009, the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy held a roundtable discussion on the current approaches to public diplomacy at the State Department and strategic communications in the U.S. Military.
Associates in the News
- The Gulf States and U.S. Policy, David Galbraith, 05.21.13
- Democracy Promotion in Oman, Diana Holland, 05.14.13
- Bianjiang Yu and Asian Studies Students Discuss U.S.-China Relations, 04.19.13
- Diplomacy and Symbolism, 04.10.13
- Pacific Gibraltar: US-Japanese Rivalry Over the Annexation of Hawai'i, 1885-1989, William Morgan, 10.19.11
- Synthesizing with Clients, Not Analyzing for Customers, Anthony Olcott, 01.20.11
- The Net Delusion: The Dark Side of Internet Freedom, Evgeny Morozov, 11.30.10
- TRADOC Launches Profession of Arms Study, Walter Piatt, 11.11.10