A Brief History of United States Diplomacy done for the Association of Diplomatic Studies and Training in 1996 and based on an exhibit I wrote and sketched for the National Foreign Affairs Training Center. It was shown there and in the State Department. (I was pleased to have the study called “A brilliant product…interesting, historical, accurate, well-edited and written, and wonderfully executed stylistically” by Phillip Merrill, President and Publisher, Washingtonian Magazine).
“Rudi Dutschke’s Stay at Clare Hall” (Cambridge). This was actually an oral history done principally with fellows at Clare Hall regarding Dutschke’s stay there in 1970-71. I did the study in 1996 at the request of the president of the college, Dame Gillian Beer.
“An Economic Security Council,” a study of what later became the National Economic Council, requested by the Progressive Policy Institute for the Clinton Presidential Campaign, Oct. 15, 1992.
“USIA: New Directions for a New Era,” the report of a study I co-directed for the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University, 1993.
“Making American Foreign Policy: A Study of the Foreign Policymaking Process of the Executive Branch of the United States Government,” done at the request of Professor Madeleine Albright, then Foreign Policy Advisor to Democratic Candidate for President, Michael Dukakis, September 1988.
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