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The Association for Diplomatic Studies and Training (ADST) has just completed uploading its entire collection of 1800 oral histories onto its website. The oral history collection is still available on the Library of Congress website; however, the ADST interviews have tables of contents and are in an easy-to-read PDF format. In addition, the oral history page has Google Custom Search, which makes it much easier to look through the entire collection. See for yourself at: http://adst.org/oral-history/oral-history-interviews/

Diplomacy's Public Dimension: Books, Articles, Websites by Bruce Gregory

The Second Annual Walter Roberts Lecture: Public Diplomacy and Foreign Policy in 2013: The View from State

Special gift for teachers of public diplomacy and related courses by Bruce Gregory

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New Margaret Thatcher – The Authorized Biography Review by David Beechey

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New Diplomacy Review by David T. Jones

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New Mid-East Peace by Sol Schindler

The Anachronism of Empire by Curt Jones

Robert Gates Memoir and its Impact on America's Policy in Afghanistan by Godfrey Garner

Paranoia: American Foreign Policy Since 1948 and How to Overcome It by Benjamin L. Landis

The Case for the Palestinians and a Way Forward by Ruth Ben-Or

 

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