Index
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

A-100 course, 184–86 Abizaid, John, 96 Abu Sayyaf, 190 accountability review board (ARB), 32–33 accreditation, 67–70 Acheson, Dean, 10, 15–16, 120, 156 Adams, Charles Francis, 247n.10 Adams, Henry, 12, 83, 247n.10 Afghanistan deterioration of security in, 95 economic assistance for, 195–96 management of provincial reconstruction teams, conflicts over, 108–9 Panjshir valley, provincial reconstruction team in, 97–98 provincial reconstruction teams in, 95–100 Tracy’s work in and near, 88–89 African Americans, 24–25 AFSA. See American Foreign Service Association Agency for International Development, US (AID or USAID) in Afghanistan, 96–98 budgets and the budgeting process, 133–37 bureaucratic reorganization and, 22–23 Bureau of Diplomatic Security, 183 Bureau of Legislative and Public Affairs, 127 conversion from civil to foreign service, opportunities for, 182 counterinsurgency activities in Southeast Asia, 18, 93 creation of, 22 Development Leadership Initiative (DLI), 50 employees fallen in the line of duty, plaque honoring, 42 foreign service officers and nationals, employment of, 46–52 Office of Medical Services, 183 Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI), 90 in Pakistan, 90–91 S/CRS initiative, resistance to, 228 staffing levels, 35, 225 State Department, relationship with, 22–23, 49–50, 135 agrément, 68 Agriculture, US Department of Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), 20–21, 46–47, 55–59, 133 hiring of additional foreign service officers, 225 trade, activities regarding, 20–21 AID. See Agency for International Development, US AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome), 23, 85–88 Albright, Madeleine, 35–36 Alexander, Chuck, 56–57 Almaguer, Frank, 50, 149 ambassadors judgment of, 160 role of, 144–50 title of, 146 American Academy of Diplomacy, 63 American Broadcasting Company (ABC), 28 American Foreign Service Association (AFSA) areas of competence for evaluations, negotiation of, 217 career vs. political appointees, position regarding, 63 congressional staff and key committee members, contact maintained with, 126 constructive dissent, annual awards for, 124 as professional association and labor union, 46 promotions and promotion procedure, input on, 217, 219 protest of awarding foreign service job to a civil servant, 211–12 anticommunism of the 1950s, 15–17 ARB. See accountability review board   289 Index 290  Index area combatant commands, 148–49 Armitage, Richard, 64, 123 Army Corps of Engineers, 98 Arreaga-Rodas, Luis, 26–27, 50, 52 assignments as deputy chief of mission, 211–12 hardship differentials, 210 process of, 207–10 staffing shortages and, 215–16 tandem couples, 212–15 attaché, 252n.8 Baker, James P., III, 120–21 Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan pipeline, 82 Bazala, Sylvia, 210 Beers, Charlotte, 73, 255n.27 Berlin airlift, 15 Berridge, G. R., 254n.14 Bierce, Ambrose, 12 Blechman, Barry, 152 Bodine, Barbara, 94 Boot, Max, 114 Bosshardt, Marcia, 204, 206 Boucher, Richard, 37, 251n.74 Bourne, John, 100–101 Bowen, Stuart, 230 Boyatt, Tom, 84 Braden, Spruille, 265n.94 Bradley, Toby, 100–103, 203 Brazeal, Rea, 84 Bremer, L. Paul (Jerry), 94 Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG), 22, 46 Brooks, David, 236 Broome, Douglas, 48 Brown, John, 262n.26 Bryan, William Jennings, 12–13 Buckler, Steven, 106, 108 budgets, 131–38 bureaucracy, foreign affairs fragmentation and consolidation of, 19–23 interagency conflict and coordination (see interagency conflict and coordination) See also Agency for International Development, US; State, US Department of Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS), 30, 33 Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR), 158–60 Burns, Nicholas, 37, 251n.74 Burns, William, 44 Bush, George W., 120, 228, 256n.43 Bush (George W.) administration low tolerance for candor about policies, concerns regarding, 123 reordering of diplomatic work, 82–84 Butte-Dahl, Jennifer, 128–29 Byrd, Lewis, 213–14 Byrd, Robin, 213–14 Byrnes, James F., 156 Callières, François de, 66 Campos, Vincent, 103–5, 153 career development officers (CDOs), 208–9 careers in the foreign service, 7–9 advancement in, 171–74 assignments (see assignments) basic training leading to first assignments, the A-100 class as, 184–86 career paths (“tracks” or “cones”) (see tracks available to a foreign service officer) changes to meet future demands, 234–35 early retirement, 40 entrance exam for generalists, 174–80 entrance exam for specialists, 180–82 job offer to job, details and time between, 183 professional development, 168–71 promotions (see promotions) ranks and titles, 40, 163–64, 166 salary scale and benefits, 39, 164–65 specialists’ jobs and job categories, 181 stability and change in, 163 trajectory of, 166–68 up or out and time-in-class (TIC) rules, 40, 172–73 Carlucci, Frank, 77–79, 83, 150, 247n.5...


pdf