NMAD Opens Exhibit “Defining Diplomacy for 100 years: The Foreign Service Journal”
The National Museum of American Diplomacy (formerly the U.S. Diplomacy Center) and the American Foreign Service Association celebrated 100 years of the Foreign Service Journal with the exhibit “Defining Diplomacy for 100 years: The Foreign Service Journal” on view in the pavilion until May 10, 2019.
The exhibit offered a unique look into diplomatic history through the eyes of the practitioners who contributed to the pages of the journal. The exhibit weaves together a timeline and themes from the past 100 years into a collection of stories and excerpts about the Foreign Service and our nation’s foreign policy. Many of the past covers of the journal are also featured.
The exhibit also announced the completion of the journal’s digital archive, providing access to every issue going back to 1919. In 2017, the American Foreign Service Association also released the entire online archive of the Foreign Service Journal.