Foreign Affairs & Policy

More than 200 years ago, the first Presidential cabinet department, the Department of Foreign Affairs, was established by the Congress. Later, the name was changed to the Department of State. To highlight the work of the U.S. Department of State and other Federal agencies in the area of international affairs, the U.S. Government Publishing Office  (GPO) offers for sale a special collection of publications designed for those interested in finding success in the inter-governmental relations and foreign policy.

Some highlights to this collection include:

Renowned print series, Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS)  with new volumes added yearly, so check back often.

Numerous military policy books that deal wtih defense and national security issues, such as multinational operations, foreign government and policies,  government reform, and civil -military relations matters, and more. 

 

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What Should The U.S. Army Learn From History?: Recovery From A Strategic Deficit
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What Should the U.S. Army Learn From History?: Recovery From a Strategic Deficit

What Should The U.S. Army Learn From History?: Recovery From A Strategic Deficit

Chinese Military Diplomacy: 2003-2016, Trends and Implications
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Chinese Military Diplomacy: 2003-2016, Trends and Implications

Chinese Military Diplomacy: 2003-2016, Trends and Implications

U.S. Marines in Afghanistan, 2010-2014: Anthology and Annonated Bibliography
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U.S. Marines in Afghanistan, 2010-2014: Anthology and Annotated Bibliography

U.S. Marines in Afghanistan, 2010-2014: Anthology and Annonated Bibliography

Harold Brown: Offsetting the Soviet Military Challenge, 1977-1981
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Harold Brown: Offsetting the Soviet Military Challenge, 1977-1981

Harold Brown: Offsetting the Soviet Military Challenge, 1977-1981

Russian Military Power: Building A Military To Support Great Power Aspirations
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Russia Military Power: Building a Military To Support Great Power Aspirations

Russian Military Power: Building A Military To Support Great Power Aspirations

Promoting U.S.-Indian Defense Cooperation: Opportunities And Obstacles
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Promoting U.S.-Indian Defense Cooperation: Opportunities and Obstacles

Promoting U.S.-Indian Defense Cooperation: Opportunities And Obstacles

Can Egypt Lead The Arab World Again?
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Can Egypt Lead the Arab World Again?: Assessing Opportunities and Challenges for U.S. Policy

Can Egypt Lead The Arab World Again?

Corruption, Legitimacy, And Stability: Implications For The U.S. Army
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Corruption, Legitimacy, and Stability: Implications for the U.S. Army

Corruption, Legitimacy, And Stability: Implications For The U.S. Army

Advancing Stability and Reconciliation in Guinea-Bissau: Lessons From Africa's First Narco-State
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Advancing Stability and Reconciliation in Guinea-Bissau: Lessons From Africa's First Narco-State

Advancing Stability and Reconciliation in Guinea-Bissau: Lessons From Africa's First Narco-State

The Turning Point for Russian Foreign Policy
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The Turning Point for Russian Foreign Policy

The Turning Point for Russian Foreign Policy

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