U.S. Department of State

Editorial

Thank You

By Vaughan C. Turekian - 09.08.2015

As he moves on to become the new science & technology adviser to the U.S. secretary of state, Vaughan Turekian reflects on his time as editor-in-chief of Science & Diplomacy.

Editorial

Evolving Institutions for Twenty-First Century (Science) Diplomacy

By Vaughan C. Turekian - 06.30.2015

Institutions are adapting to the increasing influence of science and technology on international relationships.

Article

The Science and Technology Adviser to the U.S. Secretary of State

By Erica Pincus - 12.22.2014

Over fifteen years, four science and technology advisers have served the U.S. secretary of state, building science capacity in the department, offering advice on policy, and serving as liaisons to the scientific community.

Perspective

Diplomacy for Science Two Generations Later

The U.S. Department of State should reinstate the defunct science attaché program to help address global challenges and strengthen the economic and scientific potential of the United States and other countries.

Article

Science and Technology Agreements as Tools for Science Diplomacy

By Bridget M. Dolan - 12.10.2012

Bilateral Science and Technology agreements help the U.S. Department of State transform diplomatic relationships, promote public diplomacy, highlight cooperation, and protect U.S. national security.

Perspective

Development Science and Science Diplomacy

By Alex Dehgan and E. William Colglazier - 12.07.2012

The PEER program is ushering in an era of diplomacy through science-based development by promoting bilateral and regional cooperation between U.S. and developing country investigators.

Conversation

Science and the U.S. Department of State

By John D. Negroponte - 04.24.2012

Former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State John D. Negroponte discusses the role of science in U.S. diplomacy, touching on the Cold War, the International Space Station, and the Montreal Protocol.

Perspective

Science Diplomacy and Twenty-First Century Statecraft

By Robert D. Hormats - 03.09.2012

Science is taking an even more prominent role in how the U.S. Department of State builds and manages international relationships.

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