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  1. Mershon Memo: e-Newsletter (Spring 2007)

    Becker, Cathy
    Mershon Memo weekly email newsletter updates Spring 2007

  2. Mershon Memo: e-Newsletter (Winter 2007)

    Becker, Cathy
    Mershon Memo weekly email newsletter updates Winter 2007

  3. Mershon Memo: e-Newsletter (Fall 2006)

    Becker, Cathy
    Mershon Memo weekly electronic newsletter updates Fall 2006

  4. Mershon Memo, Vol. 1, Issue 3 (Spring 2007)

    Becker, Cathy
    Last fall, Eileen McDonnell worked on an assignment about identity with seven other students from the United States and Middle East. Each student started with seven aspects of their identity, and then gradually removed items until they were left with the three most important. To McDonnell’s surprise, every single student had kept religion as one of the most important aspects of his or her identity. This was just one of the discussions made possible during Richard Herrmann’s Foreign Policy Decision Making class by technology from a company called Soliya.

  5. Mershon Memo, Vol. 1, Issue 2 (Winter 2007)

    Becker, Cathy
    Consider the following: • International terrorism doesn’t do much damage when considered in almost any reasonable context. • Just about any damage terrorists perpetrate can be absorbed, however grimly. • The likelihood that any American will be killed in a terrorist event is microscopic. These are just a few of the propositions that John Mueller says should be – but are not – at the heart of discussions about how to respond to international terrorism.

  6. Mershon Memo, Vol. 1, Issue 1 (Fall 2006)

    Becker, Cathy
    Robert McMahon was thrilled to get an invitation in 2002 from Secretary of State Colin Powell to serve on the State Department’s Advisory Committee on Historical Diplomatic Documentation. That’s because McMahon knew exactly what the advisory committee does; for four years, he worked under its direction in the State Department’s Office of the Historian. As a member of the committee, McMahon, the Ralph D. Mershon Professor of History, oversees publication of the Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) documentary series, the nation’s official record of foreign affairs, and advises on sensitive issues surrounding the declassification of government documents.

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