Ten Ways You Can Be Involved in Foreign Affairs

Many people are interested in foreign affairs, but don’t know how they can be involved.  You don’t have to be a diplomat to get started.  Here are ten ways you, as a U.S. citizen, can engage on international issues. MORE

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    Just a few: travel, host an international student, contribute to global charities, partner with the State Dept….
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