During my 32-year career in foreign affairs, I have written on a wide variety of topics, including serving in the war in Vietnam, being at President Richard Nixon's final day at the White House, working to relieve the suffering of refugees and the powerful emotions that can be displayed during sporting events whether at the Olympics or neighborhood playgrounds. Along the way I have interacted with an amazing array of individuals such as: Chinese President Xi Jinping, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Norman Borlaug and terrorists seeking to harm our country. I hope you will find my articles and commentaries of interest.
Kenneth M. Quinn's Bachelor's Thesi...
Reflections on Service in CORDS in...
Political Change in Wartime: The Kh...
A Draft Solution
The Origins and Development of Radi...
A New Look at Aug. 9, 1974
The Pattern of Scope and Violence
Land of the Fragile Giants
In Vietnam, A Soldier's Bond
Rural Roads and the Logistics of Fo...
Dr. Norman E. Borlaug: 20th Century...
Eaten Your Fill of Rice?