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Anderson, "SHAFR Presidential Address: One Vietnam War Should Be Enough and Other Reflections on Diplomatic History and the Making of Foreign Policy," Diplomatic History 30 (January 2006): 1-21.
(Santa Barbara, Denver, Oxford: ABC Clio, 2003), sponsored by the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations [hereafter the SHAFR Guide].
We asked for twice as many scholars as we needed and nearly all the people we asked agreed to write an essay and donate their royalty and republication earnings to SHAFR. After the roundtable appeared in Diplomatic History, I re-edited it with the title, The End of the Cold War: Its Meaning and Implications, which sold thousands of copies because so many Americans were interested in what this apparently sudden turn of events meant for the United States and the world.
A SHAFR colleague recently congratulated me on editing Diplomatic History.
A few days later, Warren Kimball, in his role as president of SHAFR, sent a resolution with a similar request to the Secretary of State.
In a letter to President Clinton on June 22, Warren Kimball as President of SHAFR noted that the "membership of the Task Force and the assignment given its various subcommittees indicate that old habits of secrecy dominate its approach.
Al Shafr affirmed that the Federal Aviation Authority is the body concerned in this regard.
The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR) will hold its annual conference 24-27 June 2004 at the University of Texas at Austin.
Paper delivered at the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR) annual meeting, June, in Washington, DC.
General Saif Abdullah Al Shafr, met with the German Ambassador, Nikolai von Schoepff, and the Nigerian Ambassador, Ibrahim Auwalu last Sunday.
The meeting was also attended by Lt-General Saif Abdullah Al Shafr, 
Undersecretary of the ministry, Lt-General Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, Commander-in-Chief of Dubai Police, and senior officers of the ministry.
General Saif Al Shafr, Undersecretary of Ministry of Interior, revealed during the ceremony the four initiatives for those observing traffic rules: the Best Family, Best Labour Complex, Best Young Motorist and Best School.