INSIDE THE WORLD OF MODERN DIPLOMACY
By VIRGINIA BLASER
“We don’t recruit people for jobs; we recruit them for careers and a way of life,” Linda Thomas-Greenfield said.
By NICHOLAS KRALEV
We diplomats often identify with our job, and when we leave, we find ourselves confronting an identity crisis — or even loss of identity.
By CHARLES RAY
Russian and Chinese obstructionism puts millions at risk of starvation and disease. The Covid-19 pandemic makes things much worse.
By CHRIS EHLING
Diplomacy isn’t magic fairy dust you sprinkle on international crises when they erupt. It’s a skill and a day job. It’s quiet and unassuming.
By ELIZABETH SHACKELFORD