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“Going behind the scenes of what it means to be a diplomat and learning from such experienced diplomats was invaluable. You won’t get that until after 20 or 30 years of being a diplomat. This training will give you details I don’t think you can gain anywhere else.”
“I wanted to learn something that’s not in the books, and for that you need experienced diplomats. The American approach is more down-to-earth than the European approach. It was interesting to see how they influence people in difficult circumstances.”
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The first diplomat to lead the agency, his tenure is an opportunity to improve the strained relationship between diplomacy and intelligence.
By NICHOLAS KRALEV
As U.S. diplomats try to explain the storming of Capitol Hill, they will face questions about American democracy. One-size-fits-all answers won’t work.
By ROBIN HOLZHAUER