Some fear larger State Department China desk could be a “massive bureaucratic blob.”
But Benny Gantz also threatens military action if Tehran develops nukes.
The legislation could also force a ruling on whether the military junta committed genocide against the Rohingya.
A month ago, the United Nations was pulling its staff out of Afghanistan. Now, it’s headed back in to avert a major humanitarian crisis.
The agency has a long history of extracting people from danger zones.
State employees protest the continued employment of an “antisemitic” blogger in their ranks.
Experts said Washington needs an envoy to help shepherd Sudan’s tenuous transition to democracy.
Senators quietly press U.S. President Joe Biden to reassess U.S.-Nigeria relations amid human rights concerns.
John Bass has served in some of the most difficult diplomatic assignments abroad, including Turkey and Afghanistan.
Six years after Washington gave $5 million to set up a war crimes court, nothing has happened.
Systemic management and morale issues plague the State Department, even after Trump era.
Beijing is snapping up Ukrainian defense firms. That bodes ill for the would-be NATO member.