Bravo for a nice article on fellow diplomat Marie Yovanovitch. It covers the sensitive elements, not just the successes. There are a dozen or more U.S. Foreign Service memoirs published yearly. Most are not about anyone who has hit the front pages like Yovanovitch, but it is interesting to see American diplomacy becoming attractive to Princeton graduates and other young people once again, as in the 1950s, after the years of American security following the fall of the USSR. Please don’t make this the last one.
Editor’s note: Lambrakis is the author of So You Want to be a Diplomat? (2019).