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Under Biden, Diplomacy Is an Attractive Career Again

Ismaila Whittier, a graduate student at the Harvard Kennedy School, remembers the moment he applied to become a Foreign Service officer, propelled in part by…

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Insiders Jockey for Whittled-Down Ambassadorship Slots

Mr. Biden has a smaller network of big donors than many politicians, making the musical chairs of selecting ambassadors slightly less complicated than it would…

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With Biden Behind on Confirmations, Senators Are Overloaded With Hearings

WASHINGTON — President Biden’s cabinet took steps toward belated completion on Tuesday with the confirmation of a United Nations ambassador and an agriculture secretary, but…

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Biden’s National Security Team Offers a Sharp Turn. But in Which Direction?

WILMINGTON, Del. — President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. formally introduced a national security team on Tuesday custom designed to repudiate President Trump’s nationalistic isolationism. His…

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Biden Will Nominate First Woman to Lead Intelligence, First Latino to Run Homeland Security

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. plans to name several top national security picks on Tuesday, his transition office said, including the first Latino…

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