diplomats

Same-sex couples used to be eligible for spousal visas, given how few countries recognize the right to marry.
Moscow is kicking out American diplomats in a tit-for-tat response to the U.S. reaction to the poisoning of a former Russian spy in the U.K.
She was there to help Tillerson slash budgets and push out diplomats.
Sean Spicer Says U.S. Diplomats Should Get With The Program Or Leave
Sean Spicer Says U.S. Diplomats Should Get With The Program Or Leave
I find it unacceptable when one's patriotism and one's love of country is called into question when one advocates for peaceful means of conflict resolution, for it is also an act of patriotism to work to keep our brave and courageous troops out of harm's way, and to work to create conditions and understanding that ultimately make war less likely.
Today, marathon diplomacy has become more and more related to bureaucratic processes. Often, these processes are put in place to strengthen inclusivity and accountability. They also risk slowing down diplomacy to such an extent that it can harm its effectiveness.
The Delegates' Lounge though served a more useful function than the trivial that this article might initially indicate. It is a common, neutral ground where ambassadors might bump into each other, even if their capitals did not have formal diplomatic relations.
The United Nations is not equipped to address criminal conduct in its ranks. The Secretariat's reaction to the reports of rape and sodomy that have surfaced this summer involving UN personnel, either as suspects or reporters, make that much abundantly clear.
Instead of advocating for the return of the draft, Moulton was joining prominent leaders such as President Obama and General McChrystal (who is leading the Franklin Project) to call on all Americans to engage in some act of public service in their lifetime -- just as the civilians who I served with had done.