The State Department may begin involuntary assignment of U.S. Foreign Service officers to its embassy in Iraq. An update on questions being raised about forced assignments and the State Department mission in Iraq.


  • Ambassador Thomas Krajeski Director, Career Development and Assignments, U.S. Department of State
  • Steven Kashkett Vice president, American Foreign Service Association
  • Ambassador Edward Gnehm Visiting Professor of International Affairs, co-director, Undergraduate Program in International Affairs at The George Washington University, and the former U.S. ambassador to Jordan (2001- 2004)
  • John Brady Kiesling Former career diplomat and political counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Greece


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