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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Pearl Rachlin Richardson, 85, wife of retired Foreign Service officer Cecil Richardson, died May 19 in Washington, D.
In addition to endorsing Mitchell, the Senate late Tuesday confirmed the appointment of career foreign service officer David Bruce, approved a wide-ranging law on Myanmar in 2008 that tightened sanctions.
She was addressing to the passing out ceremony of the 30th Specialized Diplomatic Course and the inaugural ceremony of the 31st Specialized Diplomatic Course of the Foreign Service Officers at the Foreign Service Academy here on Tuesday.
“With recommendations from GLIFAA, we were able to quickly change the Department of State's policy and provide benefits for same-sex partners of Foreign Service officers.
The newspaper said the shift was spelled out in an internal memorandum Secretary of State Hillary Clinton sent last week to an association of gay and lesbian foreign service officers.
The book is based on the authors' own experiences and interviews with more than 85 current and former Foreign Service officers.
Incoming is coming in every day, rockets are hitting the Green Zone," said Jack Croddy, a senior foreign service officer.
com Set in the 1960s, "Day of the Dead" is a political novel about a young Foreign Service Officer who comes to Saigon, Vietnam to be the Ambassador's Aide.