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Job Advice For The New Ambassador To Syria
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Job Advice For The New Ambassador To Syria

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Job Advice For The New Ambassador To Syria

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The U.S. is reportedly poised to name an ambassador to Syria for the first time in four years.

Former Ambassador to Syria Edward Djerejian served under President Ronald Reagan and President George H. W. Bush. He has some advice for his successor.

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