Cocaleros, paramilitaries, a dirty war and a failing state in Columbia.
An unwavering belief in public service propels Wendy Sherman from local activist to international negotiator.
Putting pedophiles in prison with the help of one of the world's most loathed autocrats.
Zimbabwe's elected authoritarian, Robert Mugabe, seen from a human perspective.
Charles English, 26 and new to the Foreign Service, is among the first American officials on the scene of the Jonestown massacre.
Mike Senko describes rocket-propelled grenades exploding outside his office, driving a car at gunpoint, and the reason Foreign Service Officers volunteer to take these risks.
Tom Miller discusses the decapitation of Greece's November 17 terrorist group, and reminds us that life in the Foreign Service can be very dangerous.
Tom Miller assists refugees and reports on the opium and heroin trade in Asia's golden triangle. A close friend is murdered in retaliation for DEA success.
Jett explains that many Americans are not aware that other countries' laws apply to them, and shares the personal rewards of a Foreign Service career.
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