Books: A citizen diplomat reflects

‘Bucharest Diary’ is a vivid memoir by a former US envoy to Romania.

By NORMAN EISEN
June 28, 2019 09:05
Books: A citizen diplomat reflects

Alfred H. Moses, chairman of the board of Beit Hatfutsot and former US ambassador to Romania. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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Almost 250 years ago, the fledgling democracy of the United States sent its first citizen diplomats – including luminaries such as Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin – to a dubious Europe dominated by 18th-century monarchies. To this day, we continue the practice, supplementing our now large core of career diplomats with amateur envoys – political ambassadors who have enjoyed success in other fields before turning to diplomacy.

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