Sunday, April 22nd 2012
Here’s a thought: why don't the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS) agents protect the President when he travels to foreign countries?
If there is a constant theme in public diplomacy, it is that the people in the field, at the embassy, know best how to do what the USG needs done.
One reason the Secret Service agents in Cartagena got caught with their pants down (metaphorically speaking) is because they were out of their element. They were in unfamiliar, foreign territory.Read More