The relative silence from the State Department over the first month of the Trump Administration has led some to an eerie conclusion that Secretary Tillerson’s agency has been sidelined or somehow marginalized in the Washington foreign policy arena. How much of this is just a temporary phenomenon, due primarily to slow White House decisions on key State Department personnel, along with the apparent flurry of high profile foreign affairs events and pronouncements/tweets from the White House, rem...

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