"Tillerson’s ouster is a sign of continued turbulence in U.S. foreign policy. A potential silver lining is that the State Department will fare better under someone who has Trump’s ear."
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“Tillerson’s ouster is a sign of continued turbulence in U.S. foreign policy,” says professor of government Jessica Chen Weiss. “A potential silver lining is that the State Department will fare better under someone who has Trump’s ear.”
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