Nearly one year into office, the Biden administration is still missing ambassadors in key parts of the world — including India and Pakistan. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee considered candidates for those two posts Tuesday — marking a step forward in what has been a painstakingly slow process to fill embassies. Amna Nawaz explores what this means for U.S. diplomacy.
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