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Diplomats' Occupational Ailment?
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The problem of alcoholism among U.S. employees who serve tours in embassies abroad, interspersed with periods of service at home, is numerically large. Counting only employees of State, AID [Agency for International Development], and USIA [U.S. Information Agency] and their dependents, the Foreign Service roster is about 60,000. Statistically, more than 6,000 of these people are in various stages of... Login to read more
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