Ankit Panda

The Diplomat

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Ankit Panda is a senior editor at online magazine The Diplomat, where he covers international security, political economy and geo-politics in the Asia-Pacific region, and the host of its Asia Geopolitics Podcast.

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So many of his Department's top jobs are still unfilled that Rex Tillerson seems like a lonely Secretary of State, and as a diplomat, he's an amateur.

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