Wendy Sherman

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How Biden nominee Wendy Sherman can pull off a deal with North Korea where others failed

Having finally been confirmed as the next U.S. deputy secretary of state this week, Wendy Sherman will now oversee Washington’s foremost foreign policy challenges — including North Korea. But any success she might have there will hinge on abandoning her predecessors' failed pressure-based approach to force North Korea’s unilateral denuclearization before any other diplomatic progress is made on the peninsula, which has become an increasingly unrealistic goal. Instead, she will have to advance diplomacy toward first achieving peace, then normalized relations, and, ultimately, demilitarization and denuclearization.
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Biden selects Wendy Sherman for No. 2 State Department post

President-elect Joe Biden on Saturday formally announced longtime diplomat Wendy Sherman as his pick to serve as the No. 2 official at the State Department, putting forward another top Obama-era official for a key role in his incoming administration. Sherman served as the under secretary of State for political affairs,...
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Sara A. Carter

Biden to pick Iran nuclear deal negotiator Wendy Sherman for deputy secretary of state: report

President-elect Joe Biden will nominate a chief architect of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, Wendy Sherman, to serve as deputy secretary of state, Politico exclusively reported Tuesday. Presently, Sherman has a senior counselor role at the Albright Stonebridge Group, the same firm where Linda Thomas-Greenfield, the president-elect’s nominee for U.S....