Wendy Ruth Sherman (born June 7, 1949) is a professor of the practice of public leadership and director of the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School. Additionally, she is a Senior Counselor at Albright Stonebridge Group and a Senior Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. She served as Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs, the fourth-ranking official in the U.S. Department of State, from September 2011 to October 2015. She has formerly worked as a social worker, the director of EMILY's list, the director of Maryland's office of child welfare, and the founding president of the Fannie Mae Foundation. During the Clinton Administration, she served as Counselor of the United States Department of State and Special Advisor to the President and Secretary of State and North Korea Policy Coordinator. In the latter role, she was instrumental in negotiations related to North Korea's nuclear weapon and ballistic missile programs. She was also the lead negotiator for the Iran nuclear deal.
Seoul, June 7 (SocialNews.XYZ) Deputy US Secretary of State Wendy Sherman on Tuesday warned that North Korea would face a "swift and forceful" response if it conducts a widely anticipated nuclear test.
The Russian ambassador had heard enough about global food shortages caused by his nation’s invasion of Ukraine so, when it was his turn to speak, Vasily Nebenzya offered a classic Kremlinesque retort: He blamed the West. If not for the West’s “unbridled sanctions hysteria” against Russia, Nebenzya told the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday, there would be no threat of starvation among ...
The Biden administration has sent Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman on some tough assignments, from the Iran nuclear negotiations to talks with Russia over Ukraine. NPR's diplomatic correspondent Michele Kelemen reports.
If Russia chooses diplomacy over conflict in Ukraine, you may start hearing the name Wendy Sherman more often. She's the deputy secretary of state and has led the Biden administration's strategic dialogue with Russia. As NPR's diplomatic correspondent Michele Kelemen reports, it's a tough assignment in a world where China and Russia are both challenging the U.S.-led global order.