The Foreign Service Journal, June 2019

6 JUNE 2019 | THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL 79 Family Member Matters Home Alone: Why Repatriation Is So Darn Hard By J e s s i c a Pow l ey Ha yd e n 81 Reflections Betty Friedan in Budapest By Be a t r i c e Camp 82 Local Lens Mount Kinabalu, Malaysia By Wi l l i am Fo l l me r 41 AFSA Honors Fallen Colleagues 42 Rolling Moment of Silence Across the Globe 43 AFSA Holds Election Town Hall 44 State VP Voice—The Terrible Twos 45 FAS VP Voice—Looking Forward to the FSJ ’s Bicentennial: FAS in 2119 46 The BUILD Act: AFSA Hosts Discussion on New Economic Diplomacy Tool 47 AFSA on the Hill—Framing the Case for Diplomacy 48 Book Notes: The Back Channel with Ambassador Bill Burns 49 AFSA Honors 2018 Sinclaire Language Award Recipients 49 FSJ Welcomes New Managing Editor 50 AFSA President in Sarasota 50 Retirement Planning: 5 to 10 Years Out 50 Boosting Community-Owned Businesses 51 Governing Board Meeting, April 2019 AFSA NEWS THE OFFICIAL RECORD OF THE AMERICAN FOREIGN SERVICE ASSOCIATION On the Cover— Silhouette of a migrant family. by Getty Images. Marketplace 72 Classifieds 74 Real Estate 78 Index to Advertisers FOREIGN SERVICE 7 President’s Views A Bipartisan Solution for State: The Case for a 10 Percent Cap By Ba r ba r a S t e p h e n s o n 9 Letter from the Editor Millions on the Move By Sh awn Do rma n 16 Speaking Out Afghanistan— Rightsizing Expectations By An n i e P f o r z h e i me r Perspectives Departments 10 Letters 11 Talking Points 41