The Foreign Service Journal, November 2011

N O V E M B E R 2 0 1 1 / F O R E I G N S E R V I C E J O U R N A L 21 his past June the Foreign Affairs Council published and distributed an assessment of the stewardship of Secretary of State Hillary RodhamClinton as a leader and manager. Titled “Managing Secretary Clin- ton’s State Department: An Independent Assessment,” it was the FAC’s fifth such biennial “report card” on the per- formance of the Secretary of State in this dimension of his or her responsibilities. The Foreign Affairs Council is a nonpartisan umbrella group of 11 organizations, including AFSA, dedicated to sup- C OVER S TORY A M IDTERM M ANAGEMENT A SSESSMENT OF S ECRETARY C LINTON H ERE ARE HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE F OREIGN A FFAIRS C OUNCIL ’ S LATEST BIENNIAL EVALUATION OF THE S ECRETARY OF S TATE ’ S MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE . B Y T HOMAS D. B OYATT John Kachik T