"Outpost: Life on the Frontlines of American Diplomacy" by Christopher R. Hill; Simon & Schuster (448 pages, $30)
For all the suave sophistication the public attaches to the lifestyle of diplomats, foreign correspondents often tend to look on them with the kind of pity reserved for watching caged animals at a zoo.
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