Let’s say you’re a public servant. You’ve taken an oath to uphold the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic, and also to obey the commander-in-chief. What if you can’t do both? And what if following the law slaps you with a $100,000 legal bill? And then why bother serving? Eric Rubin, President of the American Foreign Service Association, shares his experience representing the interests of Foreign Service Officers. See also his article in The Foreign Service Journal: https://afsa.org/time-diplomacy-now.