Robin Raphel’s resume made her a strong candidate to oversee more than a billion dollars in nonmilitary aid to Pakistan.

The retired foreign service veteran had decades of experience, much of it involving Pakistan and South Asia. President Bill Clinton tapped Raphel to be his point person on South Asia policy. Later, during the Bush administration, she monitored federal spending in Iraq.

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