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Washington Institute for Near East Policy

ORGANIZATION

Thinktank founded 1985 by Martin Indyk, descended from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.

Official Website:
http://www.washingtoninstitute.org/

Location:
Washington, DC

Founding Date:
1985

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Warren Christopher
Government
27-Oct-1925 18-Mar-2011 US Secretary of State, 1993-97
Patrick L. Clawson
Government
30-Mar-1951   Washington Institute For Near East Policy
Lawrence Eagleburger
Government
1-Aug-1930 4-Jun-2011 US Secretary of State, 1992-93
Alexander Haig
Government
2-Dec-1924 20-Feb-2010 US Secretary of State, 1981-82
Cheryl F. Halpern
Government
?   Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Martin Indyk
Diplomat
c. 1951   US Ambassador to Israel, 1995-97, 2000-01
Max Kampelman
Diplomat
7-Nov-1920   US Ambassador to the CSCE
Bud McFarlane
Government
12-Jul-1937   Iran-Contra figure
Mark R. Parris
Diplomat
1950   US Ambassador to Turkey, 1997-2000
Marty Peretz
Publisher
c. 1937   Co-Owner, The New Republic
Richard Perle
Government
16-Sep-1941   Prince of Darkness
Daniel Pipes
Government
9-Sep-1949   Influential neocon
Dennis B. Ross
Diplomat
c. 1949   US Middle East Envoy, 1992-2000
Eugene Victor Rostow
Educator
25-Aug-1913 25-Nov-2002 Dean of Yale Law School, 1955-65
George Shultz
Government
13-Dec-1920   US Secretary of State, 1982-89
Walter P. Stern
Activist
26-Sep-1928   Chairman, Hudson Institute
Raymond Tanter
Scholar
?   Iran Policy Committee founder
Paul Wolfowitz
Government
22-Dec-1943   President of the World Bank, 2005-07
James Woolsey
Government
21-Sep-1941   CIA Director, 1993-95
Mort Zuckerman
Business
4-Jun-1937   Owner, New York Daily News


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