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Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1910. Publishes the magazine Foreign Policy.

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

Founding Date:
1910

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Morton I. Abramowitz
Diplomat
20-Jan-1933   US Ambassador to Turkey, 1989-91
Dillon Anderson
Government
14-Jul-1906 1974 National Security Advisor, 1955-56
Kofi Annan
Government
8-Apr-1938   Secretary General of the UN, 1997-2006
Donald K. Bandler
Diplomat
1947   US Ambassador to Cyprus, 1999-2002
C. Fred Bergsten
Economist
23-Apr-1941   Institute for International Economics
Bill Bradley
Politician
28-Jul-1943   US Senator from New Jersey, 1979-97
Robert S. Brookings
Business
22-Jan-1850 15-Nov-1932 Brookings Institution
Nicholas Murray Butler
Educator
2-Apr-1862 7-Dec-1947 President of Columbia University, 1901-45
Andrew Carnegie
Business
25-Nov-1835 11-Aug-1919 Robber baron turned philanthropist
John Bates Clark
Economist
26-Jan-1847 21-Mar-1938 Philosophy of Wealth
Gregory B. Craig
Attorney
4-Mar-1945   White House Counsel, 2009
Bill Donaldson
Government
2-Jun-1931   SEC Chairman, 2003-05
John Foster Dulles
Government
25-Feb-1888 24-May-1959 Eisenhower's Secretary of State
Donald V. Fites
Business
20-Jan-1934   CEO of Caterpillar, 1990-99
Leslie H. Gelb
Government
4-Mar-1937   President, Council on Foreign Relations, 1993-2003
William W. George
Business
14-Sep-1942   CEO of Medtronic, 1991-2001
Jamie S. Gorelick
Attorney
6-May-1950   9-11 Commission member
Richard Haass
Government
28-Jul-1951   President, Council on Foreign Relations
Alger Hiss
Government
11-Nov-1904 15-Nov-1996 Accused spy for the Soviet Union
Richard C. Holbrooke
Diplomat
24-Apr-1941 13-Dec-2010 US Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan
Christopher Van Hollen
Diplomat
23-Sep-1922   US Ambassador to Sri Lanka, 1972-76
Shirley Hufstedler
Judge
24-Aug-1925   US Secretary of Education, 1979-81
Thomas L. Hughes
Government
?   Carnegie Endowment for Int'l Peace
Heather F. Hurlburt
Activist
c. 1967   Executive Director, National Security Network
William G. Hyland
Government
18-Jan-1929 25-Mar-2008 Editor of Foreign Affairs, 1984-93
Josef Joffe
Editor
15-Mar-1944   Editor of Die Zeit
Robert Kagan
Government
26-Sep-1958   Influential neocon, cofounded PNAC
Donald Kennedy
Educator
18-Aug-1931   Editor-in-Chief of Science
Joshua Kurlantzick
Journalist
c. 1976   Charm Offensive
William M. Lewis, Jr.
Business
30-Apr-1956   Co-Chair Investment Banking at Lazard
Winston Lord
Diplomat
17-Aug-1937   President, Council on Foreign Relations, 1977-85
Jessica Tuchman Mathews
Government
1946   Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Michael McFaul
Diplomat
1963   US Ambassador to Russia
Andrew J. Montague
Politician
3-Oct-1862 24-Jan-1937 Governor and Congressman from Virginia
Edward R. Murrow
Journalist
25-Apr-1908 27-Apr-1965 The epitome of broadcast journalism
Robert B. Oakley
Diplomat
12-Mar-1931   US Ambassador to Pakistan, 1988-91
Hilda Ochoa-Brillembourg
Business
c. 1944   Strategic Investment Group
George R. Perkovich
Author
c. 1959   India's Nuclear Bomb
Samantha Power
Author
21-Sep-1970   A Problem From Hell
Norman F. Ramsey
Physicist
27-Aug-1915 4-Nov-2011 Energy levels of atoms
Elihu Root
Government
15-Feb-1845 7-Feb-1937 Senator, Secretary of War, State
David Rothkopf
Author
24-Dec-1955   Superclass
Dimitri K. Simes
Government
?   Nixon Center
Stephen Solarz
Politician
12-Sep-1940 29-Nov-2010 Congressman from New York, 1975-93
Ted Sorensen
Attorney
8-May-1928 31-Oct-2010 Aide to JFK
Ronald Steel
Scholar
25-Mar-1931   Pax Americana
Paula Stern
Government
31-Mar-1945   Chairman, Int'l. Trade Commission, 1984-86
Shirley M. Tilghman
Educator
17-Sep-1946   President of Princeton University
Viron P. Vaky
Diplomat
13-Sep-1926   US Ambassador to Venezuela, 1976
Robert E. White
Diplomat
21-Sep-1926   US Ambassador to El Salvador, 1980-81


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