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Atlantic Partnership

ORGANIZATION

"Atlantic Partnership is a bipartisan initiative that aims to foster debate about the relationship between America and Europe while promoting the benefits of a strong and stable Atlantic community of nations. Founded by leader of the Conservative Party Michael Howard in 2001, AP seeks to influence the transatlantic debate through sought-after breakfast meetings, occasional conferences and the media activities of our impressive stable of chairmen, vice-chairmen, patrons and panellists. AP operates in Europe as the Atlantic Education Project, a registered charity, and in the United States as Friends of Atlantic Partnership, a 501(c)(3) organisation."

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

Location:
Washington, DC

Founding Date:
2001

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Richard R. Burt
Diplomat
3-Feb-1947   US Ambassador to Germany, 1985-89
Lord Chadlington
Business
?   CEO of Huntsworth
William Cohen
Government
28-Aug-1940   US Secretary of Defense, 1997-01
Michael Howard
Politician
7-Jul-1941   UK Home Secretary, 1993-97
Tom Lantos
Politician
1-Feb-1928 11-Feb-2008 Congressman from California, 1981-2008
Pierre Lellouche
Government
3-May-1951   President of the NATO Assembly, 2004-06
Sam Nunn
Politician
8-Sep-1938   US Senator from Georgia, 1972-97
Charles Powell
Business
6-Jun-1941   Private Secretary to Thatcher, 1983-90
James P. Rubin
Government
1960   State Department Spokesman, 1997-2000
Brent Scowcroft
Government
19-Mar-1925   National Security Advisor to Ford and GHWB


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