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Stephen W. Bosworth

AKA Stephen Warren Bosworth

Born: 4-Dec-1939

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Diplomat

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to South Korea, 1997-2000

Wife: Christine Holmes (4 children)

    University: BA, Dartmouth College (1961)
    University: George Washington University
    Professor: Columbia University (1990-94)
    Professor: Hamilton College (1993)
    Administrator: Trustee, Dartmouth College (1992-2002)
    Administrator: Dean, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (2001-)

    US State Department Special Representative for North Korea Policy (2009-)
    US Ambassador to South Korea (1997-2001)
    US Ambassador to the Philippines (1984-87)
    Director of Policy Planning (1983-84)
    US State Department Deputy Asst. Secy. for Inter-American Affairs (1981-82)
    US Ambassador to Tunisia (1979-81)
    US State Department Deputy Asst. Secy. for International Resources & Food Policy (1976-79)
    US State Department Director, Office of Fuels and Energy (1974-76)
    US State Department Economic Officer, Paris, France (1971-74)
    US State Department Economic Officer, Madrid, Spain (1967-71)
    US State Department Panama Desk Officer (1964-66)
    US State Department Principal Officer, Colon, Panama (1963-64)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Panama (1962-63)
    Member of the Board of Franklin Resources
    Member of the Board of International Textile Group
    American Academy of Diplomacy
    American Academy of Arts and Sciences Member (2010)
    Terror Free Tomorrow Advisory Board
    Council on Foreign Relations Board of Directors

Author of books:
Chasing the Sun: Rethinking East Asian Policy Since 1992 (2006, with Morton I. Abramowitz)


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