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Cameron R. Hume

Cameron R. HumeBorn: 1947

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Diplomat

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Indonesia

Entered the Foreign Service in 1970.

    University: Princeton University
    Law School: School of Law, American University
    Scholar: Fellow, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University (1989-90)

    US Ambassador to Indonesia (2007-)
    US Ambassador to Sudan ad interim (2006-07)
    US State Department Deputy Inspector General (2004-05)
    US Ambassador to South Africa (2001-04)
    US Ambassador to Algeria (1997-2000)
    US State Department Minister-Counselor for Political Affairs, US Mission to the UN (1994-97)
    US State Department Deputy Chief of Mission, Vatican City (1991-94)
    US State Department Senior Adviser on the Middle East, US Mission to the UN (1990-91)
    US State Department Adviser on the Middle East, US Mission to the UN (1986-90)
    US State Department Political Counselor, Damascus (1980s?)
    US State Department Political Counselor, Beirut (1980s?)
    US State Department Director, Foreign Service Institute Field School, Tunis, Algeria (1980s?)
    US State Department Desk officer, South Africa (1970s?)
    US State Department Planning staff, Secretary of State (1970s?)
    US State Department Advisor on Human Rights, US Mission to the UN (1970s?)
    US State Department Vice Consul, Palermo, Italy (1970s?)
    US Institute of Peace Guest scholar (1994)
    Council on Foreign Relations Fellow (1975-76)
    Peace Corps Libya (1968-69)

Author of books:
The United Nations, Iran and Iraq: How Peacemaking Changed (1994, diplomacy)
Ending Mozambique's War (1994, diplomacy, US Institute of Peace)
Mission to Algiers: Diplomacy by Engagement (2006, diplomacy)


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