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Profile: Morton I. Abramowitz


Positions that Morton I. Abramowitz has held:

  • Acting President, International Crisis Group (1997)
  • President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1991?97)
  • US Ambassador to Turkey (1989?91)
  • Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research (1985?89)
  • US Ambassador to the Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction Negotiations in Vienna (1983?84)
  • US Ambassador to Thailand (1978?81)
  • Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Inter-American, East Asian, and Pacific Affairs (1974?78)
  • Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (1972?73)




Quote, March 2004

   “I can only tell you I think Dick has enormous credibility. He's got a first-class intellect. He's very dedicated. He tries to make things happen. He doesn't hesitate to take unpopular stances, and he doesn't hesitate to push the envelope. ....Dick is a serious player. He's been involved in this business for years. You can't overlook what Dick is saying.” [New York Times, 3/23/04]

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