Blackwill, Robert D.

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Born: 1939 AD
Currently alive, at 75 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Diplomat, Political Scientist


1939 - Birth of Robert Blackwill. An American diplomat and political scientist.

1967 - He joined the U.S. Foreign Service.

1989 - Served as Special Assistant to President George Bush for European and Soviet Affairs.

1990 - Awarded the Commander's Cross of the Order of Merit by the Federal Republic of Germany.

         - He is the author of many books and articles including co-editor of Conventional Arms Control and East-West Security, and A Primer for the Nuclear Age.

1994-1997 - He also co-edited New Nuclear Nations with Albert Carnesale, 'Damage Limitation or Crisis?', 'Russia and the Outside World' with Sergei Karaganov, and 'Allies Divided: Transatlantic Policies for the Greater Middle East' with Michael Sturmer of German’s Research Institute for International Affairs.

2001 - Served as Presidential Envoy to Iraq.

         - Became the U.S. Ambassador to India.

2003 - Became the United States National Security Council Deputy for Iraq.

2004 - He resigned from his position on 6th of November.

         - He is the President of Barbour Griffith & Rogers International, a Washington lobbying firm.      
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