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1951 – Born in the city of Mazari Sharif in northern Afghanistan on the 22nd of March.          – He emigrated to the United States as a high school exchange student, but attained his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the American University of Beirut, Lebanon. 1979 – Dr. Khalilzad was an Assistant Professor of ..

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1904 – Born on the 16th of February in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 1928 – Joined the State Department’s Division of Eastern European Affairs. 1929 – Began a program on history, politics, and the Russian language at the University of Berlin’s Oriental Institute. 1939 – He was assigned to the embassy in Berlin. 1941 – He was ..

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1929 – Joseph Charles Kennedy or X.J Kennedy, born on the 21st of August in Dover, New Jersey. He is a poet, translator, anthologist, editor, and bestselling writer of children’s literature as well as student textbooks on English literature and poetry. 1950 – 1951 – Attended Seton Hall (BSc) and Columbia University (MA). 1955 – ..

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1914 – Born on April 24th in Lodz, Poland. Polish diplomat and resistance leader in World War II. 1935 – He received a masters degree in Law and Diplomatic Science at the University of Lvov. 1936-1938 – Served in various diplomatic posts in Germany, Switzerland, and Great Britain. 1939 – He became a POW of ..

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Estonian diplomat 1905 – Ernst Jaakson was born of Estonian parents in Riga, Latvia on 11th of August. Studied economy at the University of Latvia and law at the University of Tartu. Graduated from Columbia University with the BA degree in economics. 1919 – Jaakson began work in the Estonian Embassy in Riga. 1926-1928 – ..

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1891 – Born on December 17th in Shanghai. Chinese-Taiwanese anti-Communist, philosopher, reformer, and scholar. 1914 – Hu came to Columbia after graduating from Cornell. 1917 – Hu earned a doctorate in philosophy and remained close to his mentor over the years. 1919 – When Dewey visited China in April for a two-year lecture tour of ..

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1859 – George Horton, born on the 11th of October in Fairville. He was a member of the US diplomatic corps who held several consular offices, principally in Greece, in late 19th century and early 20th century. 1893 – He became U.S. Consul in Athens, where he actively promoted the revival of the Olympic Games ..

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1924 – Born in Mattoon, Illinois on the 31st of May. 1945 – Harris graduated summa cum laude from Howard University. 1949-1953 – She did postgraduate work at the University of Chicago and at American University, she worked as Assistant Director of the American Council on Human Rights. 1955 – She was elected Phi Beta ..

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