FORA.tv Speaker - Richard C. Holbrooke

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Biography

Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke was U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs from 1994 through 1996, during which time he led the Bosnian peace talks, which resulted in the Dayton Peace Accords. Prior to becoming Assistant Secretary of State, he was U.S. Ambassador to Germany. He is currently responsible for business development in Europe and the Far East for Credit Suisse First Boston. He also acts as President Clinton's special envoy to Cyprus, and consults with the White House on foreign policy issues. Ambassador Holbrooke is a member of the International Institute of Strategic Studies, the Citizens Committee for New York City, and the Economic Club of New York. Prior to assuming his current post, he was a Director of the Council on Foreign Relations, the America-China Society, the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, and the International Rescue Committee. He is Chairman of the American Academy in Berlin. He is co-author of Counsel to the President, the memoirs of Clark Clifford, as well as numerous articles and columns on foreign policy.

6 Programs

Enhancing America's Role Around the World

08.27.08 | 01:22:56 min | 1 comment

Can We Still Win in Afghanistan?

04.28.07 | 01:09:54 min | 1 comment

Robert B. Zoellick and Amb. Richard C. Holbrooke

04.28.07 | 00:51:03 min | 0 comments

Political Islam in Asia

03.20.07 | 00:58:53 min | 1 comment

Henry Kissinger

01.30.07 | 01:21:44 min | 1 comment

In Memoriam: Richard Holbrooke on Dayton Agreement

11.17.05 | 00:34:53 min | 1 comment