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Afghanistan Czar – Richard Holbrooke

Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan under the Obama administration (Source)

Assistant Secretary of State for two different regions of the world (Asia from 1977–1981, and Europe from 1994–1996) under Carter (Source)

U.S. Ambassador to Germany From 1993–1994 (Source)

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations From 1999–2001 (Source)

Advisor to the Presidential campaign of Senator John Kerry in 2004 (Source)

Worked on the presidential campaign of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton (Source)

Served as campaign coordinator for national security affairs to Governor Jimmy Carter (D-GA) in his bid for the White House (Source)

Managing editor of the magazine Foreign Policy from 1972–1976 (Source)

Consultant to the President’s Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy From 1974-1975 (Source)

Senior advisor to Lehman Brothers, 1981; Managing director of Lehman Brothers From 1985 until 1993 (Source)

Vice president of Public Strategies, Inc. a Washington, D.C.-based consulting firm he formed with James A. Johnson, a former top aide to Walter Mondale (Source)

Vice chairman of Perseus LLC a leading private equity firm (Source)

He was a top policy adviser to then-Senator Al Gore (D-TN) during his 1988 campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination (Source)

Advisor to Bill Clinton in his quest for the White House (Source)

A member of the Board of Directors American International Group (AIG) from February 2001 until July 2008 (Source)

Contributing editor of Newsweek magazine, 1974-1975 (Source)

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From Glenn Beck:

Title: Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan
Salary: unknown
Reports to: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
Appointed: January 2009
Department that might have handled similar issues: State

• Will work with CENTCOM head Gen. David Petraeus to integrate U.S. civilian and military efforts in the region.
• 45 years of experience have made him a fixture of the Democrats’ foreign policy establishment.
• Was U.S. ambassador to U.N., 1999-2001
• Brokered the 1995 Dayton Peace Accords in Bosnia
• Also served as Assistant secretary of state, East Asia and the Pacific (1976 to 1980); worked in foreign service (1962 to 1976)
• From 1972 through 1976, was the editor of Foreign Policy magazine.


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