U.S. Intelligence and National
Amb. Inderfurth received his M.A. in Political Science from Princeton
University in 1975. Amb. Inderfurth has served in several capacities at the US
Department of State, including Deputy US Representative to the UN Security
Council, US Representative for Special Political Affairs to the UN, and as
Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs.
Professor of the
Practice of International Affairs and Director of Security Policy Studies
His expertise are: Security policy, national security
budgeting, defense industry, transatlantic defense cooperation, and defense
Office: (202) 994-7003
J.B. and Maurice C.
Shapiro Professor of International Affairs
Leon Fuerth is the former national
security adviser to Vice President Al Gore. Fuerth served on the Principals' Committee of the
National Security Council, alongside the Secretary of State, the Secretary of
Defense, and the President's own national security adviser.
Intelligence Officer in Residence
Fidas was an officer in Greece, Cyprus, and Turkey and
is currently on the International Intelligence Council.
Office: (202) 994-5074
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updated September 21, 2001