Stephen W. Bosworth
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
Graduate, Dartmouth College. Career includes: 1979-81, US Ambassador to Tunisia and, 1984-87, Philippines; Director, Policy Planning; Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs; Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Affairs; 1993, Sol Linowitz Visiting Professor, Hamilton College; 1990-94, taught international relations, Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs; seven years as President, United States-Japan Foundation; 1995-97, Executive Director, Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization, established by the US, the Republic of Korea, and Japan to deal with North Korea; 1997-2001, US Ambassador to the Republic of Korea; 2009-11, US Special Representative for North Korea Policy. Since 2001, Dean, The Fletcher School, Tufts University. 1992-2002, Member, Board of Trustees and 1996-2000, Board Chair, Dartmouth College. Co-Author: several studies on public policy issues for the Carnegie Endowment, the Century Fund; book entitled ?Chasing the Sun, Rethinking East Asian Policy.?