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James B. Steinberg

James B. SteinbergBorn: 7-May-1953

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Deputy Secretary of State

Father: (jeweler)
Wife: Sherburne B. Abbott (environmental advisor, EOP, two adopted Chinese daughters)

    High School: Phillips Academy, Andover, MA (1970)
    University: BA, Harvard University (1973)
    Law School: JD, Yale Law School (1978)
    Administrator: Dean, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, University of Texas at Austin (2006-09)

    US Deputy Secretary of State (2009-)
    Brookings Institution VP & Director, Foreign Policy Studies (2001-05)
    Markle Foundation Senior Advisor (2001)
    White House Deputy National Security Advisor (1996-2000)
    Director of Policy Planning (1994-96)
    US State Department Chief of Staff (1994-96)
    US State Department Depy. Asst. Secy. for Analysis, Bureau of Intel. & Research (1993-94)
    RAND Corporation Senior Analyst (1989-93)
    International Institute for Strategic Studies Senior Fellow (1985-87)
    Congressional Staff Aide on Armed Services Committe to Sen. Ted Kennedy (1983-85)
    Congressional Staff Minority Counsel, Senate Labor & HR Committee (1981-83)
    US Justice Department Special Asst. to the Asst. Attorney General, Civil Division (1979-80)
    Law Clerk to Judge David L. Bazelon, DC Circuit Court of Appeals (1978-79)
    US Health, Education and Welfare Department Special Asst. to Asst. Secy. for Planning & Evaluation (1977)
    Aspen Institute Aspen Strategy Group
    Bilderberg Group
    Council on Foreign Relations
    District of Columbia Bar
    Pacific Council on International Policy Board of Directors
    Trilateral Commission
    Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Board of Directors
    Washington Quarterly Editorial Board

Author of books:
An Ever Closer Union: European Integration and Its Implications for the Future of U.S.-European Relations (1993)
Difficult Transitions: Foreign Policy Troubles at the Outset of Presidential Power (2008, foreign policy, with Kurt M. Campbell)

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