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Thomas W. Simons

AKA Thomas W. Simons, Jr.

Born: 4-Sep-1938
Birthplace: Crosby, MT

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Diplomat

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: US Ambassador to Pakistan, 1995-98

Wife: Peggy (two children)

    University: BA, Yale University (1958)
    University: MA, Harvard University (1959)
    University: PhD, Harvard University (1963)
    Scholar: Diplomat-in-Residence, Brown University (1989-90)
    Professor: Consulting Prof. of 20th Century Intl. History, Stanford University (1998-2002)
    Professor: Director, Program on Eurasia in Transition, Harvard University (2002-)

    US Ambassador to Pakistan (1996-98)
    US Ambassador to Poland (1990-93)
    US State Department Deputy Asst. Secy, European & Canadian Affairs (1986-89)
    US State Department Director for Soviet Union Affairs (1981-85)
    US State Department Counselor for Political Affairs, London, England (1979-81)
    US State Department Deputy Chief of Mission, Bucharest, Romania (1977-79)
    US State Department Chief, External Reporting Unit, Political Section, Moscow, Russia (1975-77)
    US State Department Policy Planning Staff (1974-75)
    US State Department International Relations Officer, Political-Military Bureau (1972-74)
    US State Department Political officer, Warsaw, Poland (1969-71)
    US State Department Consular officer, Warsaw, Poland (1968-69)
    US Official Secretary of Delegation to the GATT (1964-67)
    Hoover Institution Council on Foreign Relations International Fellow (1971-72)
    Hoover Institution Distinguished Visiting Fellow (1998-)

Author of books:
The End of the Cold War? (1990, history)
Eastern Europe in the Postwar World (1993, history)
Islam in a Globalizing World (1993, history)

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