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  • 1. Meridian International CenterProfessional Exchanges Division Notable Visitors
  • 2. Hamid Karzai• President of Afghanistan (2004- present)• President of the Afghan Transitional Administration (2002-2004)• Chairman of the Transitional Administration of Afghanistan (2001-2002)RP ’88-Peck
  • 3. Raul Alfonsin• President of Argentina (1983-1989)• Established the Permanent Assembly for Human Rights (1975)• Representative in the Argentine Chamber of Deputies (1963-1966)IV ’76Member, UCR National Committee-Chapman
  • 4. Fernando De La Rua• President of Argentina (1999-2001)• 1st Chief of Government of Buenos Aires (1996-1999)• Senator for Buenos Aires (1973-1976, 1983-1989, 1992-1996)IV ’66Advisor to the Secretary of the Interior-Hunt
  • 5. Luis Moreno-Ocampo• Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (2003-present) – Charged President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan with genocide• District Attorney for the Federal Circuit of the City of Buenos Aires (1987-1992)• Assistant Prosecutor at the “Trial of the Juntas” (1985)IV ’88Chief Prosecutor, Federal District ofBuenos Aires-Buttermark
  • 6. Malcolm Fraser• Prime Minister of Australia (1975-1983)• Australian Minister of Defense (1969-1971)• Australian Minister for Education and Science (1968-1969)• Australian Minister for the Army (1966-1968)IV ’64Member of the House ofRepresentatives-Keogh
  • 7. William Hayden• Governor-General of Australia (1989-1996)• Australian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade (1983-1988)• Australian Minister for Social Security (1972-1975)• Member of the Australian Parliament for Oxley (1961-1988)IV ’70Member of Parliament, AustralianLabour Party-Keogh
  • 8. Paul Keating• Prime Minister of Australia (1991-1996)• Deputy Prime Minister of Australia (1990-1991)• Treasurer of Australia (1983-1991)• Member of the Australian Parliament for Blaxland (1969-1996)RP ’71: “Asian MPs”Member of Parliament-Hancock
  • 9. Gough Whitlam• Prime Minister of Australia (1972-1975)• Leader of the Australian Labour Party (1967-1977)IV ’64Deputy Leader, Australia LabourParty-Mahin
  • 10. Heinz Fischer• President of Austria (2004- present)• President of the Austrian National Council (1990-2002)• Austrian Minister of Science (1983-1987)• Member of the Austrian National Council (1971-2004)IV ’64Secretary, Socialist ParliamentaryFaction-Keogh
  • 11. Bruno Kreisky• Chancellor of Austria (1970-1983)• Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs (1959-1966)• Member of the Nationalrat (1956-1966)• Undersecretary of the Foreign Affairs Department of the Austrian Chancellery (1953-1956)• Assistant Chief of Staff and Political Advisor to President Theodor Korner (1951-1953)IV ’58State Secretary for Foreign Affairs-Mettger
  • 12. Reinhold Lopatka• Austrian State Secretary in the Ministry of Finance (2008-present)• Secretary of the Austrian People’s Party (2003-2007)• Deputy to the National Council (2003-2007)• Styria Austrian People’s Party (OVP) State Manager (1993-2001)VV ’85: Young Political LeadersState Chairman of Young People’sParty-Thunander/Vasko
  • 13. Peter Pilz• Member of the Austrian Nationalrat (1986-1991, 1999- present) – Called for Arnold Schwarzenegger to lose his Austrian citizenship in 2005 due to his support for the death penalty.• Federal Spokesperson for the Green Party (1992-1994)IV ’88Member of Parliament, Green Party-Calambokidis/Brown
  • 14. Wolfgang Schussel• Chairman of the Austrian People’s Party (2007-2011)• Chancellor of Austria (2000-2007)• Vice Chancellor of Austria (1995-2000)• Austrian Minister of Foreign Affairs (1995-2000)• Austrian Minister for Economic Affairs (1989-1995)IV ’71, SCP ’84: “Austrian MPs”Secretary, Parliament; MP-Slavik/Thel
  • 15. Fred Sinowatz• Chancellor of Austria (1983-1986)• Vice Chancellor of Austria (1981-1983)• Austrian Minister of Education and Art (1971-1983)IV ’631st President, Burgenland ProvincialLegislature-Spray/Frucht
  • 16. Fakhruddin Ahmed• Prime Minister of Bangladesh (2007-2009)• Managing Director of PFSF Microcredit (2005-2007)• Governor of the Bangladesh Bank (2001-2005)IV ’77Joint Secretary, Ministry of Planning-Slavik/Copenhauer
  • 17. Tom Adams• 2nd Prime Minister of Barbados (1976-1985)• Leader of the Barbados Opposition (1971-1976)• Member of the Barbados Parliament (1966-1985)IV ‘73
  • 18. Lloyd Erskine Sandiford• Prime Minister of Barbados (1987-1994)• Deputy Prime Minister of Babados (1986-1987)• Member of the Barbados House of Assembly (1971-1976)• Senator of Barbados (1967-1971)IV ’75Minister of Education, Youth Affairs,Community Development, and Sports-Fosdick
  • 19. Pieter De Crem• Belgian Minister of Defense (2007- present)• Leader of the Christen- Democratisch en Vlaams Party (2003-2007)• Mayor of Aalter, East Flanders (1995-present)• Member of Parliament in the Chamber of Representatives (1995-2007)RP ’99: “NATO”-Calambokidis
  • 20. Wilfried Martens• President of the European People’s Party (1992-present)• Belgian Senator (1991-1994)• Prime Minister of Belgium (1979-1992)• Deputy in the Belgian Chamber of Representatives (1974-1991)IV ’71Member, National Committee of theChristian Socialist Party-DePuy
  • 21. Leo Tindemans• Member of the European Parliament (1979-1981, 1989-1999)• Belgian Minister of Foreign Affairs (1982-1989)• Prime Minister of Belgium (1974-1978)• Member of the Belgian Parliament (1961-1989)IV ’67Member of Parliament-Lunau
  • 22. Guy Verhofstadt• Chairperson of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe, European Parliament (2009-present)• Prime Minister of Belgium (1999-2008)IV ’83President, Belgian PVV-Hancock/Conley
  • 23. Jigme Yoser Thinley• Prime Minister of Bhutan (1998-1999, 2003-2004, 2008- present)• Bhutan Minister of Foreign Affairs (1998-2003)• Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs (1992-1994)IV ’87Director of Education-Probasco/Reedy
  • 24. Zeljko Komsic• President of Bosnia-Herzegovina (2009-2010, 2011-present)• Croat Member of the Presidency of Bosnia-Herzegovina (2006- present)• Bosnian Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1998-2002)SCP ’01: “Municipal GovernmentIssues”-Vricella
  • 25. Zlatko Lagumdzija• Bosnian Foreign Minister (2001-2003)• Chairman of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia-Herzegovina (2001-2002)• President of the Bosnian Social Democratic Party (1997-present)• Member of the House of Representatives of the Parliamentary Assembly (1996-present)IV ’95Vice President, Social Democratic Party-Christensen
  • 26. Quett K.J. Masire• 2nd President of Botswana (1980-1998)• Vice President of Botswana (1966-1980)• Co-Founder of the Botswana Democratic Party (1962)IV ’75Vice President of Botswana-Polk
  • 27. Jose Sarney Costa• President of the Brazilian Senate (1995-1997, 2003-2005, 2009- present)• President of Brazil (1985-1990)• Vice President of Brazil (1985)• Governor of Maranhao (1966-1971)SCP ’64: “Brazilian LegislativeDelegation”Member, Chamber of Deputies-B. Johnson
  • 28. Sylvie Kinigi• President of Burundi (1993-1994)• Prime Minister of Burundi (1993-1994) – First and only woman to hold the position. Took over after President was killed in a coup attempt.• Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister for Economic PolicyIV ’94Former Prime Minister-Lewis
  • 29. Edward Schreyer• Governor-General of Canada (1979-1984)• Premier of Manitoba (1969-1977)• Member of the Canadian House of Commons (1965-1969)• Member of the Manitoban Legislative Assembly (1958-1965)IV ’78Leader of the Opposition, ManitobaLegislative Assembly-Keogh/Hill
  • 30. Andre-Dieudonne Kolingba• President of the Central African Republic (1981-1993) – Took power in bloodless coup d’etat• Chief of Staff of the Army of the Central Africa Republic (1981)• CAR Minister of Defense (1979-1981)• Brigadier General of Army of the Central African Republic (1973-1981)IV ’66Assistant Director, Radio Bangui-Payne
  • 31. Juan Guzman• Justice of the Court of Appeals of Santiago, Chile• Prosecutor, Chilean Court System (1970-2005) – Led the request to strip General Augusto Pinochet of his diplomatic immunity in 2005MRP ’93: “Independent Judiciary andRule of Law”-Blalock
  • 32. Ricardo Lagos• UN Special Envoy on Climate Change (2007-present)• President of Chile (2000-2006)• Minister of Public Works (1994-1998)• Minister of Education (1990-1992)VV ’88President, Party for Democracy*Traveled with Alvaro Uribe-Miller/Pereira
  • 33. Belisario Betancur• Chair of the UN Commission on the Truth for El Salvador (1992-1993)• President of Colombia (1982-1986)• Colombian Ambassador to Spain (1975-1977)• Colombian Minister of Labor (1962-1963)IV ‘52
  • 34. Cesar Gaviria Trujillo• Secretary-General of the Organization for American States (1994-2004)• President of Colombia (1990-1994)• Colombian Minister of Government (1987-1989)• Member of the Colombian Chamber of Representatives (1974-1986)IV ’82Member, House of Representatives-Keogh/Gerson
  • 35. Alvaro Uribe• President of Colombia (2002-2010)• Governor of Antioquia (1995-1997)• Senator of Antioquia (1986-1994)• Mayor of Medellin (1982)VV ’88Senator, Department of Antioquia*Traveled with Ricardo Lagos-Miller/Pereira
  • 36. Ivica Racan• Prime Minister of Croatia (2000-2003)• 1st President of the Croatian Social Democratic Party (1990-2007)• Chairman of the League of Communists in Croatia (1989-1991)SCP ’98President, Social Democratic Party-Starr
  • 37. Zlatko Tomcic• Acting President of Croatia (2000)• President of the Croatian Parliament (2000-2003)• Member of the Croatian Parliament (1995-2006)• President of the Croatian Peasant Party (1994-2005)SCP ’98President, Croatian Peasant Party-Starr
  • 38. Franjo Tudjman• 1st President of Croatia (1990-1999)• Founder of the Croatian Democratic Union Party (1989)IV ’66Director, Institute of History of theWorkers’ Movement-Slavik
  • 39. Moise Tshombe• Prime Minister of Congo (1964-1965)• 1st President of Katanga (1960-1963) – Seceded from Congo after independenceIV ’60President, CONAKAT Party-Lunau
  • 40. Petr Necas• Prime Minister of the Czech Republic (2010-present)• Leader of the Czech Civic Democrat Party (2010-present)• Czech Minister of Labour and Social Affairs (2006-2009)RP ’99: “NATO: The Future of theAlliance”Chairman, Defense and SecurityCommittee, House of Representatives-Calambokidis/Oliver
  • 41. Anders Fogh Rasmussen• Secretary General of NATO (2008-present)• Prime Minister of Denmark (2001-2009)• Leader of Danish Venstre Party (1998-2009)IV ’82Member of Parliament-Cabiati/Stilley
  • 42. Lars Rasmussen• Prime Minister of Denmark (2009-2011)• Leader of the Danish Venstre Party (2009-present)• Danish Minister of Finance (2007-2009)• Danish Minister of the Interior and Health (2001-2007)MRP ’89: “Current Social, Political,and Economic Issues”President, Youth Branch, Venstre-Cabiati/Brothers
  • 43. Patrick John• President of the Dominica Football Association (1992-2006, 2008-present)• 1st Prime Minister of Dominica (1978-1979)• Premier of Dominica (1974-1978)SCP ’77Premier of Dominica-Fosdick/Benner
  • 44. Salvador Jorge Blanco• President of the Dominican Republic (1982-1986)• Senator of the Dominican Republic (1978-1982)• Committee Secretary for the Dominican Union Civica de Santiago Party (1963-1964)IV ’79Senator, Capital District-Fosdick/Ament
  • 45. Rodrigo Borja• President of Ecuador (1988-1992)• Member of the Ecuadorian National Legislature (1980-1988)• Founder of the Ecuadorian Democratic Left Party (1968)IV ’62Lawyer, Member of the Liberal Party-Hadley
  • 46. Jamil Mahuad Witt• President of Ecuador (1998-2000) – Forced out in a military coup led by President Lucio Gutierrez• Mayor of Quito (1992-1998)IV ’85Senior Member, Governing Board,Popular Democratic Party-Dean/Ramseur
  • 47. Boutros Boutros-Ghali• Secretary General of the United Nations (1992-1996)• Egyptian Minister of State for Foreign Affairs (1977-1991)IV ’76Head, Department of Political Science,Cairo University-Polk/Manganelli
  • 48. Anwar Sadat• President of Egypt (1970-1981) – Named TIME Magazine’s Man of the Year for 1977• Vice President of the Presidential Council (1964-1970)• President of the National Assembly (1960-1968)• Egyptian Secretary to the National Union (1959-1960)• Egyptian Minister of State (1954-1959)IV ’66President of the National Assembly-Lunau
  • 49. Armando Calderon Sol• President of El Salvador (1994-1999)• Mayor of San Salvador (1988-1994)• Founder of the Salvadoran ARENA Party (1981)IV ’86Professor of Law, National Universityof El Salvador-Ansell/Gerson
  • 50. Carlos Humberto Romero• President of El Salvador (1977-1979) – Deposed in a coup d’etat that ushered in the El Salvadoran Civil War of 1979-1992• Head of the Presidential General Staff (1972-1977)• Salvadoran Minister of Defense and Public Security (1972-1977)IV ’76Minister of Defense-Hancock
  • 51. Juhan Parts• Estonian Minister of Economy and Communication (2007-present)• Prime Minister of Estonia (2003-2005)• Estonian Auditor General (1998-2002)SCP ’92: “American Legal Systemand Rule of Law”-HancockITT ’05: “Current Social and PoliticalIssues in the U.S.”Member of Parliament
  • 52. Berhanou Dinke• Ethiopian Ambassador to the United States (1960-1965) – Established a Council of Citizens to oppose Emperor Haile Selassie – One of three Cabinet members to survive an aborted coup in 1960IV ’52Director General, Municipality ofAddis Ababa
  • 53. Sir Penaia Ganilau• 1st President of Fiji (1987-1993)• Governor-General of Fiji (1983-1987)• Deputy Prime Minister of Fiji (1973-1983)• Fijian Minister of Home Affairs (1970-1972)• Minister for Fijian Affairs and Local Government (1967-1970)IV ’63Deputy Secretary, Fijian Affairs-Johnson/Brooks
  • 54. Sir Kamisese Mara• 2nd President of Fiji (1993-2000)• 1st Prime Minister of Fiji (1967-1992)• Founder of the Fiji Alliance Party (1966)IV ’64Member, Legislative Council, EasternConstituency-B. Johnson
  • 55. Harri Holkeri• Head of the UN Interim Administration Mission in Kosovo (2003-2004)• Speaker for the UN General Assembly (2000-2001)• Prime Minister of Finland (1987-1991)• Member of the Parliament of Finland (1970-1978)IV ’70Director of the Bank of Finland-Miller/Keith
  • 56. Anneli Jaatteenmaki• Minister of the European Parliament (2003-present)• Prime Minister of Finland (2003)• Chairwoman of the Centre Party of Finland (2000-2003)• Finnish Minister of Justice (1994-1995)IV ’95Member of Parliament-MacDonald
  • 57. Paavo Lipponen• Speaker of the Finnish Parliament (2003-2007)• Prime Minister of Finland (1995-2003)• Member of the Parliament of Finland (1983-1987, 1991-2007)IV ’74International Secretary, SocialDemocratic Party-Keogh
  • 58. Michel Barnier• European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services (2010-present)• French Minister of Foreign Affairs (2004-2005)• European Commissioner for Regional Policy (1999-2004)• French Minister for European Affairs (1995-1997)IV ’81Deputy, National Assembly-Polk/Forsythe
  • 59. Raymond Barre• Mayor of Lyon (1995-2001)• Prime Minister of France (1976-1981)• European Commissioner for Economic & Financial Affairs (1967-1973)IV ’65Professor of Economics, University ofParis-Spray
  • 60. Pierre Beregovoy• Prime Minister of France (1992-1993) – Committed suicide in 1993• Member of the National Assembly of France (1986-1988, 1993)• French Minister of Economy and Finances (1984-1986, 1988-1992)• French Minister of Social Affairs (1982-1984)IV ’77National Secretary, External Affairs-Hancock/Calambokidis
  • 61. Jacques Chaban-Delmas• Prime Minister of France (1969-1972)• President of the French National Assembly (1959-1969, 1978-1981, 1986-1988)• Mayor of Bordeaux (1947-1995)IV ’61President of the National Assembly-Lunau
  • 62. Valery Giscard d’Estaing• President of the Convention on the Future of Europe (2002-2003) – Produced draft Constitution for the European Union• President of France (1974-1981)• French Minister of Economy and Finance (1969-1974)• French Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs (1962-1966)SCP ’57: “French Parliamentarians”Deputy, French Parliament-Mettger
  • 63. Francois Fillon• Prime Minister of France (2007- present)• French Minister of National Education (2004-2005)• French Minister of Social Affairs and Labour (2002-2004)IV ’84Member, French National Assembly-O’Malley/Barnett-Jones
  • 64. Jean-Claude Gaudin• President of the French Union for a Popular Movement Party (2004-2007)• Vice President of the French Senate (1998-present)• Mayor of Marseille (1995-present)IV ’84Member, French National Assembly-Buttermark/Cole
  • 65. Brice Hortefeux• French Minister of the Interior (2009-2011)• 1st French Minister of Immigration, Integration, National Identity, and Development Solidarity (2007-2009)• Member of the European Parliament (1999-2005)ITT ’85Chief Aide, Mayor of Neuilly-sur-Seine*Traveled with Nicolas Sarkozy-McKeown/Cole
  • 66. Lionel Jospin• Prime Minister of France (1997-2002)• French Minister of National Education (1988-1992)• French Minister of Sport (1988-1991)• Member of the European Parliament (1984-1988)IV ’77Official, Ministry of Foreign Affairs-Keogh/Macdonald
  • 67. Alain Juppe• French Minister of Foreign Affairs (1993-1995, 2011-present)• French Minister of Defense (2010-2011)• Mayor of Bordeaux (1995-2004, 2006-present)• Prime Minister of France (1995-1997)IV ’77Personal Counselor to Mayor of ParisJacques Chirac-Keogh/Hill
  • 68. Nicolas Sarkozy• President of France (2007- present)• French Minister of the Interior (2002-2004, 2005-2007)• French Minister of Finance (2004)ITT ’85Mayor, Neuilly-sur-Seine*Traveled with Brice Hortefeux-McKeown/Cole
  • 69. Zurab Nogaideli• Prime Minister of Georgia (2005-2007)• Georgian Minister of Finance (2000-2002)• Member of the Georgian Parliament (1992-2000)RP ’93“Environmental Protection Efforts”-Clark
  • 70. Mikhail Saakashvili• President of Georgia (2004- present) – Leader of Rose Revolution• Chairman of the Tbilisi Assembly (2002-2004)• Georgian Minister of Justice (2000-2001)SCP ’99: “Judicial Reform”-Vricella
  • 71. Konrad Adenauer• Chancellor of Germany (1949-1963) – Named TIME Magazine’s Man of the Year for 1953• German Foreign Minister (1951-1955)• Mayor of Cologne (1917-1933, 1945)IV ’52-Mettger
  • 72. Willy Brandt• Chancellor of Germany (1969-1974) – Named TIME Magazine’s Man of the Year 1970• Vice Chancellor of Germany (1966-1969)• Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs (1966-1969)• Mayor of West Berlin (1957-1966)• President of the German Bundesrat (1957-1958)IV ’54Berlin Delegate, West GermanBundestag
  • 73. Kurt-Georg Kiesinger• Chancellor of Germany (1966-1969)• Minister-President of Baden- Wurttemberg (1958-1966)• Member of the German Bundestag (1949-1958)SCP ’54: “Bundestag Coalition Group”President, Joint Committee of theBundesrat and Bundestag
  • 74. Walter Scheel• President of the Federal Republic of Germany (1974-1979)• Vice Chancellor of Germany (1969-1974)• German Foreign Minister (1969-1974)• German Federal Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development (1961-1966)IV ’51Development of LegislativePrerogatives and Responsibilities
  • 75. Helmut Schmidt• Chancellor of Germany (1974-1982)• German Federal Minister of Finance (1972-1974)• German Federal Minister of Economics (1972)• German Federal Minister of Defense (1969-1972)IV ’56Member of the BundestagCommittee on Transport, Economics,and Defense-Mettger
  • 76. Gerhard Schroeder• German Minister of Defense (1966-1969)• German Minister of Foreign Affairs (1961-1966)• German Minister of the Interior (1953-1961)IV ’53Lawyer, Bundestag
  • 77. Richard von Weizsacker• President of the Federal Republic of Germany (1984-1994)• Governing Mayor of West Berlin (1981-1984)• Member of the German Bundestag (1969-1981)IV ’76Member of the Bundestag-Hancock/Calambokidis
  • 78. Christian Wulff• President of Germany (2010- present)• Prime Minister of Lower Saxony (2003-2010)IV ’00Leader, CDU Caucus, Lower SaxonyState Parliament-Fearheiley
  • 79. Konstantinos Karamanlis• President of Greece (1980-1985, 1990-1995)• Prime Minister of Greece (1955-1963, 1974-1980)• Greek Minister of Public Works (1951-1955)IV ‘51
  • 80. Konstantinos Mitsotakis• Prime Minister of Greece (1990-1993)• Greek Minister of the Aegean (1991-1993)• Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs (1980-1981)• Greek Minister of Coordination (1965-1966)IV ’59Owner, Editor, KYRIX-Hadley
  • 81. George Rallis• Prime Minister of Greece (1980-1981)• Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs (1978-1980) – First Greek Minister to visit the Soviet Union• Greek Minister of Education (1974-1978)IV ’53, ’58Lawyer, Greek Member to the Councilof Europe-Lunau
  • 82. Konstantinos Tsatsos• President of Greece (1975-1980)• Greek Minister of Culture (1974-1975)• Member of the Greek Parliament (1955-1967)IV ’52Lawyer, Teacher
  • 83. Sir Paul Scoon• Governor General of Grenada (1978-1992)• Deputy Director of the Commonwealth Foundation (1973-1978)• Recipient of the Order of the British Empire (1970)IV ’72Secretary to the Cabinet-Thar
  • 84. Alvaro Arzu• President of Guatemala (1996-2000)• General Secretary of the Guatemalan National Advancement Party (1990-1995)• Mayor of Guatemala City (1986-1990, 2004-present)IV ’82Vice President, National RenovationParty-Huth
  • 85. Julio Mendez Montenegro• President of Guatemala (1966-1970) – Assumed power after the assassination of his brother• Dean and Professor of the Faculty of Law at the University of San Carlos (c. 1950)IV ’64Lawyer, Professor-Lunau
  • 86. Hamilton Green• Mayor of Georgetown (1994- present)• 4th Prime Minister of Guyana (1985-1992)• Guyanese First Deputy Prime Minister (1983-1985)• Vice President of Guyana (1980-1983)IV ’67Secretary General, People’s NationalCongress-Slavik
  • 87. Ptolmey Reid• 2nd Prime Minister of Guyana (1980-1984)• Guyanese Minister of Agriculture and National Development (1970-1974)• Guyanese Minister of Finance (1967-1970)• Guyanese Minister of Trade (1967)IV ’66Deputy Prime Minister-Alrutz
  • 88. Jacques-Edouard Alexis• Prime Minister of Haiti (1999-2001, 2006-2008)• Haitian Minister of the Interior and Territorial Communities (1999-2000)• Haitian Minister of Culture (1997-1999)• Haitian Minister of National Education, Youth, and Sport (1996-1999)IV ’83Vice Dean, State University of Haiti-Slavik/Wallenberg
  • 89. Ertha Pascal-Trouillot• President of Haiti (1990-1991) – 1st Woman to hold this office• Justice of the Haitian Supreme Court (1988-1990)• Judge of the Federal Court of Haiti (1975-1988)IV ‘80Judge, Civil Court-Hunt/Mills
  • 90. Jose Azcona del Hoyo• President of Honduras (1986-1990)• Honduran Minister of Communications, Public Works, and Transport (1980-1985)IV ’85Congressman, Honduran NationalCongress-Margolius/Posner
  • 91. Rafael Callejas• President of the Honduran Football Federation (present)• President of Honduras (1990-1994)• Minister for Agriculture and Natural Resources (1975-1984)• Director of Economic Planning (1968-1975)IV ’86Coordinator, National Party-Grover
  • 92. Jozsef Antall• 1st Prime Minister of Hungary (1990-1993)• President of the Hungarian Democratic Forum (1989-1993)• Delegate to the Committee on Constitutional Reform at the National Roundtable Talks (1989)IV ‘89
  • 93. Gyula Horn• 3rd Prime Minister of Hungary (1994-1998)• Founder of the Hungarian Socialist Party (1989)• Hungarian Foreign Minister (1989-1990)• Secretary of State in the Hungarian Foreign Ministry (1985-1989)IV ’81Deputy Chief, International AffairsDepartment-Margolius/Bustamante
  • 94. Bjorn Bjarnason• Icelandic Minister of Justice and Ecclesiastical Affairs (2003-2009)• Icelandic Minister of Education (1995-2002) – Became first Icelandic politician with his own website in Feb. 1995. He is considered one of the Internet’s first bloggers.IV ’75Chief of Cabinet and Foreign AffairsAdvisor, Office of the Prime Minister-Chapman
  • 95. David Oddsson• Editor, Morgumbladid newspaper (2009-present)• Governor of the Icelandic Central Bank (2005-2009)• Icelandic Foreign Minister (2004-2005)• Prime Minister of Iceland (1991-2004)• Mayor of Reykjavik (1982-1991)IV ’83Mayor of Reykjavik-Miller
  • 96. P.N. Bhagwati• Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India (1985-1986)• Judge of the Supreme Court of India (1973-1985)• Chief Justice of the Gujarat High Court (1967-1973)IV ’81Supreme Court Justice-Margolous/Bustamante
  • 97. Indira Gandhi• Prime Minister of India (1966-1977, 1980-1984)• Indian Minister of External Affairs (1984)• Indian Minister of Finance (1970-1971)IV ’61-Hancock
  • 98. Atal Bihari Vajpayee• Prime Minister of India (1996, 1998-2004)• Founder and President of the Bharatiya Janata Party (1980-1986)• Minister of External Affairs of India (1977-1979)IV ’60Member, Jan Sangh Party,Lok Sabha-Rowe
  • 99. Dermot Ahern• Irish Minister of Justice and Law Reform (2008-2011)• Irish Minister of Foreign Affairs (2004-2008)• Teachta Dala of the Irish Parliament for Louth (1997-present)MRP ’89: “Current Social, Political, andEconomic Issues”Member, Dail Eireann Irish Parliament-Cabiati/Brothers
  • 100. John Bruton• European Union Ambassador to the United States (2004-2009)• Taoiseach of Ireland (1994-1997)• Irish Minister of Finance (1986-1987)• Irish Minister for Trade, Industry, Commerce, and Tourism (1983-1986)IV ’80Member of Parliament-Slavik/Wallenberg
  • 101. Enda Kenny• Taoiseach of Ireland (2011- present)• Leader of Irish Fine Gael Party (2002-present)• Irish Leader of the Opposittion (2002-2011)• Irish Minister of Tourism and Trade (1994-1997)• Member of the Dail Eireann Irish Parliament for Mayo (1975- present)MRP ’89: “Current Social, Political,and Economic Issues”-Cabiati/Brothers
  • 102. Ehud Olmert• Prime Minister of Israel (2006-2009)• Israeli Minister of Finance (2004-2006)• Israeli Minister of Communications (2003-2004)• Mayor of Jerusalem (1993-2003)IV ’79Member, KnessetFinance Committee-Defense Budget-Ames/Conley
  • 103. Arnaldo Forlani• Prime Minister of Italy (1980-1981)• Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs (1976-1979)• President of the Italian Democratic Party (1969-1981)IV ’60DC Member, Chamber of Deputies-Kirkpatrick
  • 104. Giovanni Goria• Italian Minister of Finance (1992-1993)• Italian Minister of Agriculture (1991-1992)• Prime Minister of Italy (1987-1988)• Italian Minister of the Treasury (1983-1987)• Italian Undersecretary of the Budget (1981-1983)IV ’81Member of Parliament, ChristianDemocratic Party-Keogh/Longano
  • 105. Romano Prodi• Italian Minister of Justice (2008)• Prime Minister of Italy (2006-2008)• President of the European Commission (1999-2004)• Member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies (1996-1999)IV ’79Professor of Economics, UniversityOf Bologna-Edwards/Starr
  • 106. Luigi Scalfaro• President of Italy (1992-1999)• President of the Italian Chamber of Deputies (1992)• Italian Minister of Education (1972-1973)• Deputy in the Italian Constituent Assembly for Turin (1948-1992)IV ’60Undersecretary to the Ministry ofthe Interior-Bray
  • 107. Howard Cooke• Governor-General of Jamaica (1991-2006)• President of the Jamaican Senate (1989-1991)• Member of the Jamaican House of Representatives (1967-1980)• Senator of the Jamaican Parliament (1962-1967)IV ’71Member of Parliament-Edwards
  • 108. Sir Donald Sangster• 2nd Prime Minister of Jamaica (1964, 1967)• Jamaican Minister of Finance (1953-1955)• Member of the Jamaican House of Representatives (1944-1967)IV ’60Solicitor, Member of Parliament-Eldridge
  • 109. Portia Simpson-Miller• Prime Minister of Jamaica (2006-2007, 2012-present)• Leader of the Jamaican Opposition (2007-2012)• Jamaican Minister of Local Government and Sport (2000-2006)• Jamaican Minister of Tourism and Sports (2000-2002)• Jamaican Minister of Labor, Social Security, and Sports (1995-2000)IV ’81Member of Parliament-Hill/Ferguson
  • 110. Morihiro Hosokawa• Prime Minister of Japan (1993-1994)• Governor of Kumamoto (1983-1993)• Representative in the House of Councilors, National Diet, Kumamoto Prefecture (1971-1983)IV ’80Member, Upper House of the Diet-Keogh/Miller
  • 111. Toshiki Kaifu• Head, Japanese Shinshinto Party (1994-1998)• Prime Minister of Japan (1989-1991)• Representative in the National Diet (1960-2009)IV ’62Member, House of Representatives-Kirkpatrick
  • 112. Abdelsalam al-Majali• Prime Minister of Jordan (1993-1995, 1997-1998)• President of Jordan University (1971-1976)• Jordanian Minister of Health (1969-1971)IV ’69Minister of Health-Litschgi
  • 113. Mwai Kibaki• President of Kenya (2002-present)• Kenyan Minister of Health (1988-1991)• Vice President of Kenya (1978-1988)• Kenyan Minister of Home Affairs (1982-1988)• Kenyan Minister of Finance (1969-1981)IV ’61Executive Officer, Kenyan AfricanNational Union-Slavik
  • 114. Daniel Arap Moi• President of Kenya (1978-2002)• Vice President of Kenya (1967-1978)• Kenyan Minister of Home Affairs (1964-1967)• Kenyan Minister of Education (1960-1961)• Member of the Legislative Council for Rift Valley (1955-1960)IV ’61Parliamentary Secretary for EducationKADU Party Chairman-Rowe
  • 115. Oginga Odinga• Founder and Interim Chairman of the Forum for the Restoration of Democracy (1991-1994)• 1st Vice President of Kenya (1964-1966)• Member of the Legislative Council for Central Nyanza (1957-1964)*Father of current Kenyan PrimeMinister Raila OdingaIV ’64Minister of Home Affairs-Alrutz
  • 116. Han Seung-soo• Prime Minister of South Korea (2008-2009)• President of the General Assembly of the United Nations (2001-2002)• Korean Foreign Minister (2001-2002)• Korean Ambassador to the United States (1993-1994)IV ’77Professor of Economics, SeoulNational University-Fosdick/Ament
  • 117. Nam Duck-woo• Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea (1980-1982)• Special Assistant to the President of Korea (1979-1980)• Deputy Prime Minister (1974-1979)• Korean Minister of Economic Planning (1974-1979)IV ‘75
  • 118. Chung Il-kwon• Prime Minister of South Korea (1964-1970)• General Commander, Republic of Korea Army (1950-57) – Led South Korean forces during the UN landing at InchonIV ’71General, Ex-Prime Minister-Hancock
  • 119. Kim Dae-jung• President of the Republic of Korea (1998-2003) – Winner of the 2000 Nobel Peace Prize• Professor, Harvard University (1980-1985)*Saved from execution twice by U.S.intervention, in 1973 and 1980.IV ‘65
  • 120. Kim Yong-Sam• President of the Republic of Korea (1993-1998)• Representative in the National Assembly, Geoje and Busan (1954-1980)IV ’64Member, National Assembly-Slavik
  • 121. Bajram Kosumi• Prime Minister of Kosovo (2005-2006)• Kosovo Minister for the Environment and Spatial Planning (2004-2005)• Representative at the Rambouillet Talks (1999)SCP ’01: “International Awarenessand Regional Security”-Christensen
  • 122. Kurmanbek Bakiyev• President of Kyrgyz Republic (2005-2010) – Came to power in the “Tulip Revolution” and was overthrown in the April 2010 coup d’etat• Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic (2000-2002, 2005)SCP ’04: “Political Party Operations”-Lewis
  • 123. Amine Gemayel• President of Lebanon (1982-1988)• Member of the Lebanese National Assembly (1969-1982)IV ’71, ’79Member of Parliament-Hamilton
  • 124. Dalia Grybauskaite• President of Lithuania (2009- present)• European Commissioner for Financial Programming and the Budget (2004-2009)• European Commissioner for Education and Culture (2004)RP ’94: “U.S. Perspectives on Trade”Director, Economic RelationsDepartment, Foreign Ministry-MacDonald
  • 125. Gediminas Kirkilas• Prime Minister of Lithuania (2006-2008)• Lithuanian Minister of National Defense (2004-2006)• Representative to the Lithuanian Seimas (1992-2006, 2008- present)SCP ’93: “U.S. Security Issues”-Fosdick
  • 126. Arturas Paulauskas• Lithuanian Minister of the Environment (2008)• Acting President of Lithuania (2004)• Speaker of the Lithuanian Seimas (2000-2004)SCP ’92: “American Legal Systemand Rule of Law”-Hancock
  • 127. Ljubco Georgievski• Prime Minister of Macedonia (1998-2002)• Representative in the Assembly of Macedonia (1992-1995)• Vice President of Macedonia (1991)• President of the VMRO-DPMNE Party (1990-2002)VV ’96President, Democratic Party forNational Unity-Collins
  • 128. Boris Trajkovski• 2nd President of Macedonia (1999-2004)• Macedonian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs (1998-1999)• Chief of Staff to the Mayor of Kisela Voda (1997-1998)VV ’96Special Advisor for Foreign Affairs,Democratic Party-Collins
  • 129. Didier Ratsiraka• President of Madagascar (1975-1993, 1997-2002)• Malagasy Minister of Foreign Affairs (1972-1975)IV ’73Minister of Foreign Affairs-Lunau
  • 130. Tun Abdul Razak• Prime Minister of Malaysia (1970-1976)• Malaysian Minister of Defense (1959-1970)• Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia (1957-1970)IV ’53, ’63Deputy Prime MinisterMember, Federal Legislative Council-Lunau
  • 131. Guido De Marco• 6th President of Malta (1999-2004)• Deputy Prime Minister of Malta (1998-1999)• Maltese Minister of Foreign Affairs (1990-1996)• President of the UN General Assembly (1990-1991)IV ’73Member, House of Representatives-Bietz
  • 132. Edward Fenech Adami• 7th President of Malta (2004-2009)• Prime Minister of Malta (1987-1996, 1998-2004)• Leader of the Maltese Opposition (1997-1998)IV ’75Shadow Minister for Housing andSocial Affairs-Hancock
  • 133. Dominic Mintoff• Prime Minister of Malta (1955-1958, 1971-1984)• Leader of the Maltese Labour Party (1949-1984)IV ’65Leader, Malta Labor Party-Bietz
  • 134. Anerood Jugnauth• President of Mauritius (2003- present)• Prime Minister of Mauritius (1982-1995, 2000-2003)• Leader of the Opposition (1976-1982)• Mauritian Minister of Labor (1963-1967)IV ’81Member of the Legislature andLeader of the Opposition-Polk/Forsythe
  • 135. Dayendranath Burrenchobay• Governor General of Mauritius (1978-1983) – Appointed by the Queen as the first Mauritian to hold this office.IV ’69Permanent Secretary to the PrimeMinister-Baker
  • 136. Maati Bouabid• Prime Minister of Morocco (1979-1983)• Founder of the Moroccan Union Constitutionnelle Party (1983)• Moroccan Minister of Labor (1968-1970)IV ’61, ’65President, Casablanca MunicipalCouncil-Lunau
  • 137. Jhala Khanal• Prime Minister of Nepal (2011)• Constituent Assembly Representative for Ilam-1 (2008- present)• Minister of Information and Communication (1997)• General Secretary of the Communist Party of Nepal (1982-1986, 2008-2009)SCP ’93: “Moving the Nation, GettingThings Done”-Freeman
  • 138. Jan Peter Balkenende• Prime Minister of the Netherlands (2002-2010)• Leader of the Dutch Christian Democratic Appeal Party (2001-2002)• Member of the House of Representatives (1998-2002)RP ‘85: “Economic and Social WellBeing in the U.S.”Research Specialist, CDA ResearchInstitute-Calambokidis/Gerson
  • 139. Geert Wilders• Parliamentary Leader for the Party of Freedom, Netherlands House of Representatives (2006-present)• Member of the Netherlands House of Representatives (1998-present)• Parliamentary Assistant for Foreign Policy, Liberal Party (1990-1998)RP ’99: “NATO: The Future of theAlliance”-Calambokidis
  • 140. Helen Clark• Administrator of the UN Development Program (2009- present)• Prime Minister of New Zealand (1999-2008)• Leader of the New Zealand Opposition (1993-1999)• Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand (1989-1990)• New Zealand Minister of Health (1989-1990)IV ’98Leader of Labour Party, New ZealandParliament-MacDonald/Delaney
  • 141. Philip Goff• Leader of the New Zealand Labour Party (2008-present)• New Zealand Minister of Defense (2005-2008)• New Zealand Minister of Foreign Affairs (1999-2005)• New Zealand Minister of Justice (1999-2005)• Member of New Zealand Parliament (1981-1990, 1996- present)IV ’97New Zealand MP-Chudowsky
  • 142. Norman Kirk• Prime Minister of New Zealand (1972-1974)• Leader of the New Zealand Opposition (1965-1972)• Member of the New Zealand Parliament for Lyttelton and Sydenham (1957-1974)IV ’63, ’72Member of Parliament-Bray
  • 143. Robert Muldoon• Prime Minister of New Zealand (1975-1984)• New Zealand Minister of Finance (1967-1972, 1975-1984)• Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand (1972)• Member of the New Zealand Parliament for Tamaki (1960-1991)IV ’65Undersecretary to the Minister ofFinance-Keogh
  • 144. Kjell Magne Bondevik• Prime Minister of Norway (1997-2000, 2001-2005)• Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs (1989-1990)• Norwegian Minister of Church and Education (1983-1986)• Member of the Norwegian Storting (1973-2005)IV ’71Chairman, Young Christian People’sParty-DePuy
  • 145. Kai Eide• UN Special Representative to Afghanistan (2008-2010)• UN Special Envoy to Kosovo (2005)• Ambassador of Norway to NATO (2002-2006)• Ambassador of Norway to OSCE (1998-2002)• Special Representative of the Secretary General in Bosnia- Herzegovina (1997-1998)IV ’71Political Secretary,Young Conservatives-DePuy
  • 146. Jan P. Syse• Prime Minister of Norway (1989-1990)• Norwegian Minister of Industry (1983-1985)• Norwegian State Secretary to the Ministry of Justice (1970-1971)• Member of the Norwegian Storting (1969-1997)IV ’60President, National Federation ofYoung Conservatives-Dhanda
  • 147. Syed Mustafa Kamal• Mayor of Karachi (2005-2010) – Position abolished in 2010 – Named 2nd Best Mayor in the World by Foreign Policy Magazine in 2008 – Finalist in the City Mayors’ Foundation’s World Mayor of the Year Award in 2010• Minister of Information Technology for the State Government of Sindh (2003-2005)IV ’08Mayor of Karachi-Clark
  • 148. Lazarus Salii• 3rd President of Palau (1985-1988) – Committed suicide during his term as a result of bribery allegations• Senator for Koror in the Palau National Congress (1984-1985)• Ambassador for Palau (1981-1984)• Delegate at the Palau Constitutional Convention (1978)IV ’68Congressman-Thar
  • 149. Michael Somare• Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea (1975-1980, 1982-1985, 2002-2010) – 1st Prime Minister post- independence• Papua New Guinea Chief Minister (1973-1975)IV ’71Member, House of Assembly-Thar
  • 150. Benigno Aquino Jr.• Senator of the Philippines (1967-1972)• Governor of Tarlac (1961-1967)• Presidential Advisor on Defense Affairs (1949-1954)*Assassinated at Manila airport (whichnow bears his name) in 1983*Ninoy Aquino Day is celebratedAugust 21 in his honor*Father of current Philippines PresidentBenigno Aquino IIIIV ’60Governor, Tarlac Province-Kirkpatrick
  • 151. Piotr Jaroszewicz• Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of Poland (1970-1980)• Deputy Prime Minister of Poland (1952-1970)• Polish Minister of Defense (1945-1950)• Political Commander of the 1st Polish Army (1944-1945)SCP ‘60: “Polish Delegation”Vice Premier-Mahin
  • 152. Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz• Acting Mayor of Warsaw (2006)• Prime Minister of Poland (2005-2006)• Cabinet Chief for the Prime Minister (1999-2000)• State Secretary in the Ministry of National Education (1992-1993)IV ’00Deputy, Sejm-Lewis
  • 153. Mieczyslaw Rakowski• First Secretary of the Central Committee of the PUWP (1989-1990)• Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of Poland (1988-1989)• Member of the Central Committee of the Polish United Workers’ Party (1975-1990)IV ’78Editor, Polityka Newspaper-Hurley/Vasko
  • 154. Hanna Suchocka• Polish Ambassador to The Vatican (2001-present)• Polish Minister of Justice (1997-2000)• Prime Minister of Poland (1992-1993)IV ’88Associate Professor of Government,Adam Mickiewicz University-Chapman/Jackson
  • 155. Ivan Rybkin• Liberal Party Candidate in Russian Presidential elections (2004) – Kidnapped before the election and, upon resurfacing, withdrew and fled abroad• Secretary of the Security Council of Russia (1996-1998)• 1st Chairman of the Russian State Duma (1994-1996)SCP ’96: “Parliamentary Program onInternational Relations”-Hancock
  • 156. Agathe Habyarimana• Widow of former Rwandan President Juvenal Habyarimana (1973-1994) – Airlifted to France in the wake of the assassination of her husband, which precipitated the 1994 genocide – Was arrested in France in March 2010 for alleged links to the genocideIV ’83First Lady of Rwanda-Ames/Ferguson
  • 157. Sylvestre Nsanzimana• Prime Minister of Rwanda (1991-1992)• Rwandan Foreign Minister (1969-1971)IV ’70Minister of International Cooperation-Lunau
  • 158. Simeon Daniel• 1st Premier of Nevis (1983-1992) – Gained Home Rule for Nevis under the Independence Constitution in 1983• Minister of Finance and Nevis Affairs (1980-1983)• Member of the St. Kitts and Nevis National Assembly (1975-1983)IV ‘80
  • 159. Denzil Douglas• Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis (1995-present)• Member of the St. Kitts and Nevis Parliament for St. Christopher (1989-present)• Leader of the St. Kitts and Nevis Opposition (1989-1995)IV ’90Leader of Opposition, NationalAssembly-Freeman
  • 160. Lee Moore• St. Kits and Nevis Ambassador to the United Nations (1995-2000)• Premier of St. Kitts and Nevis (1979-1980)• St. Kitts and Nevis Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs (1971-1979)IV ’72Attorney General-Thar
  • 161. James Fitz-Allen Mitchell• Prime Minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines (1972-1974, 1984-2000)• St. Vincent and the Grenadines Minister of Foreign Affairs (1984-1992)IV ’73Premier of St. Vincent-Lunau
  • 162. Guilherme Posser da Costa• President of the Movement for the Liberation of Sao Tome and Principe/Social Democratic Party (2005-present)• Prime Minister of Sao Tome and Principe (1999-2001)• Sao Tome and Principe Minister of Foreign Affairs (1987-1988, 1990-1991, 1994-1996)IV ’07Private Sector Lawyer-Morcos
  • 163. France-Albert Rene• 2nd President of Seychelles (1977-2004)• 2nd Prime Minister of Seychelles (1976-1977)• Founder of the Seychelles People’s United Party (1964)IV ’69President, Seychelles People’sUnited Party-Baker
  • 164. Janez Drnovsek• 2nd President of Slovenia (2002-2007)• Prime Minister of Slovenia (1992-2002)• President of the Presidency of Yugoslavia (1989-1990)• Secretary-General of the Non- Aligned Movement (1989-1990)IV ’88Slovenian Member, FederalParliament, Lower House-Slavik
  • 165. Danilo Turk• President of Slovenia (2007- present)• UN Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs (2000-2005)• 1st Slovenian Permanent Representative to the UN (1992-2000)IV’ 82Member, Executive Committee,Socialist Alliance of Working Peopleof Slovenia-Buttermark/Wallenberg
  • 166. Frederik W. DeKlerk• 1st Deputy President of South Africa (1994-1996)• State President of South Africa (1989-1994)• Minister of National Education and Planning (1984-1989)• Minister of Internal Affairs (1982-1985)IV ’76Member of Parliament-Ames
  • 167. Helen Zille• Premier of the Western Cape (2009-present)• Leader of the South African Democratic Alliance Party (2007- present) – Presidential Candidate in the 2009 elections• Mayor of Cape Town (2006-2009)IV ’80Political Correspondent, Rand DailyMail-Cabiati/Vasko
  • 168. Mahinda Rajapaksa• President of Sri Lanka (2005- present)• Prime Minister of Sri Lanka (2004-2005)• Leader of the Opposition (2002-2004)IV 89Assistant Secretary,Central Committee, Freedom Party-Chapman
  • 169. Julius Nyerere• 1st President of Tanzania (1964-1985)• 1st President of Tanganyika (1962-1964)• 1st Prime Minister of Tanganyika (1961-1962)• 1st Chief Minister of Tanganyika (1960-1961)IV ’60President, Tanganyika AfricanNational Union-Eldridge
  • 170. Chaun Leekpai• Prime Minister of Thailand (1992-1995, 1997-2001)• Leader of the Thai Opposition in the House of Representatives (1995-1997, 2001-2003)IV ‘71
  • 171. Prince Fatafehi Tu’Ipelehake• Prime Minister of Tonga (1965-1991)• Minister of the Tongan Cabinet (1953-1965)• First Governor of Ha’apai (1952-1953)• First Governor of Vava’u (1949-1952)IV ’68Prime Minister-Lunau
  • 172. Patrick Manning• Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago (1991-1995, 2001-2010)• Leader of the Trinidad and Tobago Opposition (1995-2001)• Leader of the People’s National Movement Party (1986-2010)• Member of the Trinidad and Tobago Parliament for San Fernando East (1971-present)IV ’88Member of Parliament-Buttermark/Cole
  • 173. George Maxwell Richards• President of Trinidad and Tobago (2003-present)• Principal of the University of the West Indies (1985-1996)• Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of the West Indies (1980-1985)IV ’86Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of theWest Indies-James/Chase
  • 174. Apolo Nsibambi• Prime Minister of Uganda (1999-2011)• Ugandan Minister of Education and Sports (1998-1999)• Ugandan Minister of Public Service (1996-1998)MRP ’84: “International SecurityIssues”Head of the Political ScienceDepartment/Associate Professor,Makerere University-Straus/Mills
  • 175. Leonid Kuchma• 2nd President of Ukraine (1994-2005)• Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Force of Ukraine (1994-2005)• 3rd Prime Minister of Ukraine (1992-1993)VV ’91Member of the Ukrainian Parliament-Collins
  • 176. Yuri Lutsenko• Ukrainian Minister of Internal Affairs (2005-2006, 2007-2010)• People’s Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada (2002-2005) – Acted as one of the leaders of the Orange Revolution• Founder of the Civil Movement “People’s Self Defense” Party (2007)RP ’96: “U.S. Perspectives on Trade”-MacDonald
  • 177. Oleksander Moroz• Leader of the Socialist Party of Ukraine (1991-2010) – Presidential candidate in 1999, 2004, and 2010 – Key supporter of the 2004 Orange Revolution• Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada (1994-1998, 2006-2007)SCP ’94: “U.S. GovernmentStructures”-Calambokidis
  • 178. Paddy Ashdown• UN High Representative for Bosnia & Herzegovina (2002-2006)• Leader, UK Liberal Democratic Party (1988-1999)IV ’84Member of Parliament, Liberal Party,Yeovil-Starr/Miller
  • 179. Tony Blair• Special Envoy for the “Mideast Quartet” (2007-present)• Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1997-2007)• Leader of the UK Labour Party (1994-2007)IV ’86Member of Parliament, Labour PartyOpposition Deputy Spokesman forTreasury Affairs-Keogh/Banks
  • 180. Gordon Brown• Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (2007-2010)• Leader of the UK Labour Party (2007-2010)• UK Chancellor of the Exchequer (1997-2007)IV ’84Member of Parliament, Labour Party,Dumferline East-Straus/Mills
  • 181. Nik Gowing• Main Presenter, BBC World News, World News Today (1996-present) – Led coverage of the events of 9/11 and the death of Princess Diana to over 500,000,000 people worldwide• Principal Anchor, The World Today (1996-2000)• Diplomatic Editor, ITN Channel 4 News (1989-1996)MRP ’85: “Arms Control”Foreign Affairs Correspondent,ITN Channel 4-Calambokidis/Gerson
  • 182. Edward Heath• Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1970-1974)• Leader of the UK Conservative Party (1965-1975)• UK Minister of Labor (1959-1960)• Member of Parliament for Bexley (1950-1974)IV ’53Former Lord Privy SealMember of Parliament, ConservativeParty-Mettger/Linde
  • 183. Charles Kennedy• Leader of the UK Liberal Democrats Party (1999-2006)• President of the UK Liberal Democrats Party (1990-1994)• Member of Parliament for Ross, Skye, and Lochaber (1983- present)IV ’89Member of Parliament, Social andLiberal Democrat Party-Cabiati
  • 184. Peter Mandelson• UK First Secretary of State & Lord President of the Council (2009-2010)• European Commissioner for Trade (2004-2008)• Member of Parliament for Hartlepool (1992-2004)IV ’88Campaign Director, Labour Party-Buttermark
  • 185. Margaret Thatcher• Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1979-1990)• Leader of the Conservative Party (1975-1990)• Secretary of State for Education and Science (1970-1974)• Member of Parliament, Finchley (1959-1992)IV ’67Member of Parliament-Keogh
  • 186. Liam Fox• Secretary of State for Defense (2010-2011)• Shadow Secretary of State for Defense (2005-2010)• Member of Parliament for North Somerset (1992-present)IV ’86Prospective Conservative ParliamentaryCandidate for Roxburgh & Berwickshire-Cabiati/Stilley
  • 187. Luis Alberto LaCalle• President of Uruguay (1990-1995)• Vice President of the Uruguayan Senate (1984-1990)• Deputy of the Uruguayan Parliament for Montevideo (1971-1973)SCP ’68: “Young Political Leaders”Secretary of the Chamber of Deputies-Hunt
  • 188. Jorge Pacheco Areco• Uruguayan Ambassador to the United States (1980-1982)• Uruguayan Ambassador to Spain (c. 1972-1980)• President of Uruguay (1967-1972)• Vice President of Uruguay (1967)SCP ’64: “Uruguayan CongressionalGroup”Member, Chamber of Deputies-Bray
  • 189. Julio Maria Sanguinetti• President of Uruguay (1985-1990, 1990-2000)• Secretary General of the Executive Committee of the Uruguayan Partido Colorado (1983-1985)• President of Regional UNESCO Center (1975-1984)• Member of the National Parliament for Montevideo (1963-1873)IV ’83Leader of the Colorado Party-Hancock/Kowall
  • 190. Tabare Vazquez• President of Uruguay (2005-2010)• President of the Uruguayan Frente Amplio Party (1996-2010)• Mayor of Montevideo (1990-1995)• President of Club Progreso Football Team (1979-1989)IV ’93Mayor of Montevideo-Fallow
  • 191. Rafael Caldera• President of Venezuela (1969-1974, 1994-1999)• Senator of the Venezuelan National Assembly (1974-1994, 1999)• President of the Chamber of Deputies of the Congress of Venezuela (1959-1962)IV ’62Secretary General, Socialist ChristianParty-Bray
  • 192. Ramon Jose Velasquez• President of Venezuela (1993-1994)• Venezuelan Minister of Communications (1969-1971)• Secretary of the Presidency of Venezuela (1959-1963)IV ’68Director, El Nacional-Hunt
  • 193. Morgan Tsvangirai• Prime Minister of Zimbabwe (2009-present)• President of the Movement for Democratic Change Party (1999-2010)• Secretary General of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (1987-1999)MRP ’89: “Labor in America”-Fallow
  • 194. Dedicated to all the people who have contributed to the efforts ofMeridian and the ProfessionalExchanges Division over the last six decades.

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