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 Richard D. Kauzlarich

Richard D. Kauzlarich

, National Intelligence Officer for Europe, National Intelligence Council

Richard Kauzlarich was appointed NIO for Europe in September 2003.

Formerly he was Director of the Special Initiative on the Muslim World at the United States Institute of Peace. Kauzlarich joined the Institute in Spring 2002 after a 32-year career in the Foreign Service. He served as United States Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1997-99 and to Azerbaijan in 1994-97. He was Senior Deputy to the Secretary of States and the Presidents Special Representative to the Newly Independent States (NIS) in 1993-94. He was Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the Bureau of European Affairs in 1991-93, responsible for relations with the former Soviet Union and economic ties with the European Union.

Kauzlarich also served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs in 1984-86 and as Deputy Director of the State Departments Policy Planning Staff in 1986-89, handling global and international economic issues.

In addition to his ambassadorial assignments, Kauzlarich has served at US Embassies in Ethiopia, Israel, and Togo.

In December 2001, the Century Foundation published his report, Time for Change? US Policy in the Transcaucasus. Kauzlarich received his B.A. from Valparaiso University and M.A.s from Indiana University and the University of Michigan.

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Azerbaijan's importance in energy, as a supply route to American troops in Afghanistan and its potential role in the fight against ISIS makes the United States a reluctant critic, said former US ambassador to Azerbaijan Richard D Kauzlarich, now ...
Azerbaijan's importance in energy, as a supply route to American troops in Afghanistan and its potential role in the fight against ISIS makes the United States a reluctant critic, said former U.S.
In an email interview, Richard D. Kauzlarich, the co-director of the Center for Energy science and Policy at George Mason University who also served as the U.S.
... to demonstrate greater tolerance for individual liberties, Western leaders should consider punitive measures, such as the introduction of travel and financial sanctions against Azerbaijani officials responsible for rights violations, said Richard D ...
Richard D. Kauzlarich, Ambassador to Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina Amb. (ret.) Kenton W. Keith, Ambassador to Qatar Amb.
Richard D. Kauzlarich outlines the deteriorating relationship between Washington and Baku in an article for the Brookings Institution titled: The Heydar Aliyev Era Ends in Azerbaijan Not with a Bang but a Whisper, in addition to detailing the fears ...
... New York Times characterizing Aliyev as a "masterful political Jekyll and Hyde," and blasting his deplorable human rights record, a sobering analysis of US-Azerbaijan relations was published by the Brookings Institute, authored by Richard D ...


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