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'''Morton Abramowitz''' is a Senior Fellow at the [[Century Foundation]], and on the boards of the [[International Rescue Committee]], the [[International Crisis Group]], and [[U.S. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea]], as well as advising  the ''[[National Interest]]'' quarterly journal and ''[[Foreign Policy (magazine)]]''.   
'''Morton Abramowitz''' is a Senior Fellow at the [[Century Foundation]], and on the boards of the [[International Rescue Committee]], the [[International Crisis Group]], and [[U.S. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea]], as well as advising  the ''[[National Interest]]'' quarterly journal and ''[[Foreign Policy (magazine)]]''.  He is a signatory of the "[[Beyond Guantanamo]]" declaration.


A long-term diplomat, he was the  president of the [[Carnegie Endowment for International Peace]] and acting president of the [[International Crisis Group]].
A long-term diplomat, he was the  president of the [[Carnegie Endowment for International Peace]] and acting president of the [[International Crisis Group]].


At the [[U.S. Department of State]],  he was [[U.S. Ambassador to Turkey]] and [[U.S. Ambassador to Thailand|Thailand]], [[Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research]], United States ambassador to the Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction Negotiations in Vienna and political adviser to the commander of [[United States Pacific Command]]. He was also  deputy assistant secretary of defense for inter-American, East Asian, and Pacific affairs.
At the [[U.S. Department of State]],  he was [[U.S. Ambassador to Turkey]] and [[U.S. Ambassador to Thailand|Thailand]], [[Bureau of Intelligence and Research|Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research]], United States ambassador to the [[Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction]] Negotiations in Vienna and political adviser to the commander of [[United States Pacific Command]]. He was also  deputy assistant secretary of defense for inter-American, East Asian, and Pacific affairs.
 
He is coauthor (with Stephen Bosworth) of Chasing the Sun: Rethinking East Asian Policy (The Century Foundation Press, 2006) and editor of The Century Foundation Press books The United States and Turkey: Allies in Need (2003) and Turkey’s Transformation and American Policy (2000).
 
Public Punditry Needs a Code of Conduct
Morton Abramowitz, The Century Foundation, 9/6/2007
 
 
Publications on International Affairs
 
The Future Of American-Turkish Relations
Morton Abramowitz, The Century Foundation, 6/9/2006
 
Chasing the Sun: Rethinking East Asian Policy
Morton Abramowitz, Stephen Bosworth, The Century Foundation, 5/1/2006
 
Adjusting to the New Asia
Morton Abramowitz, Stephen Bosworth, Foreign Affairs, 8/1/2003
 
The United States and Turkey  Allies in Need
Morton Abramowitz, Century Foundation Press, 4/1/2003
 
Turkey's Transformation and American Policy
Morton Abramowitz, Century Foundation Press, 2/1/2001

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Morton Abramowitz is a Senior Fellow at the Century Foundation, and on the boards of the International Rescue Committee, the International Crisis Group, and U.S. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea, as well as advising the National Interest quarterly journal and Foreign Policy (magazine). He is a signatory of the "Beyond Guantanamo" declaration.

A long-term diplomat, he was the president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and acting president of the International Crisis Group.

At the U.S. Department of State, he was U.S. Ambassador to Turkey and Thailand, Assistant Secretary of State for Intelligence and Research, United States ambassador to the Mutual and Balanced Force Reduction Negotiations in Vienna and political adviser to the commander of United States Pacific Command. He was also deputy assistant secretary of defense for inter-American, East Asian, and Pacific affairs.