Distinguished Diplomat in Residence
School of International Service
- Ambassador Anthony Quainton is the Diplomat-in-Residence and a professor of U.S. Foreign Policy, having previously served in the United States Foreign Service and held ambassadorships to the Central African Republic, Nicaragua, Kuwait, and Peru.
DegreesLHD, La Roche College; B.Litt, Oxford University; BA, Princeton University
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Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Honors, Awards, and Fellowships
- Department of State Distinguished Honor Award
- Presidential Meritorious Service Award (twice)
- William R. Rivkin Award, American Foreign Service Association
- Christian A. Herter Award, American Foreign Service Association
- Trustee, La Roche College
- Member, International Policy Committee of the Catholic Bishops Conference
- Chairman of the Board, Washington Theological Consortium
- Vice-Chairman, Public Diplomacy Council
- President, Lions Foundation of Washington
- "Terrorism and Political Violence: A Permanent Challenge to Governments," Terrorism, Legitimacy, and Power, Wesleyan University Press, 1983.
- "Moral and Ethical Considerations in Defining a Counter Terrorist Policy," The Rationalization of Terrorism, Altheia Books, 1982.
- "Terrorism Policy, Action and Reactions," Perspectives on Terrorism, Scholarly Resources Inc, 1983.
- "Diplomacy: Still Our First Line of Defense," America, January 20, 2003.
- "After the Revolution," America, October 4, 2004.
- "Searching for Mexico's Future," America, December 4, 2006.
- "Refocusing America's Message," Americas Dialogue with the World, ed. William P. Kiehl, 2007.