- LHD, La Roche College; B.Litt, Oxford University; BA, Princeton University
- 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.
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.
Area of Expertise
Latin America, U.S. foreign policy, Central African Republic, Nicaragua, Kuwait, Peru, State Department
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.