''In the Photo's Lower Right Corner'': A Conversation with Ambassador Harry Geisel

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Xlibris Corporation, Dec 28, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 175 pages
Harry Geisel likens his life to that of Selig, Woody Allens character who keeps showing up as an unknown little man in historic scenes. A long-time Foreign Service manager, Geisel had scenes in U.S. diplomatic history that included the Cold War, the South African anti-apartheid struggle, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the birth of the new Russia, and Chinas development as a great power.

In this series of very colorful and candid interviews, Ambassador Geisel describes his life in providing backstage support to U.S. foreign policy.

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Alfred H. Moses, a former partner and now senior counsel at Covington & Burling, LLP, Washington, is a co-founder and chief operating officer of Promontory Financial Group and affiliates in Washington. He served as U.S. Ambassador to Romania, 1994-97, and as the President’s Special Emissary for the Cyprus conflict from 1999-2001. In the Carter administration Ambassador Moses served as special counsel and special advisor to the President and was Lead Counsel to the President in the Billygate hearings. From 1976 to 1989 he negotiated the exodus to Israel of Jews from Communist Romania. An honorary national president of the American Jewish Committee, Ambassador Moses presently serves as Chair of UN Watch (Geneva), the Project on Ethnic Relations, the AJC National Advisory Council and in 2006 chaired AJC’s 100th Anniversary Committee

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