Oral history interview with Stephen J. Del Rosso [electronic resource], 2012
|Creator: ||Del Rosso, Stephen||Project: ||Carnegie Corporation project. Pt. 3. |
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|Phys. Desc. :||Transcript: 193 pages Sound recording: 1 digital audio file (107 min.). Sound recording: 1 digital audio file (141 min.). Sound recording: 1 digital audio file (114 min.).|
|Location: ||Columbia Center for Oral History|
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Program Director, International Peace and Security, Carnegie Corporation of New York
Scope and Contents
Birth and early years: upbringing and schooling in Quincy, Massachusetts; education: Tufts University, London School of Economics, Johns Hopkins University, University of Pennsylvania; early work and career: Presidential Management Intern Program, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Foreign Service; tenure with the Foreign Service: Washington, D.C., Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Iran-Contra affair, George P. Schultz (Secretary of State), Cold War; family: wife, two children; work at Pew Charitable Trusts: grantmaking, work with Carnegie Corporation of New York with Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict; tenure at Chicago Council on Foreign Relations: meeting Vartan Gregorian; Carnegie Corporation of New York: Vartan Gregorian, McKinsey & Company, The International Peace and Security Program, Andrew Carnegie, Avoiding Nuclear War program, David A. Hamburg, North Korea, Russia (former Soviet Union), Iran, Track II diplomacy, Patricia L. Rosenfield, The Price of Peace, New Dimensions of Security, Deana Arsenian, September 11, States at Risk program, International Peace and Security program, Dynamics of Global Power subprogram, China, Arab Awakening, MacArthur Foundation, Gates Foundation, responsibility to protect (R2P), Council on Foreign Relations, Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, Foreign Affairs, Nuclear Threat Initiative and Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program.
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