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Stephen Warren Bosworth (born 4 December 1939) is Dean of The Fletcher Schoolmarker at Tufts Universitymarker and serves as U.S. special representative for North Koreamarker policy. He has served three times as a U.S. Ambassador, to South Koreamarker (1997-2001), to the Philippinesmarker (1984-1987), and to Tunisiamarker (1979-1981). In 1987, he was recipient of American Academy of Diplomacy's Diplomat of the Year Award.

In February 2009 U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton named Bosworth Special Representative for North Korea policy.

Before his appointment as Ambassador to South Korea he was the Executive Director of the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organizationmarker (1995-1997). Before coming to KEDO, he was president of the United States Japan Foundation.

Prior to 1984, his previous foreign service assignments include Parismarker, Madridmarker, Panama Citymarker, and Washington DCmarker where he was the State Departmentmarker’s Director of Policy Planning, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for inter-American affairs, and Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Affairs.

He is currently a member of the International Board of Advisers for the president of the Philippines, and is also a member of the boards of International Textile Group and Franklin Templeton Investment Trust Management Co. . He is a member of the Trilateral Commission.

At times he has held teaching and oversight positions at various colleges and universities: Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs (1990-1994); Linowitz Chair of International Studies, Hamilton College (1993); Trustee, Dartmouth College (1992-2002), Chairman of Board of Trustees, (1996-1999).

He holds an A.B. (1961) and an LL.D. (honorary doctorate) (1986) from Dartmouth Collegemarker. He was a graduate student at George Washington Universitymarker.



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