There are incredible difficulties in trying to deal with challenges like theseExperts: Global institutions show limits Apr 08, 2003
What we need to do is look at the category (of the problem) and see what will workExperts: Global institutions show limits Apr 08, 2003
I do think the president is going to be looking for opportunities to try and get more support from other countries about the fundamental problem of SaddamBush to travel to Canada for G8 summit Jun 24, 2002
Return of the Right? The French Elections and European PoliticUPI's Capital Comment for April 30, 2002 Apr 30, 2002
James B. "Jim" Steinberg (born 1953) is an American academic and political advisor, and is currently Deputy Secretary of State. He was previously the Dean of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.
Steinberg comes from a Jewish family . He was educated at Harvard College (1973) and Yale Law School (1978). His previous positions included a senior fellowship at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (1985-1987), senior analyst at RAND Corporation (1989-1993), Director of Policy Planning (1994-1996), and Deputy National Security Advisor (1997-2001). He also served on the Project on National Security Reform's Guiding Coalition. He was also a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Steinberg, along with Daniel Kurtzer and Dennis Ross, were among the principal authors of Barack Obama’s address on the Middle East to AIPAC in June 2008, which was viewed as the Democratic nominee’s most expansive on international affairs.