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dean , federal agency administrator

Anne-Marie Slaughter, federal agency administrator, former dean. Recipient Francis Deak Prize, American Journal International Law, 1990, 1994. Covener, academy co-chair Princeton Project on National Security; Fellow: American Academy Arts and Sciences; member: American Society International Law (president 2002-2004).

Background

Slaughter, Anne-Marie was born on September 27, 1958 in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States.

Education

AB magna cum laude, Princeton University, 1980. Juris Doctor cum laude, Harvard University, 1985. Master of Philosophy, Oxford University, 1982.

Doctor of Philosophy, Oxford University, 1992.

Career

Teacher law University Chicago. Researcher Harvard University, J. Sinclair Armstrong professor international, foreign, and comparative law, director international legal studies program. Bert G. Kerstetter '66 university professor politics & international affairs Princeton University, dean Woodrow Wilson School Public and International Affairs, 2002—2009.

Director policy planning staff United States Department State, since 2009. Board directors Council Foreign Relations, New American Foundation, Canada Institute International Governace Innovation. Speaker in field.

Works

Membership

Covener, academy co-chair Princeton Project on National Security. Fellow: American Academy Arts and Sciences. Member: American Society International Law (president 2002-2004).

Connections

Married Andrew Moravcsik. Children: Edward, Alexander.

spouse:
Andrew Moravcsik

child:
Edward Slaughter

child:
Alexander Slaughter