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Foreign service officer

Warren Zimmermann, American Former foreign service officer. Avocations: history, tennis, skiing, fishing. M C. With United States Army, 1959. Member Council Foreign Rels., International Institute Strategic Studies, American Academy of Diplomacy.

Background

Zimmermann, Warren was born on November 16, 1934 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Albert Walter and Barbara (Shoemaker) Zimmermann.

Education

Bachelor, Yale University, 1956. Bachelor/Master of Arts, Cambridge University, England, 1958.

Career

Joined Office Foreign Service, 1961. Consular and political officer American Embassy, Caracas, Venezuela, 1962-1964. Student Serbo-Croation language Foreign Service Institute, 1964-1965.

Political officer American Embassy, Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1965-1968. Soviet policy analyst Bureau Intelligence & Research, Department State, 1968-1970. Speechwriter to secretary of state Department State, Washington, 1970-1973.

Student Russian language Foreign Service Institute, Department State, 1973. Deputy chief, political section American Embassy, Moscow, 1973-1975. Special assistant policy planning Bureau European Affairs, Department State, 1975-1977.

Counselor political affairs Am Embassy, Paris, 1977-1980. Deputy chairman United States delegate Madrid Conference Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1980-1981. Deputy chief mission American Embassy, Moscow, 1981-1984.

Deputy United States delegate with rank of ambassador negotiations on nuclear/space arms race with Soviet Union, Geneva, 1985-1986. Chairman United States delegate with rank of ambassador Vienna meeting Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 1986-1989. Ambassador to Yugoslavia, 1989-1992.

Director Bureau Refugee Programs Department State, Washington, 1992-1994. Senior fellow Rand Corporation, 1994. Senior fellow Rand, 1994, senior consultant, since 1995.

Former distinguished fellow New School Social Research. Professorial lecturer Johns Hopkins School Advanced International Studies, 1994-1996. Distinguished fellow School Public Affairs, University Maryland, 1995.

Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis professor columbia University, 1996-2000. Visiting fellow council Foreign Relations, New York City, 1984-1985. Chief United States delegate negotiations Hotline Upgrade Agreement with Soviet Union, 1983-1984.

Carnegie teaching fellow Yale University, 1958-1959.

Achievements

  • Avocations: history, tennis, skiing, fishing. M C.

Works

Membership

With United States Army, 1959. Member Council Foreign Relations, International Institute Strategic Studies, American Academy of Diplomacy.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    History, tennis, skiing, fishing.

Connections

Married Corinne Roosevelt Robinson Chubb, April 18, 1959. Children: Corinne Alsop, Warren Junior, Elizabeth Zimmermann Metcalfe.

father:
Albert Walter Zimmermann

mother:
Barbara (Shoemaker) Zimmermann

spouse:
Corinne Roosevelt Robinson Chubb

child:
Corinne Alsop Zimmermann

child:
Warren Junior Zimmermann

child:
Elizabeth Zimmermann Metcalfe Zimmermann