The top foreign policy influencers in Boston (slideshow)
By Stephen Beale | August 24, 2016, 16:00 EST
U.S. foreign policy isn’t just hashed out in Washington, D.C. or New York City.
It’s being shaped and made right here in the Boston area. Generals, diplomats, and other top government officials often take teaching posts in some of the estimated 50 local institutions of higher learning after their terms of public service are concluded, educating the next generation of foreign policy leaders. And some of the public intellectuals who have influenced U.S. foreign policy call the Hub home. In the below slides are some of the most important top foreign policy influencers in the Boston area.
Note: There is no formal ranking of influence or order of importance to the below list. The list is meant to be representative, not exhaustive. Information is taken from official institutional and government biographies, as well as other publicly available sources, including media reports.
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