Edward L. Peck
Edward L. Peck wiki
"During 32-years in the Foreign Service, Ambassador Peck served overseas as Chief of Mission in Iraq and Mauritania, and was an Embassy officer in Sweden, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, and Egypt.
"In Washington, he was Deputy Director of the Cabinet Task Force on Terrorism at the Reagan White House; Special Assistant to the Under Secretary for Political Affairs, Deputy Coordinator for Global Covert Operations, and Director of Egyptian Affairs at the State Department; Liaison Officer to the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon; and Fellow, Institute for Higher Defense Studies, at The National Defense University. He speaks Arabic, French, Spanish and Swedish.
"In retirement, he has been Executive Secretary of the American Academy of Diplomacy; Chairman, Political Tradecraft Programs, National Foreign Affairs Training Center; Distinguished Visitor, National War College; Senior Fellow, Joint Forces Staff College; Board Member, Americans for Middle East Understanding. He is a commentator for television and radio in the US and abroad, and teaches and lectures on a broad range of international issues for governments, educational, business and civic organizations worldwide." 
Resources and articles
- Coalition for a Realistic Foreign Policy - signatory
- Fifty-nine Former Ambassadors sign letter opposing Bolton's nomination
- Iraq Policy Information Project
- ↑ Edward L. Peck, freepalestinemovement, accessed December 11, 2010.