A Milwaukee native, Ambassador Kennan devoted more than a quarter century serving his country in critically important diplomatic posts throughout Europe and Washington D.C. When he retired from diplomatic service in 1953, he began his second career at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton University, his alma mater.
His tireless effort and keen focus resulted in a Pulitzer Prize, a Medal of Freedom, and several nationally acclaimed books. Through his writing, lecturing and learned commentary on global issues, Kennan earned a half-dozen other prestigious awards. His role as a diplomat in the formation of U.S. foreign policy, specifically regarding U.S.-Soviet Relations, is historically regarded as crucially important.
This forum is to honor his great contribution.
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