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>>From: Council on Foreign Relations <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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>>Subject: CFR Release: Joschka Fischer Joins Council as Distinguished Visiting 
>>News Release - From the Council on Foreign Relations
>>August 24, 2006 
>>Joschka Fischer, former minister of foreign affairs and vice chancellor of 
>>Germany, will join the Council in the position of distinguished visiting
>>diplomat on September 5. Fischer will write and speak on European and 
>>transatlantic issues, reflecting on his career, contemporary issues, and
>>challenges ahead. "We are pleased to have someone of Joschka Fischer's 
>>stature, experience, and knowledge with us for the coming year. He will bring
>>unique breadth and depth to our consideration of transatlantic challenges and 
>>to international issues more broadly," said Council President Richard
>>N. Haass.
>>Fischer served as Germany's minister of foreign affairs and vice chancellor 
>>from 1998 to 2005. Upon his appointment as minister of the environment
>>and energy for Hesse in 1985, he was the first member of the Green Party to 
>>assume a government post. From 1987 to 1991, Fischer served in various
>>capacities in the Hessian State Assembly; from 1991 to 1994 as Hessian 
>>minister for the environment, energy, and federal affairs; and from 1994
>>to1998 as parliamentary spokesman for the Green Party in the German 
>>Bundestag, the national parliament.
>>This fall, Fischer will also join Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson 
>>School of Public and International Affairs as the Frederick H. Schultz class
>>of 1951 professor of international economic policy.
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