Foreign Intrigue by Eric Kocher
The Making and Unmaking of a Foreign Service Officer

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Eric Kocher served for twenty-two years with the Foreign Service and was subsequently Dean
 
Published August 1, 1990 by New Horizon Pr. 291 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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World War II and the Army interrupted Kocher's classes in playwriting at Yale--after a Princeton B.A., a Harvard M.B.A., and five years of civil service--but whetted his interest in foreign affairs.

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From 1947 to his retirement in '68, U.S. diplomat Kocher served as labor attache in Belgium, consul in Malaya, deputy chief of mission in Jordan and charge d'affaires in Yugoslavia.

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