Lecture «Through the Greek Political Jungle with Trowel and Camera», by Brady Kiesling

John Brady Kiesling was a U.S. diplomat for twenty years, with service in Israel, Morocco, Armenia, and Greece. He resigned as a public protest against Bush administration policies in February 2003. He holds a master’s degree in Ancient History and Mediterranean Archeology from the University of California at Berkeley, spent a year at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, and has taken part in archaeological excavations in Ancient Nemea (Greece), Aphrodisias (Turkey), Armenia, and Mallorca, Spain. Kiesling lives in Plaka with his partner Regina Tassitano. He is a columnist on political topics, and the author of Diplomacy Lessons: Realism for an Unloved Superpower (Potomac Books 2006, Greek edition Livanis 2008). He is completing a book on the 17 November terrorist group. He has a grown daughter Lydia now living in Pittsburgh.


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