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Dunne has served in the White House on the National Security Council staff, on the State Department's Policy Planning Staff and in its Bureau of Intelligence and Research, and as a diplomat in Cairo and Jerusalem.
In the near term, the impulse is to beat up on the capitalists, not reward them," says Jon Alterman, a former member of the State Department's policy planning staff now at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.
Kennedy, however, grew weary of his deputy national security advisor's bellicosity and moved him to the State Department, where he headed the Policy Planning Staff.
Ao So he switched gears: He and the policy planning staff would now exert what influence they could on Aoplanning for the war and its aftermathAo.
He also served under Clinton's administration as director of the state department's policy planning staff.
Others include Fight Back, which fights domestic violence in India, the Save Darfur Coalition, as well as One Million Voices Against Crime in South Africa, said Jared Cohen, from the secretary's policy planning staff.
Bush's State Department policy planning staff and President Clinton's Mideast peace coordinator, Ross offers practical precepts, richly illustrated with examples from Russia, Europe, Bosnia, Northern Ireland, and the Mideast, for conducting negotiations and mediation.
The Defense Department continued its decline: in late 2001, for example, the Pentagon's uniformed military had to inform me that Rumsfeld had prohibited its members from meeting State's policy planning staff to discuss key national-security issues.