Morton H. Halperin

Morton H. Halperin

Morton H. Halperin is an American expert on foreign policy and civil liberties. He served in the Johnson, Nixon, and Clinton administrations and in a number of roles with think tanks and universities such as the Council on Foreign Relations and Harvard University. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Morton H. Halperin has 41 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1987 Forum as a Director for the Center for National Security Studies. The year with the most videos was 1998 with seven videos as a Senior Fellow for the Council on Foreign Relations. Most appearances with Peter Tarnoff (3), Thomas "Tom" S. Blanton (2), Mickey Edwards (2). Most common tags: Terrorism, Nuclear, Foreign Policy.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2009 - Present Senior Adviser, Open Society Institute Videos: 2 c. July 1, 2008 - Present Member, Strategic Posture Review Commission Videos: 1 c. January 1, 2003 - Present Advocacy Director, Washington, DC, Open Society Institute Videos: 7 c. September 8, 1995 - Present Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations Videos: 9 c. April 17, 1998 - Present Vice President, Twentieth Century Fund Videos: 4

Previously

Director, Policy Planning Staff, Department of State c. January 1, 1998 - c. January 1, 2001 Videos: 1 Special Assistant, White House c. April 22, 1994 - c. September 8, 1995 Videos: 4 Executive Director, National Security Archive c. March 30, 1998 - c. April 17, 1998 Videos: 1 Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace c. November 11, 1992 - c. April 22, 1994 Videos: 3 Director, Washington Office, American Civil Liberties Union c. May 4, 1988 - c. November 11, 1992 Videos: 7 Director, Center for National Security Studies c. December 7, 1987 - c. May 4, 1988 Videos: 2

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