Adam M. Garfinkle

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Adam M. Garfinkle (born June 1, 1951 in Washington, D. C.) is the editor of The American Interest, a public policy quarterly magazine. He was previously editor of another such publication, The National Interest. He has been a university teacher and a staff member at high levels of the U.S. government. He was a speechwriter to more than one U.S. Secretary of State.

Garfinkle was a speechwriter for both George W. Bush's Secretaries of State, Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice. He was editor of The National Interest and left to edit The American Interest magazine in 2005. Francis Fukuyama, Eliot Cohen, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Josef Joffe, and Ruth Wedgwood were among the magazine's founding leadership. wiki

Nuclear Publications

  • Adam Garfinkle, The Politics of the Nuclear Freeze (Foreign Policy Research Institute, 1984).
  • Adam Garfinkle, "The unmaking of the nuclear freeze," Washington Quarterly, 8, (1985).

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