ByJenonne Walker
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Jenonne Walker had a nearly 30 year career in American foreign policy institutions, including positions in both the Central Intelligence Agency and the State Department. Her latest government position, as the Director of the State Department office responsible for European and United Nations’ arms control issues during the Reagan Administration, provided Ms. Walker with valuable insights into the ways in which American foreign policy is formulated. When we interviewed her in January 1991, Ms. Walker was a Senior Associate with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, researching European security and U.S.-European relations. She is widely published on the subject of American foreign policy, including a recent article, “Keeping America in Europe”, which appeared in the Summer 1991 volume of Foreign Policy.