Killham, Edward L(eo)
KILLHAM, Edward L(eo)
KILLHAM, Edward L(eo). American, b. 1926. Genres: International relations/Current affairs. Career: U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, minister/counselor in U.S. Foreign Service, 1952-87, including service at U.S. embassies in Moscow, London, and Copenhagen, and with Office of Soviet Union Affairs and Office of Research and Intelligence, executive secretary at Treasury Department, 1961-63, deputy assistant secretary general of international staff, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1974-77, special adviser to U.S. delegation to strategic arms limitation talks in Geneva, Switzerland, 1977-78, ACDA representative on U.S. delegation to mutual balanced force reduction talks in Vienna, Austria, 1978-79, deputy chief of mission at U.S. embassy in Brussels, Belgium, 1979-82, deputy chairperson of U.S. delegation to Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), Madrid, Spain, 1982-83, State Department adviser to Naval War College, 1983-85, deputy chairperson of U.S. delegation to CSCE Human Rights Conference, Ottawa, ON, 1985, director of Central African affairs, 1985-87; Killham Associates Consulting, Washington, DC, president, 1987-. Consultant to U.S. Department of Defense and U.S. Information Agency; Fulbright Professor, Copenhagen University, Denmark, 1996. Publications: The Nordic Way: A Path to Baltic Equilibrium, 1993. Contributor of articles and reviews to newspapers and professional journals. Address: Killham Associates Consulting, 3615 Winfield Lane N.W., Washington, DC 20007, U.S.A.