Simpson, (Robert) Smith
SIMPSON, (Robert) Smith
SIMPSON, (Robert) Smith. American, b. 1906. Genres: International relations/Current affairs. Career: Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Dept. of State, 1944-62; co-drafter, UN Charter and Constitution of the Food and Agricultural Organization; consultant, U.S. Dept. of State, 1965-66; Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown Univ, founding member, 1977, board of directors, 1977-92; retired professor, public servant, diplomat. Publications: Belgium in Transition, 1946; El Movimento Obrero en los Estados Unidos de Norteamerica, 1951; Anatomy of the State Department, 1967; (ed. and contrib.) Resources and Needs of American Diplomacy, 1968; (ed. and contrib.) Instruction in Diplomacy: The Liberal Arts Approach, 1972; The Crisis in American Diplomacy, 1980; Perspectives on the Study of Diplomacy, 1986; Education in Diplomacy, 1987; Diplomacy, Reveries and Realities (memoirs), forthcoming. Address: Westminster Canterbury of the Blue Ridge, 250 Pantops Mountain Rd, Charlottesville, VA 22911, U.S.A.