Skoug, Kenneth N., Jr.
SKOUG, Kenneth N., Jr.
SKOUG, Kenneth N., Jr. American, b. 1931. Genres: International relations/Current affairs. Career: U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, foreign service officer, 195790, including assignments in security for the Caribbean, 1957-59, in Germany, 1959-61, and Mexico, 1961-63, in United Nations political affairs, 1963-65, in Czechoslovakia, 1967-69, in German affairs, 196973, in the USSR, 1976-79, economic and commercial counselor in Caracas, Venezuela, 1979-82, minister counselor, 1980-90, coordinator for Cuba, 1982-88, charge d'affaires in Caracas, 1989-90; writer and public speaker on foreign policy issues, 1990-. Publications: Cuba as a Model and a Challenge, 1984; The United States and Cuba under Reagan and Shultz: A Foreign Service Officer Reports, 1996; Czechoslovakia's Lost Fight for Freedom, 1967-1969: An American Embassy Perspective, 1999; Foreign Affairs Oral History Collection: An Interview with Kenneth N. Skoug 2000, 2003. Contributor to periodicals. Address: 8320 Fort Hunt Rd, Alexandria, VA 22308, U.S.A.