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Biography of Stuart E. Jones

Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs
Washington, DC


Deputy Assistant Secretary

Stuart E. JonesStuart E. Jones, a career member of the Foreign Service, re-joined the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs in July 2008 as Deputy Assistant Secretary with responsibility for the Balkan region.

He was previously the Deputy Chief of Mission at the American Embassy in Cairo, Egypt. He has also served at the National Security Council as Director for Iraq and in Iraq, as Governorate Coordinator for Al Anbar Province. Other foreign tours include: Ankara, as political counselor, Adana (Turkey) as principal officer, San Salvador and Bogota. Domestic tours include as deputy director for European regional political military affairs, as Desk officer for Serbia, and at the US Mission to the United Nations, as special assistant to the Permanent Representative.

Originally from Philadelphia, Mr. Jones is a graduate of Duke University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.


Released on August 15, 2008

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