16 Facts About James Rubin


James Rubin wrote a regular column on foreign affairs for The Sunday Times of London, and is currently Diplomatic Counselor to the newly elected Secretary General of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development .

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James Rubin is the son of Harvey Rubin, a publisher and President of Pindar Press, and his wife, Judith, who trained students specializing in psychiatry.

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James Rubin was educated at Phillips Exeter Academy, from which he graduated in 1977, followed by Columbia College at Columbia University, from which he graduated with a BA in political science in 1982, and a Master of International Affairs in 1984 from Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs.

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Early in his career, James Rubin was the Assistant Director of Research at the Arms Control Association.

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James Rubin served under President Clinton as Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs and Chief Spokesman for the State Department from 1997 to May 2000.

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James Rubin took on a portfolio career, becoming: a Visiting Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics; a partner at communications consultancy Brunswick; and between 2002 and 2003, the host of PBS's Wide Angle series, a weekly international affairs program.

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James Rubin stated that Trimble's opinion was not important as he was "a Protestant", and so "traditionally conservative".

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James Rubin joined Bloomberg News in December 2010 and oversees editorial issues of Bloomberg News in Central and South America, Mexico, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa.

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James Rubin led Bloomberg View, a Bloomberg op-ed project, with David Shipley.

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James Rubin was appointed scholar in residence at Oxford University's Rothermere American Institute.

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James Rubin wrote a weekly foreign affairs column for the Sunday Times and co-chaired a high-level panel on Extending American Power for the Center for a New American Security in Washington.

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James Rubin was chair of International Policy and Strategy at Ballard Partners, based in Washington DC until June 2020.

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James Rubin was a contributing editor at Politico, writing on U S foreign policy and world affairs.

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James Rubin is the son of publisher Harvey James Rubin and his wife Judith.

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James Rubin's sister Elizabeth Rubin is a journalist, Edward R Murrow press fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, and staff writer for The New York Times Magazine.

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In 2013, he, his wife and son, Darius John James Rubin was born on 2000, and moved back to London to live permanently.

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