Expert Commentary

Sudan Has Improved, but Is it Enough?

Ambassador Philip Carter III
Executive Vice President, Jefferson Waterman International

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Phillip Carter is the Executive Vice President at Jefferson Waterman International, an international consultancy firm in Washington D.C.  Prior to his current position, Ambassador Carter was a career foreign service officer with the State Department.  In addition to several senior positions at State's Bureau of African Affairs, Ambassador Carter served in Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea, Gabon, Madagascar, Malawi, Bangladesh, Mexico and Canada.  His last assignment in the Foreign Service... Read More

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