Security Panel / USA

Cameron Munter is a global consultant based in Prague. He previously worked as a diplomat, academic, and executive. He is currently Senior Fellow at the CEVRO Institute in Prague, and Non-Resident Distinguished Fellow at the Atlantic Council in Washington. Munter was a Foreign Service Officer for nearly three decades. He was U.S. ambassador to Pakistan 2010-2012, and to Serbia 2007-2009. He served twice in Iraq (in Mosul and in Baghdad). He was also NSC Director ior Central Europe in the Clinton and Bush White Houses, Chief of Staff of the NATO Enlargement Ratification Office, and served overseas in Warsaw, Prague, and Bonn. After his retirement from the diplomatic service, he taught at Columbia Law School and Pomona College. He then became President and CEO of the EastWest Institute in New York, and there led extensive global track-two mediation efforts. He stepped down from that post at the end of 2019. Munter earned a BA in German Studies at Cornell and a PhD in European History at Johns Hopkins. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the American Academy of Diplomacy. In the Czech Republic, he advises the international diversified investment group PPF, and serves on corporate and nonprofit boards around the world.