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Pedro A. Sanjuan

Director of the Hemispheric Center

American Enterprise Institute

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Pedro Sanjuan thrived as a rebel for over two-and-a-half decades in seven federal government departments during seven presidential administrations.
He served two tours of duty on the White House staff and was a senior US representative to two major international organizations. Sanjuan consistently made trouble - first as a Democrat - then as a Republican - and finally as an international negotiator. His remarkable success at "re-engineering" large parts of the US government (before the term became fashionable) was recently documented in the Journal of American History. Sanjuan's public service career has been paralleled by prolific creative work as a fine artist. His art has been presented by several art galleries, recognized by the Cosmos Club (Washington's intellectual Mecca), hung in the Corcoran Gallery of Art , and sold at auction, including at Christie's, New York. A protégé of the late Senator Robert Kennedy, who praised, heckled and encouraged him, Sanjuan dismantled the State Department's racist-oriented foreign policy, then proceeded to drive the crooks out of the Inter-American Development Bank. While in the Arms Control Agency, Sanjuan helped disseminate the model arms control initiatives we use today, then, on the White House staff, was instrumental in promoting the new Panama Canal Treaties. He was named a Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and directed their non-proliferation of nuclear weapons initiatives and created the AEI Hemispheric Center. Sanjuan promoted the establishment of three new nations in the Pacific as Assistant Secretary of Interior and was subsequently appointed as a top-ranking American - by Vice President George Bush and Jeane Kirkpatrick - charged with mapping the vast Soviet intelligence gathering operation inside the United Nations Secretariat. Sanjuan has created several sequences of graphic works - including etchings of large dimension and generous detail - which, in addition to his paintings, sculptures, games and constructions, are best subsumed under the category of "maximalist art." His journalistic writings and op/ed articles regularly appear in major periodicals and newspapers, including The Washington Quarterly, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal and in publications in the UK, Eastern Europe and Russia. *See article in September 2000 issue of Journal of American History on how Sanjuan terrorized the Department of State in pursuit of noble foreign policy objectives.


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The institute's president was Pedro Sanjuan, a former director of the AEI's Hemispheric Center and a former UN official during Jeane Kirkpatrick's tenure as UN ambassador.


AlterNet: The Armageddon Man

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The institute's president was Pedro Sanjuan, a former director of the AEI's Hemispheric Center and a former U.N. official during Jeane Kirkpatrick's tenure as U.N. ambassador.


CounterPunch: "America's Best Political Newsletter"

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The institute's president was Pedro Sanjuan, a former director of the AEI's Hemispheric Center and a former UN official during Jeane Kirkpatrick's tenure as UN ambassador.


Commentary by Howard Phillips. The Constitutional Government Blog

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The April 19 Washington Times carries an article by Pedro San Juan, former political affairs director in the United Nations Secretariat and author of the forthcoming book, U.N. Gang", to be published by Doubleday.
I have not seen Pedro in a number of years since I first met him while I was on the staff of the Republican National Committee (1966-1968). Pedro came up with the idea for a new organization to be called "Close Up", by means of which high school and college students from all over America would be brought to Washington, D.C. to learn more about the operations of government. Pedro assured me "Close Up" would be non-partisan and it seemed to me to be a good idea. Accordingly, I acceded his request that I line up prominent Republicans to be co-sponsors of the "Close Up" idea. This was to be an entirely private sector operation. Sometime later, however, Pedro got the idea that the program could reach many more people if it were subsidized by the Federal government.


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