Sven Kraemer

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(academic)
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Alma materHarvard, UCB
ParentsFritz G. A. Kraemer
Member ofLe Cercle
Interests • National Security
• U.S. Foreign Policy
• Arms control

Sven F. Kraemer has worked as a policy advisor to Douglas J. Feith, the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy[1].

Background

Sven Kraemer's father was Fritz G. A. Kraemer, a veteran Pentagon policy advisor and sometime friend of Henry Kissinger.[1] In 1961 he studied at Harvard College. In 1964 he was awarded an MA from the University of California at Berkeley.

Career

Kraemer was a guest lecturer at the Institute of World Politics, where he is teaching a course on "U.S. National Security Strategy, Emerging Threats, and Arms Control".

He has worked with Frank Carlucci, the US National Security Advisor.[2]

Kraemer was also project director for "The Soviet Union Fights The Cold War", a CD-ROM of Reagan administration documents produced by the American Foreign Policy Council. The page on the AFPC site promoting the CD features endorsements from prominent neo-conservative luminaries. For example, Donald Rumsfeld says the disc contains "Compelling details on the specifics of the Soviet threat to the world." [2]

In 2000 he was President of Global Challenge.

Kraemer was an instructor in political philosophy at the University of California, Berkeley[3].

Award

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Sven Kraemer was given the Secretary of Defense Medal for Meritorious Civilian Service, th highest civilian award, for the first time awarded to a non-Department of Defense Official.[4]

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Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Colloquium on Analysis and Estimates30 November 19791 December 1979Spooky 1979 Washington conference
Colloquium on Intelligence and Policy9 November 198410 November 1984A spooky conference in November 1984
Le Cercle/1985 (Washington)7 January 198510 January 1985US
Washington DC
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