Edward Rowny

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Edward Rowny (Lt. General U.S. Army (Ret.)), is a former Ambassador and Joint Chiefs of Staff Representative for SALT II and was based in Geneva. He was President Ronald Reagan's chief strategic negotiator for four years and later Special Advisor for Arms Control to Presidents Reagan and Bush until he retired in 1990. [1]

As a soldier (World War II, Korea and Vietnam) and strategic thinker Ed Rowny was Deputy Chairman of NATOs Military Committee and initiated the Mutal and Balanced Forces Reduction (MBFR) negotiations.

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  1. International Advisory Board, World Security Network, (Cached Page from 2008) accessed November 25, 2008.

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