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Encyclopedia > Ambassadors from the United States

This is a list of ambassadors from the United States.


The incumbents change from time to time; sometimes a post starts or stops being temporarily headed by a lower ranking diplomat. Occasionally, a post is created or abolished.

Contents

Current U.S. Ambassadors

Host country
(mostly unofficial names)
U.S. Ambassador
Afghanistan Ronald E. Neumann
Albania Marcie Berman Ries
Algeria Robert Stephen Ford
Angola Cynthia Grissom Efird
Antigua and Barbuda Mary M. Ourisman
Argentina Lino Gutierrez
Armenia John M. Evans
Australia Robert McCallum, Jr.
Austria Susan McCaw
Azerbaijan Anne E. Derse
Bahamas John D. Rood
Bahrain William T. Monroe
Bangladesh Harry K. Thomas Jr.
Barbados Mary M. Ourisman
Belarus George A. Krol
Belgium Tom C. Korologos
Belize Robert J. Dieter
Benin Wayne E. Neill
Bhutan [1]
Bolivia David N. Greenlee
Bosnia-Herzegovina Douglas L. McElhaney
Botswana Katherine H. Canavan
Brazil Clifford M. Sobel
Brunei Emil Skodon
Bulgaria John R. Beyrle
Burkina Faso Jeanine Jackson
Burundi James Yellin
Cambodia Joseph A. Mussomeli
Cameroon Niels Marquardt
Canada David Wilkins
Cape Verde Roger D. Pierce
Chad Marc M. Wall
Chile Craig A. Kelly
China Clark T. Randt, Jr.
Colombia William B. Wood
Commonwealth of Dominica Mary M. Ourisman
Congo-Kinshasa Roger A. Meece
Congo-Brazzaville Robin Renee Sanders
Costa Rica Mark Langdale
Côte d'Ivoire Aubrey Hooks
Croatia Ralph Frank
Cuba Michael E. Parmly[1]
Cyprus Ronald Lewis Schlicher
Czech Republic Rick Graber
Denmark James P. Cain
Dominican Republic Hans H. Hertell
Djibouti Marguerita Ragsdale
East Timor Grover Joseph Rees III
Ecuador Linda L. Jewell
Egypt Francis J. Ricciardone Jr.
El Salvador Hugh Douglas Barclay
Equatorial Guinea Donald C. Johnson
Eritrea Scott H. DeLisi
Estonia Aldona Zofia Wos
Ethiopia Donald Y. Yamamoto
Fiji Larry M. Dinger
Finland Marilyn Ware
France Craig Roberts Stapleton
Gabon R. Barrie Walkley
The Gambia Joseph D. Stafford III
Georgia John F. Tefft
Germany William R. Timken, Jr.
Ghana Pamela Bridgewater
Greece Charles P. Ries
Grenada Mary M. Ourisman
Grenadines Mary M. Ourisman
Guatemala James M. Durham
Guinea Jackson McDonald
Guyana Roland W. Bullen
Holy See Francis Rooney
Honduras Charles A. Ford
Hungary April H. Foley
Iceland Carol van Voorst
India David C. Mulford
Indonesia B. Lynn Pascoe
Iran [1]
Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad
Ireland James C. Kenny
Israel Richard H. Jones
Italy Ronald P. Spogli
Jamaica Brenda LaGrange Johnson
Japan John Thomas Schieffer
Jordan David Hale
Kazakhstan John M. Ordway
Kenya William M. Bellamy
North Korea [1]
South Korea Alexander Vershbow
Kosovo Marcie B. Ries
Kuwait Richard LeBaron
Kyrgyzstan Marie L. Yovanovitch
Laos Patricia M. Haslach
Latvia Catherine Todd Bailey
Lebanon Jeffrey D. Feltman
Lesotho June Carter Perry
Liberia Donald E. Booth
Lithuania Stephen D. Mull
Luxembourg Ann Wagner
Macedonia Gillian A. Milovanovic
Madagascar James D. McGee
Malawi Alan Eastham
Malaysia Christopher J. LaFleur
Mali Terence P. McCulley
Malta Molly Bordonaro
Marshall Islands Greta N. Morris
Mauritania Joseph LeBaron
Mexico Antonio O. Garza Jr.
Micronesia Suzanne Hale
Moldova Heather M. Hodges
Mongolia Pamela J.H. Slutz
Montenegro pending
Morocco Thomas T. Riley
Mozambique Helen La Lime
Namibia Joyce Anne Barr
Nepal James Moriarty
Netherlands Roland Arnall
New Zealand William P. McCormick
Nicaragua Paul A. Trivelli
Nigeria John F. Campbell
Norway Benson K. Whitney
Oman Gary A. Grappo
Pakistan Ryan Crocker
Panama William Alan Eaton
Papua New Guinea Leslie V. Rowe
Paraguay James Cason
Peru James Curtis Struble
Philippines Kristie A. Kenney
Poland Victor Ashe
Portugal Alfred Hoffman, Jr.
Qatar Chase Untermeyer
Romania Nicholas F. Taubman
Russia William Joseph Burns
Rwanda Michael R. Arietti
Saint Lucia Mary M. Ourisman
Saint Vincent Mary M. Ourisman
Saudi Arabia James C. Oberwetter
Serbia   Michael C. Polt
Sierra Leone Thomas N. Hull
Singapore Patricia L. Herbold
Slovakia Rodolphe M. Vallee
Slovenia Thomas B. Robertson
Solomon Islands Leslie V. Rowe
Spain Eduardo Aguirre
Sri Lanka Robert O. Blake, Jr.
St. Kitts and Nevis Mary M. Ourisman
Suriname Marsha E. Barnes
Swaziland Lewis Lucke
Sweden Michael M. Wood
Switzerland Pamela Willeford
Syria Margaret Scobey (recalled February 2005 in protest of Rafik Hariri assassination [1])
Tajikistan Richard E. Hoagland
Tanzania Michael Retzer
Thailand Ralph L. Boyce
Togo David B. Dunn
Trinidad and Tobago Dr. Roy L. Austin
Tunisia William J. Hudson
Turkey Ross Wilson
Turkmenistan Tracey Jacobson
Ukraine William B. Taylor, Jr.
United Arab Emirates   Michele J. Sison
United Kingdom Robert Tuttle
Uruguay Martin J. Silverstein
Uzbekistan John Purnell
Vanuatu Leslie V. Rowe
Venezuela William Brownfield
Vietnam Michael W. Marine
Yemen Tom C. Krajeski
Zambia Carmen M. Martinez
Zimbabwe Christopher William Dell

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Notes

  1. ^ a b c d The United States of America does not currently maintain diplomatic relations with the Kingdom of Bhutan, the Republic of Cuba, the Islamic Republic of Iran or the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. American citizens who travel to these countries do so at their own risk and in some cases in violation of U.S. and/or UN sanctions. U.S. interests in the Republic of Cuba are handled by the U.S. Interests section of the Embassy of Switzerland in Havana; U.S. interests in the Islamic Republic of Iran are handled by the U.S. Interests section of the Embassy of Switzerland in Tehran.

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Ambassadors to International Organizations

Current ambassadors from the United States to international organizations

Host organization Location Ambassador
Conference on Disarmament Geneva, Switzerland Jackie Wolcott Sanders
European Union Brussels, Belgium C. Boyden Gray
African Union Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Cindy Lou Courville
International Civil Aviation Organization Montreal, Canada Edward W. Stimpson
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Brussels, Belgium Victoria Nuland
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development Paris, France Constance A. Morella
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Vienna, Austria Julie Finley
Organization of American States Washington, DC, United States John Maisto
United Nations New York, United States Alejandro Wolff (Interim)
United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization Rome, Italy Tony P. Hall
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Paris, France Louise V. Oliver
United Nations Environment Programme Nairobi, Kenya Johnnie Carson
United Nations International Organizations in Vienna Vienna, Austria Greg Schulte

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Ambassadors-at-large

Current ambassadors-at-large from the United States with worldwide responsibility: Ambassador-at-Large is the title for an Ambassador (diplomat of the highest carreer rank, not counting the rather political superiors in government) who is NOT posted (in residence) in a given embassy (accredited to one or exceptionally several, usually neighbouring, governments and/or seat of international organizations), but given...

Title (competence) Ambassador
Ambassador-at-Large for War Crimes Issues Pierre-Richard Prosper
Ambassador-at-Large for Counterterrorism J. Cofer Black

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Other Senior Diplomatic Representatives

Other senior diplomatic representatives from the United States

Host country Ambassador Title
Bangladesh Judith Ann Chammas Chargé d'Affaires
Belgium Brenda B. Schoonover Chargé d'Affaires
Burkina Faso Cynthia Akuetteh Chargé d'Affaires
Ethiopia Vicki Huddleston Chargé d'Affaires
Haiti Timothy M. Carney Chargé d'Affaires
Libya Gregory L. Berry Principal Officer
Mauritius Stephen M. Schwartz Chargé d'Affaires
Niger John W. Davison Chargé d'Affaires
Philippines Paul W. Jones Chargé d'Affaires
Senegal Robert P. Jackson Chargé d'Affaires
South Africa Donald Teitelbaum Chargé d'Affaires
Sudan Cameron Hume Chargé d'Affaires
Sweden Stephen V. Noble Chargé d'Affaires
Taiwan Stephen Young Director of the Taipei office of the American Institute in Taiwan
Uganda William E. Fitzgerald Chargé d'Affaires
Uruguay James D. Nealon Chargé d'Affaires

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Past Ambassadors

Well-known past ambassadors from the United States For other uses, see Ambassador (disambiguation). ...

Ambassador Host country or organization
Charles Francis Adams United Kingdom
James W. Spain Tanzania, Turkey, Sri Lanka, UN
John Adams United Kingdom, Netherlands
John Quincy Adams United Kingdom, Russia, Netherlands, Germany
Madeleine K. Albright United Nations
Walter H. Annenberg United Kingdom
William Waldorf Astor Italy
Alfred Atherton Egypt
Warren R. Austin UN
Shirley Temple Black Czechoslovakia, Ghana, United Nations
Barbara Bodine Yemen
Corrinne Claiborne "Lindy" Boggs Holy See
L. Paul Bremer Netherlands
James Buchanan Russia, United Kingdom
Ellsworth Bunker South Vietnam
George H. W. Bush United Nations
Lewis Cass Sr. France
Lewis Cass Jr. Holy See
Richard F. Celeste India
Daniel R. Coats Germany
George M. Dallas United Kingdom, Russia
Monnett Bain Davis Panama Israel
John W. Davis United Kingdom
Charles G. Dawes United Kingdom
Adolph Dubs Afghanistan
Lawrence Eagleburger Yugoslavia
John Eisenhower Belgium
Ted Eliot Afghanistan
Millicent Fenwick United Nations
Raymond Flynn Holy See
Thomas S. Foley Japan
Benjamin Franklin France, Sweden
Frederick T. Frelinghuysen United Kingdom
John Kenneth Galbraith India
April Glaspie Iraq
Arthur Goldberg United Nations
Michael E. Guest Romania
Hannibal Hamlin Spain
W. Averell Harriman Soviet Union, United Kingdom
Pamela Harriman France
Patricia Roberts Harris Luxembourg
John Hay United Kingdom
Richard Holbrooke United Nations, Germany
John Jay Spain
Thomas Jefferson France
Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. United Kingdom
Alan Keyes United Nations Social and Economic Council
Rufus King United Kingdom
Jeane Kirkpatrick United Nations
Richard F. Kneip Singapore
Robert Todd Lincoln United Kingdom
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. United Nations, Germany
Winston Lord China
Clare Boothe Luce Italy
Douglas MacArthur II Japan, Iran, Austria and Belgium
Michael J. Mansfield Japan
Graham Martin South Vietnam
George S. McGovern United Nations agencies in Rome
Andrew W. Mellon United Kingdom
Walter F. Mondale Japan
James Monroe France, United Kingdom
Gouverneur Morris France
Dwight W. Morrow Mexico
John H. Morrow Guinea, UNESCO
Daniel Patrick Moynihan United Nations
John Negroponte Honduras, Iraq, Mexico, Philippines, United Nations
Walter Page United Kingdom
Pete Peterson Vietnam
Charles C. Pinckney France, Spain
Thomas Pinckney United Kingdom
William Pinkney United Kingdom, Russia
John Randolph Russia
Whitelaw Reid United Kingdom, France
Elliot L. Richardson United Kingdom
Donald Rumsfeld NATO
Richard Rush United Kingdom
James R. Sasser China
William B. Saxbe India
Talcott Seelye Tunisia, Syria
R. Sargent Shriver France
Jean Kennedy Smith Ireland
Raymond A. Spruance Philippines
Adlai E. Stevenson II United Nations
William Sullivan Laos, Philippines, Iran
Alphonso Taft Austria, Russia
William Howard Taft III Ireland
Martin Van Buren United Kingdom
Edward S. Walker, Jr. United Arab Emirates, United Nations, Egypt, Israel
Richard L. Walker South Korea
Andrew Young United Nations

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