Martin Indyk

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BornJuly 1, 1951
London, United Kingdom
Alma materUniversity of Sydney, Australian National University
ReligionReform Judaism
ChildrenSarah Jacob
SiblingsIvor Indyk
SpouseJill Collier Indyk
Founder ofWashington Institute for Near East Policy
Member ofBrookings Institution, Council on Foreign Relations/Experts, Council on Foreign Relations/Members, Lowy Institute, The American Academy in Berlin/Distinguished Visitors
US Ambassador to Israel, Vice president of Brookings

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In office
January 25, 2000 - July 13, 2001
Appointed byBill Clinton

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In office
April 10, 1995 - September 27, 1997
Appointed byBill Clinton

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In office
October 14, 1997 - November 16, 1999
Appointed byBill Clinton

Martin Indyk founded the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

In 2000, he was "apparently ... the first serving U.S. ambassador to be stripped of government security clearance."[1]


Events Participated in

Munich Security Conference/20131 February 20133 February 2013Germany
The 49th Munich Security Conference
Munich Security Conference/201431 January 20142 February 2014Germany
The 50th Munich Security Conference
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