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Profile: Brian Dean Curran

Positions that Brian Dean Curran has held:

  • US Ambassador to Haiti

Brian Dean Curran was a participant or observer in the following events:

Clinton holdover US Ambassador to Haiti Brian Dean Curran complains that Stanley Lucas of the Republican-dominated International Republican Institute (IRI) is “undermining” international efforts to help Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide and the Democratic Convergence come to a compromise over Haiti’s contested 2000 congressional elections (see May 21, 2000). [Newsday, 3/16/2004]

Entity Tags: Stanley Lucas, Brian Dean Curran, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, International Republican Institute, Democratic Convergence

Timeline Tags: Haiti Coup

US Ambassador to Haiti Brian Dean Curran, a Clinton holdover, says in a farewell address to the Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce (HAMCHAM), “The United States accepts President Aristide as the constitutional president of Haiti for his term of office ending in 2006.” [Haiti Papers, 11/2003 pdf file; New York Times, 2/29/2004] Curran is sent to Naples, Italy and succeeded by career diplomat James Foley. [Associated Press, 8/1/2003; New York Times, 2/29/2004]

Entity Tags: Brian Dean Curran, James Foley

Timeline Tags: Haiti Coup

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