James Baker, III
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The dean of American statesmen, James Baker offers the insight and perspective of a man who has stood at the epicenter of domestic and international affairs.
As secretary of state, James Baker stood at the center of an international revolution that saw the fall of the Iron Curtain, led the expulsion of Iraq from Kuwait and peace efforts in the Middle East. He provides incomparable insight into today’s headline-making global and domestic issues. As secretary of the treasury and White House chief of staff to President Reagan, Baker oversaw one of the longest peacetime economic expansions in history. He brings that experience to bear on world economics, offering his audiences an understanding of the complexities of the global economy and the delicate issues that must be addressed by businesses and governments. Named special presidential envoy to Iraq tasked with handling and restructuring Iraqi debt, Baker possesses firsthand knowledge of the Iraqi political, economic and infrastructure challenges. Baker has counseled and dealt with some of the most prominent leaders on the world stage as they handled both crisis and conflict. He shares his understanding of leadership with audiences, underscoring the necessary qualities that make leaders effective.
James A. Baker, III Speaks at President Reagan's 107th Birthday Celebration
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Secretary Baker was a fantastic speaker. He was funny, warm, humble, and very fair in his remarks.Washington University in St. Louis
James Baker's presentation was a complete success. He provided our group with an incisive look at today's geopolitical landscape. Everyone enjoyed the time with him.Pension Real Estate Association
James Baker, III