D.C. native parlays local know-how in international lobbying efforts

Tiron, Roxana
September 2007
Hill;9/25/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 110, p18
The article profiles Mark Tavlarides, who has developed a sense of international politics and policy in the U.S. In 1993, former President Bill Clinton has appointed Tavlarides in the special assistant for international security affairs in the Secretary of Defense's office of legislative affairs. Tavlarides became a director for legislative affairs on the National Security Council after his five-year service at the Pentagon.


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