As American business is increasingly sustained by a global market -- with international political and military strategies occupying vital roles -- he shares his views on coalition-building, conflict resolution and its after-effects. He has been on the front lines of the world's emerging markets, intimately aware of the political strategy and psychology that dictates corporate bottom lines. Clark applies his experience and skills in strategic leadership, high technology, training and organizational development to the challenges facing the corporate world -- offering a singularly informed and dynamic view of leadership based on honor, conviction and action.
In his role as Commander-in-Chief/U.S. Southern Command, General Clark was responsible for all U.S. military activities in Latin America and the Caribbean. From April 1994 through June 1996, he was the Director of Strategic Plans and Policy/J-5 in the Joint Staff, where he helped negotiate the end to the war in Bosnia. His previous assignments include a wide variety of command and staff positions, including Command of the 1st Calvary Division.
General Clark's honors include: the Presidential Medal of Freedom, State Department Distinguished Service Award, U.S. Department of Defense Distinguished Service Medal (five awards), U.S. Army Distinguished Service Medal (two), Silver Star, Bronze Star (two), Purple Heart, and Honorary Knighthoods from the British and Dutch governments.
Clark is the author of the best-selling book, Waging Modern War:
Bosnia, Kosovo and the Future of Combat, and Winning Modern War: Iraq,
Terrorism and the American Empire. His latest book, A Time to Lead: For
Duty, Honor, Country, was released in September. Part memoir, part
reflection on the current political environment, the book offers a
behind-the-scenes look at the ways the events
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