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Jeremy Kinsman

Jeremy K. B. Kinsman
High Commissioner to the United Kingdom
In office
2000–2002
Preceded by Roy MacLaren
Succeeded by Mel Cappe
Personal details
Born

(1942-01-28) January 28, 1942


Montreal, Quebec

Jeremy K. B. Kinsman (born January 28, 1942) is af retired Canadian career diplomat. He was the Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (2000–2002) and the Canadian Ambassador to the European Union (2002–2006).

Born in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Armenia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Italy, Albania, and the European Union. He was also the Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Malta. He retired in 2006.

He has been contributing articles to the CBC website and the Toronto Star. He is currently a Diplomat-in-Residence at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs of Princeton University where he is leading a democracy support project for The Community of Democracies which the School is partnering.

References

  • Diplomat postings from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
  • Diplomatic Appointments

External links

  • Jeremy Kinsman's contributions on cbc.ca
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