Laurence Pope

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Laurence Everett Pope, II (born 1945), retired United States Ambassador to Chad. Pope held a number of senior posts in the Department of State. He was the Director for Northern Gulf Affairs (1987–1990), Associate Director for Counter-Terrorism (1991–1993), U.S. Ambassador to Chad (1993–1996), In 2000, President Clinton nominated him for Ambassador to Kuwait but he did not receive the appointment from Congress.

Ambassador Pope retired from the U.S. Foreign Service on October 2, 2000 after 31 years of service. He continues to consult with various institutions and is a respected arabist. A graduate of Bowdoin College, Pope also had advanced studies at Princeton University and is a graduate of the U.S. Department of State Senior Seminar, a Senior Fellow at the Armed Forces Staff College. He speaks Arabic and French and resides in Portland, Maine.

Pope is the eldest son of Medal of Honor recipient Major Everett P. Pope.


  • Letters (1694–1700) of François de Callières to the Marquis d’Huxelles (Edwin Mellen Press, 2004)
  • "", Foreign Service Journal, April 2001, Vo. 78, No. 4.


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