DIPLOMARINE

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"...the fascinating story of the author's experiences as a Marine and diplomat ...a valuable, if not unique, window on the international relations field."

- Senator Harry Reid
"A celebration of a life lived to the full serving the United States by a master storyteller that entertains and amazes. I couldn't put it down."

- Ambassador Myles Frechette
"...far more boots-on-the-ground than striped pants and suspenders, snappy stories of good and bad ambassadors, smart and dumb U.S. policies that teaches more lessons on foreign relations than any academic tome."

- Juan Tamayo, Miami Herlad
"...a thoroughly enjoyable and often hilarious education about US foreign policies the history books may have covered, but without Tim Brown's down-to-earth anecdotes and insights."

- Robert Morton, NewsMax, Washington Times
"...a rare, possibly unique, bottom-up presentation of diplomacy with a Chaucerian flair... candid, and at times politically incorrect, insights... all the makings of a New York Times best seller."

- Bill Ratliff, Hoover Institution, Stanford
"...a riveting first-person account of experiences and adventures, close shaves, near misses and competing agendas that keeps the pages turning."

- Dr. Paul Manoukian, MD
"...a thoroughly enjoyable and often hilarious education about US foreign policies the history books may have covered, but without Tim Brown's down-to-earth anecdotes and insights."

A lively, often humorous, account of life on the dark side of diplomacy, Diplomarine is a must read for anyone interested in foreign affairs or, for that matter, just looking for an extraordinarily entertaining read. Far from a tranquil island of peace and compromise, Brown paints the diplomatic world as a place that can, and often does, suddenly morph into a dangerous arena full of violence and conflicts. A foreign affairs professional for thirty-seven years, ten as a Marine, twenty-seven as a Foreign Service Officer, Brown opens to the reader a window onto the real world of work-a-day diplomacy, where politics, intrigues, and competition for power and prestige churn constantly beneath a polite veneer of embassies and envoys. As he drolly puts it, “I spent more time at war as a diplomat than I ever did as a Marine.”

A United States Senator, a professional Ambassador, former editors of the Washington Times and Miami Herald, a world-renown scholar of foreign affairs, a widely read professional, all have high praise for Timothy Brown’s new book, DIPLOMARINE, calling it a riveting account of experiences and adventures; a celebration of life; a great read full of common sense and humor; a rare, possibly unique presentation of diplomacy with a Chaucerian flair; a thoroughly enjoyable, often hilarious education on events in 20th Century U.S. foreign policy the history books may have covered, but without Brown’s down-to-earth anecdotes and insights; all the makings of a New York
Times best seller. Who could ask for anything more?

Please browse this website to learn more about author Dr. Timothy Brown
and preview Diplomarine. You can also find information about his other
writings, which include When the AK-47s Fall Silent and The Real Contra War.

For Five Star Clarion Foreword Review and Kirkus Reviews of DIPLOMARINE.

Read previews and reviews of all three books right here.

Dr. Brown’s thoughts on insurgencies? Illegal immigration?
Women in combat?
Iraq and Genghis Khan? 

Contact Dr. Brown to inquire about a speaking engagement, or with any
questions or comments you might have.


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