William Drower

  • Spring 1974

William Mortimer Drower was posted to Washington by the British Foreign Office and has been named Counsellor charged with the study of American government and politics, in particular relations with the U.S. Congress. Prior to his appointment to Washington, Mr. Drower was the Foreign Office spokesman in Geneva and participated in conferences on Discontinuance of Nuclear Testing, Laos and 18 Power Disarmament Conference. From 1958 to 1960 he was in the Foreign Office in London and previously served in various assignments with the Foreign Office and Ministry of Defence in the Middle and Far East from 1946 to 1958. Mr. Drower began his career in 1936 as the English secretary to Shigeru Yoshida, then Japanese Ambassador to the Court of St. James'.