William J. Perry
19th Secretary of Defense for the United States, the Michael and
Barbara Berberian Professor at Stanford University, School of
Engineering and the Institute for International Studies.
|Dr. Sonia Ben Ouagrham
||Senior Research Associate, Center for
Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International
Studies. Former Research Fellow at Advanced School of
Social Sciences, Paris, France.
|Dr. David M. Bernstein
||Research Associate, Center for International
Security and Cooperation, Stanford University. Consultant
to the Office of the Secretary of Defense on the Cooperative
Threat Reduction Program and the Department of Energy's Nuclear
Marcus W. Feldman
||Director, Morrison Institute
for Population and Resource Studies, Stanford University, the
Burnet C. and Mildred Finley Wohlford Professor, School of
Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University. Managing
Editor of Theoretical Population Biology and Associate
Editor of Genetics and Complexity.
Larisa V. Genin
of Marketing, Associate Dean St. Mary's College of California
Donald R. Gerth
California State University, Sacramento (CSUS), past President
of the International Association of University Presidents, the
governing board of the United Nations University, Professor of
Government and of Public Policy, CSUS.
James E. Goodby
diplomat and scholar. Former principal negotiator and
special representative of the U.S. President for nuclear
security and dismantlement. Former Vice-Chairman of the
U.S. delegation to the START talks. Former deputy
Assistant to the U.S. Secretary of State for European
Randy H. Hamilton
Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley. Former
President of the American Society for Public Administration, the
California Association of Public Administration Educators, and
the Western Governmental Research Association. The
Founding Dean of the Graduate School of Public Administration,
Golden Gate University.
Ward A. Hanson
of the Graduate School of Business and the Center for Electronic
Commerce, Stanford University. Past faculty member
of the Graduate School of Business and the Purdue Krannert
School of Management, University of
for International Studies, Stanford University. The
Raymond A. Spruance Professor in International History, Stanford
University. Past Co-Director of the Center for
International Security and Arms Control and Associate Dean in the
School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford
John H. Hnatio
of Energy Founder and Program Director for the Initiatives for Proliferation
Prevention Program. Professor of Strategic Leadership and
Decision-Making at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces,
National Defense University. Former Consultant to the
International Atomic Energy Agency.
Michael D. Intriligator
||Director of the the
Burkle Center for International Relations, UCLA. Director
of the the Jacob Marschak Interdisciplinary Colloquim on
Mathematics in the Behavioral Sciences. Vice-Chair of
Economists Allied for Arms Reduction (ECAAR). Senior
Fellow at the Milken Institute and the Gorbachev
Foundation. Professor of Economics, Political Science and
Policy Studies, UCLA.
Alexei I. Izyumov
||Director of the
Center for Emerging Market Economies and a Professor of
Economics at the School of Economics and Public Affairs,
University of Louisville. Former Senior Research Fellow at
the Institute of the USA and Canada studies. UN expert on
James E. Meadows
of the Presidio Trust, San Francisco. Former Executive
Director of the Lowry Redevelopment Authority, Denver.
Member of the Board of the National Association of Installation
Developers and the Coro Foundation.
||President of Harry
Sello & Associates. A pioneer in establishment of
Silicon Valley. Former senior executive at the Fairchild
Semiconductor and American Electronics Association.
Advisor on Military Critical Semiconductor Technology for the
U.S. Departments of Commerce and Defense.
Mark I. Shteynberg
and military observer of the American-Russian media.
Author of more than 600 military analytical articles and reviews
in the US, Israel, and Russian media on Russian conventional
weapons and WMD.
Jonathan B. Tucker
||Director of the Chemical
and Biological Weapons Nonproliferation Project at the Center
for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of
International Studies. Member of the BW inspection team in
Baghdad, Iraq, under the auspices of the UNSCOM. The
Robert Wesson Fellow in Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy
at Hoover Institution, Stanford University.
Arkadiy I. Yarovskiy
Frederick Taylor University. Former Professor-Consultant
at the Morrison Institute for Population and Resource Studies,
Stanford University. Former chief designer of new military