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Sung-Yoon Lee, Kim Koo-Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Studies and Assistant Professor, is a leading expert on North and South Korea, as well as U.S.-East Asia relations. His essays have been published in The Hill, The National Interest, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Foreign Affairs, The Weekly Standard, and The Christian Science Monitor. A frequent commentator on Korean affairs, Lee has appeared on BBC, NPR, PBS, CNN, ABC, NBC, and CGTN, and has testified as an expert witness at hearings for The House Committee on Foreign Affairs and Otto Warmbier against North Korea. Areas of focus include North and South Korea, and U.S.-East Asia Relations.

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Monica Duffy Toft is a Professor of International Politics. Prior to her teaching career, which has included time at the University of Oxford and Harvard University, Toft spent four years in the U.S. Army as a Russian linguist. Her areas of research include international security, ethnic and religious violence, civil wars, and demography. She has published numerous articles and editorials on civil wars, territory and nationalism, demography, and religion in global politics in The Hill and The National Interest. She has appeared on Fox News and NBC Boston, as well as in publications like Bloomberg, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times and Military Times. Areas of focus include Russia, the Middle East, international security, demography, and the cost of war.

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Daniel Drezner is a Professor of International Politics and a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. His latest book, The Ideas Industry: How Pessimists, Partisans, and Plutocrats are Transforming the Marketplace of Ideas, was released in April 2017. Drezner has written for numerous scholarly journals, as well as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Politico, Foreign Affairs, and a regular contributor to The Washington Post. Additionally, he has been a contributing editor for Foreign Policy and The National Interest. He is a regular commentator on CNN and CNBC. Areas of focus include U.S. foreign policy, geopolitics, and the global political economy.

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John Shattuck is a Professor of Practice in Diplomacy, as well as an international legal scholar, diplomat, and human rights expert. He served as U.S. Ambassador to the Czech Republic and Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor during the Clinton administration. In 2009, he became President and Rector of Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. He has published several books and dozens of articles on U.S. foreign policy, human rights, civil liberties, and higher education. He has written for publications such as The Washington Post, The New York Times, and The Boston Globe, and has been interviewed by BBC News. Areas of focus include U.S. foreign policy, the Balkans and Eastern Europe, human rights, democracy-building, diplomacy, and peace negotiations.

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Elizabeth H. Prodromou is a Visiting Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution. Before joining Fletcher, Prodromou served a diplomatic appointment as Vice Chair and Commissioner of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (2004-2012) and was a member of the Secretary of State’s Religion & Foreign Policy Working Group (2011-2015). Her research focuses on the intersection of religion, democracy, and security, with an expertise in the Near East and Southeastern Europe. She has been published in scholarly and policy journals, as well as interviewed by Vox, Financial Times, Fox News, The Christian Science Monitor and New England Cable News (NECN). She has also been involved in advisory work for international organizations and NGOs on international religious freedom. Areas of focus include migration, religion, and security in Europe and Eurasia.

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Bhaskar Chakravorti is Dean of Global Business, as well as the founding Executive Director of Fletcher’s Institute for Business in the Global Context, and Professor of Practice in International Business. Chakravorti has been published, cited and interviewed in 41 top-tier academic journals and widely-read publications, such as Harvard Business Review, Forbes, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, and Foreign Affairs, and has appeared on CNN and CNBC. He has regular columns in The Huffington Post and The Indian Express. Areas of focus include business, innovation, sustainable development, and the digital economy.

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Alnoor Ebrahim is a Professor of Management. His research examines the challenges of performance measurement, accountability, and governance facing organizations with a social purpose. He teaches courses on leadership, international business strategy, and managing NGOs and social enterprises. He served on a working group established by the G8 to create global guidelines on measuring social impact and continues to serve on an advisory board of the Global Impact Investing Network. His previous research on accountability mechanisms within the World Bank led to his congressional testimony on improving the Bank’s information disclosure policy. Alnoor regularly contributes to Impact Alpha and has contributed case studies to Harvard Business Review. Areas of focus include leadership, management, social enterprises, and NGOs.

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Michael W. Klein is the William L. Clayton Professor of International Economic Affairs. He served as Chief Economist in the Office of International Affairs at the U.S. Treasury from 2010-2011. He is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research and the founder, research director, and co-executive editor of EconoFact, a website providing economic analyses of timely policy issues. Klein is a frequent guest on PRI’s The World and CNBC, and has appeared in The Boston Globe, TheStreet, Vox, and The Christian Science Monitor. He has published three books and dozens of articles on topics such as exchange rate policy, the impact of trade on the U.S. labor market, and the determinants of foreign direct investment. Areas of focus include international macroeconomics.

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Joel P. Trachtman is a Professor of International Law and one of the top three trade lawyers in the U.S. He has consulted for several governments and international organizations, including the UN, World Bank, and OECD. He is the author of several books, including “The Tools of Argument: How the Best Lawyers Think, Argue, and Win” and has written pieces for The Boston Globe and The Hill. Trachtman has been interviewed by The Christian Science Monitor and Reuters; has appeared on CNBC, CGTN, and Fox News; and has commented in Politifact, USA Today, Bloomberg, and others. Areas of focus include international trade and finance law.

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Michael J. Glennon is a Professor of International Law. He served as Legal Counsel to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee from 1977-1980 and as a consultant to various congressional committees, the U.S. State Department, and the International Atomic Energy Agency. A frequent commentator on public affairs, he has spoken widely within the U.S. and abroad, appearing in The New York Times, The Washington Postand Buzzfeedas well as appearing on air with Nightline, TODAY, Bloomberg Baystate Business,and NPRamong other outlets. He is the author of National Security and Double Government, and has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Financial Times. Areas of focus include Congress and foreign policy, presidential power, U.S. foreign relations, and international law.

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Ian Johnstone is Interim Dean and Professor of International Law at Fletcher. Prior to joining Fletcher in 2000, he served in the United Nations’ Executive Office of the Secretary-General, under Nobel Prize winner Kofi Annan. Johnstone is also currently on the editorial boards of Global Governance Journal and International Organizations Law Review. He has appeared on New England Cable News (NECN) and WBZ Radio and his commentary has appeared in the Associated Press. Areas of focus include international organizations (e.g. the United Nations), peace operations, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, international law and relations theory.

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John Cerone is a visiting Professor of International Law. Prior faculty appointments have included the Paul Martin Senior Professorship in International Affairs Law at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law, and Visiting Chair in Public International Law at Lund University Faculty of Law. As a practicing international lawyer, he has worked for a number of IGOs and NGOs, including the UN, the OSCE, the International Secretariat of Amnesty International, the Norwegian Refugee Council, and the International Crisis Group, and has served as a legal adviser to various international criminal tribunals. Cerone has been interviewed by Foreign Policy, Fox News and has appeared on WBZ Radio Nightside with Dan Rea. Areas of focus include international humanitarian law, international law of armed conflict, international criminal justice, international organizations.

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Kelly Sims Gallagher is a Professor of Energy and Environmental Policy. She is also Co-Director of Fletcher’s Center for International Environment and Resource Policy. Gallagher served as Senior Policy Advisor in the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy during the Obama administration.She focuses on energy and climate policy in the U.S. and China, and is particularly interested in how policy can spur the development and deployment of cleaner and more efficient energy technologies. Gallagher is the author of several books, numerous academic articles and policy reports, and has appeared on NPR, CNBC and Mashable, as well as in The New York Times, Bloomberg Environment and Financial Times. Areas of focus include energy and climate policy in the U.S. and China.

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Karen Jacobsen is the Henry J. Leir Professor of Global Migration at Fletcher and Tufts’ Friedman School of Nutrition. She is the Director of the Refugees and Forced Migration Program at Tufts’ Feinstein International Center. Jacobsen’s current research explores urban displacement and global migration systems, with a focus on the livelihoods and financial resilience of migrants and refugees. She has discussed these issues in The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, The Conversation and The Hill and has appeared on CNN, NPR, and C-SPAN. Areas of focus include refugee and migration issues, reconciliation, and human rights.

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Kimberly Theidon is the Henry J. Leir Professor of International Humanitarian Studies and a medical anthropologist focusing on Latin America. Her scholarship includes political violence, transitional justice, humanitarian and post-conflict interventions, gender studies, and drug policy. She has researched former combatants in Colombia from the paramilitaries, the FARC, and the ELN, as well as sexual violence, children born of wartime rape, and the politics of reparations in Peru. Theidon has authored pieces for The Washington Post and offered commentary for The Atlantic, Buzzfeed and PRI. Areas of focus include Colombia, the FARC, Peru, Latin America, reconciliation, and peace negotiations.

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Rockford Weitz is a Professor of Practice, entrepreneur coach, and Director of the Maritime Studies Program at Fletcher. He has taught courses in jurisprudence, maritime security, and global maritime affairs. He has published op-eds in The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Straits Times (Singapore), and has offered commentary to BBC World News, Associated Press, Asia Times and Military Times, among other outlets. He has also appeared on WBUR Morning Edition and CGTN The Point. Areas of focus include the Arctic, Southeast Asia, maritime security, legal, and commerce issues, the Law of the Sea, entrepreneurship, and startups.

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Chris Miller is an Assistant Professor of International History at Fletcher. He previously served as the Associate Director of the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy at Yale, a lecturer at the New Economic School in Moscow, a visiting researcher at the Carnegie Moscow Center, a research associate at the Brookings Institution, and as a fellow at the German Marshall Fund's Transatlantic Academy. He has authored pieces in War on the Rocks and The Wall Street Journal and has been interviewed by Newsweek, Axios, PRI’s The World and WBZ Radio’s Nightside with Dan Rea. Areas of focus include Russian history, politics, economics and foreign policy, Cold War history, Economic history, and U.S. diplomatic history.

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Josephine Wolff is an Assistant Professor of Cybersecurity Policy. Her research interests and expertise includes international internet governance, cyber-insurance, security responsibilities and liability of online intermediaries, government-funded programs for cybersecurity education and workforce development, and the legal, political, and economic consequences of cybersecurity incidents. Her book "You'll See This Message When It Is Too Late: The Legal and Economic Aftermath of Cybersecurity Breaches" was published by MIT Press in 2018. Her writing on cybersecurity has also appeared in Slate, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and Wired. Prior to joining Fletcher, she was an assistant professor of public policy at the Rochester Institute of Technology and a fellow at the New America Cybersecurity Initiative and Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. Areas of focus include science, cyber and technology policy, as well as cybersecurity.

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Susan Landau is a bridge professor in Cyber Security and Policy, and splits her time between Fletcher and Tufts University's School of Engineering (as a professor of Computer Science). Susan works at the intersection of cybersecurity, national security, law, and policy. She has testified before Congress, has written for the Washington Post, Science, and Scientific American, and frequently appears on NPR and BBC. Her previous positions include senior staff privacy analyst at Google, distinguished engineer at Sun Microsystems, and faculty member at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Wesleyan University. Areas of focus include cybersecurity policy, privacy and communications surveillance.