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Dr. Gary K. Bertsch

gbertsch@tradesecure.net

706-255-0496

Founder, President and Chairman, TradeSecure LLC, Athens, Georgia

Founder, Center for International Trade and Security, Athens, Georgia

EDUCATION

Ph. D: University of Oregon, 1970
M.A.: University of Oregon
B.A.: Idaho State University, 1966

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

Visiting Professor

China Foreign Affairs University; 2010 to present

Founder and Director

Center for International Trade and Security, University of Georgia; 1987-2009

Distinguished University Professor of International Affairs

School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia; 1996-2010

Professor of Political Science

Department of Political Science, University of Georgia; 1978-1996

Adjunct Professor

Department of Political Science and Soviet and East European Studies Program, Emory University; 1983-2002

Fulbright Professor

University of Lancaster, United Kingdom; 1984-85 (on leave from University of Georgia)

Professor of National Security Affairs

Air Command and Staff College, U.S. Air Force; 1981-82 (on leave from University of Georgia)

Associate Professor of Political Science

Department of Political Science, University of Georgia; 1973-78

Graduate Coordinator

Department of Political Science, University of Georgia; 1975-76

Visiting Associate Professor

Colgate University; Summer, 1974

Director

1974 Colgate Study Group in Yugoslavia

Senior Research Fellow

Institute on East Central Europe, Columbia University; 1972-73 (on leave from the University of Georgia)

Assistant Professor

Department of Political Science, University of Georgia; 1969-73

Director of Undergraduate Studies

Department of Political Science, University of Georgia; 1971,73,74

Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant

Department of Political Science, University of Oregon; 1966-69

RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS

Fulbright Professorship, United Kingdom

To teach and conduct research at the University of Lancaster. 1984-85

U.S. Air Force, Air Command and Staff College

To conduct research and teach on technology transfer and national security. 1981-82

NATO Research Fellowship

Fellowship to support research on East-West technology transfer, export controls and the Atlantic Alliance. 1980-81

Institute for the Study of World Politics

Fellowship to support research on export controls, technology transfer and East-West trade in Washington, Paris and Moscow. 1978-79

Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies

Short term grant to conduct research on domestic politics and policy-making in the USSR. 1976

Sarah Moss Fellowship

Awarded to support research on the topic of policy-making in socialist states. Research conducted at Hoover Institution, Stanford University; Inter-University Centre for Post-graduate Studies, Yugoslavia; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. 1976-77

Senior Research Fellow

Institute on East Central Europe, Columbia University, Awarded by the Institute to facilitate research on ethnic relations in multi-national societies 1972-73

Ford Foreign Area Research Fellowship

Awarded by the Ford Foundation to conduct research in Yugoslavia during the 1969-70 academic year. 1969-70 (Declined in order to accept IREX fellowship noted below.)

Faculty Research Fellowship for Research in Yugoslavia

Awarded and administered by the International Research and Exchanges Board (IREX), New York City, New York. Attached to the Faculty of Political Science, University of Zagreb, Yugoslavia. 1969-1970

Ford Foundation Research Fellowship for Research in Yugoslavia

Awarded and administered by the Institute for International Studies and Overseas Administration, University of Oregon. Summer 1969

SELECTED GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (PRINCIPAL OR CO-PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR)

US Departments of Commerce, Energy and State

Over $3 million for research, training and international outreach on nonproliferation export controls, 2003-09.

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Over $2 million to conduct research, training and service activities on nonproliferation export controls and U.S-Russian cooperation, 1993-09.

Ford and MacArthur foundations

$500,000 to conduct research and training on nonproliferation export control cooperation and compliance in US-China relations, 2003-09

Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership and the Japan-US Friendship Commission

Over $1 million to conduct research, training and organize activities related to nonproliferation and export controls, 1994-2009.

W. Alton Jones Foundation

Over $800,000 to conduct research on "Soviet Disintegration and Weapons Proliferation: Promoting Multilateral Cooperation on Nonproliferation Export Controls," 1992-2002.

John Merck Fund

Over $300,000 to support training and research on "The NIS and Weapons Proliferation: Promoting Export Controls in the Former Soviet Union," 1993 to 2003.

Ploughshares Fund

Over $250,000 to support travel, training and research on export controls and nonproliferation, 1992-2009.

SELECTED TEACHING AND SERVICE RELATED AWARDS

Distinguished Alumnus, Idaho State University, 1997, in recognition of professional achievement and contribution to national and international affairs.

University Professor of Political Science, special professorship granted in 1996 for "highest recognition of significant impact on the University of Georgia."

Lothar Tresp Teaching Award, for outstanding teaching and service to the Honors Program, University of Georgia, 2005.

Outstanding Honors Professor, numerous awards 1979-present.

Alumni Society Faculty Service Award, the highest award given by the University Alumni Association for "long and faithful service to The University of Georgia," 1991.

Golden Key National Honor Society, Golden Award, for outstanding instruction, 1991.

Phi Beta Delta, Faculty Award, for outstanding scholarship, leadership, and service in the field of international education, 1990.

Fulbright Award, United Kingdom, Department of Politics and Centre for International Security and Arms Control, University of Lancaster, 1984-85.

General Sandy Beaver Teaching Professor of Political Science, in recognition of superior and dedicated teaching, Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, University of Georgia, 1982-1986.

Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Educational Mission of the Air Command and Staff College, Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, 1981-82.

Pi Sigma Alpha, Teacher of the Year Award, 1978-79, University of Georgia.

PUBLICATIONS

Books and Monographs

The International Non-Proliferation System: China and the United States (in Mandarin), coeditor and contributor with Zhu Liqun and Lu Jing (Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2011) ISBN 978-7-5012-41181-1.

Crossroads and Conflict: Security and Foreign Policy in the Caucasus and Central Asia, coeditor with Michael Beck, Cassady Craft, and Scott Jones (New York: Routledge, 2000), 317 pp.

Engaging India: U.S. Strategic Relations with the World’s Largest Democracy, coeditor and contributor with Seema Gahlaut and Anupam Srivastava (New York: Routledge, 1999), 284 pp.

Dangerous Weapons, Desperate States: Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Ukraine, coeditor and contributor with William Potter (New York: Routledge, 1999), 285 pp.

Arms on the Market: Reducing the Risk of Proliferation in the Former Soviet Union, coedited with Suzette Grillot (New York: Routledge,1998), 239 pp.

U.S. and Japanese Nonproliferation Export Controls: Theory, Description, and Analysis, coeditor and contributor with Richard Cupitt and Takehiko Yamamoto (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1996), 365 pp.

International Cooperation on Nonproliferation Export Controls, coeditor and contributor with Richard Cupitt and Steve Elliott-Gower (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1994), 331 pp.

Export Controls in the New Independent States (in Russian) coedited (Minsk: Eridan Publishing House, 1994), 175 pp.

Export Controls in Transition: Perspectives, Problems, and Prospects, coeditor and contributor with Steve Elliott-Gower (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1992), 355 pp.

After the Revolutions: East-West Trade and Technology Transfer in the 1990s, coeditor and contributor with Heinrich Vogel and Jan Zielonka (Boulder, CO: Westview, 1991), 227 pp.

Reform and Revolution in Communist Systems (New York: Macmillan, 1991), 220 pp.

The Impacts of Governments on East-West Economic Relations, coedited with Steve Elliott-Gower (London: Macmillan, 1990), 407 pp.

East-West Economic Relations in the 1990s, coedited with Christopher Saunders (London: Macmillan, 1990).

Controlling East-West Trade and Technology Transfer: Power, Politics, and Policy, editor and contributor, (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1988). 506 pp.

Comparing Political Systems, with Robert Clark, Jr. and David Wood (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1978). 515 pp. (Fourth edition, 1991.)

Power and Policy in Communist Systems (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1978.) 186 pp. (Third edition, 1985.)

National Security and Technology Transfer: The Strategic Dimensions of East-West Trade, coeditor (coeditor with John McIntyre) and contributor, (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1983). 258 pp.

East-West Strategic Trade, COCOM and the Atlantic Alliance (Paris: Atlantic Institute for International Affairs, 1983). 52 pp.

Global Policy Studies, editor and contributor (Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1982). 232 pp.

Summit Diplomacy, with James M. Rosenbluth, (New York: Learning Resources in International Studies, 1980). 49 pp.

Values and Community in Multi-National Yugoslavia, East European Monographs, No. XVII (New York: Columbia University Press, 1976). 160 pp.

Comparative Communism: The Soviet, Chinese, and Yugoslav Models, edited with Thomas Ganschow (San Francisco: W.H. Freeman and Co., 1976). 463 pp.

Policy Making in Communist Party States (New York: Learning Resources in International Studies, 1975). 125 pp. (Instructor's Manual, 34 pp.)

Values and Political Community: The Czechoslovak, Soviet and Yugoslav Cases (Beverly Hills and London: Sage Publications, 1974). Sage Series in Comparative Politics, 60 pp.

Nation-Building in Yugoslavia: A Study of Political Integration and Attitudinal Consensus (Beverly Hills and London: Sage Publications, 1971). Sage Series in Comparative Politics, 48 pp.

Articles, Chapters and Printed Congressional Testimony

"Preparing the Next Generation (in Nonproliferation)," Journal of Nuclear Materials Management, Summer, 2006, XXXIV, No. 4.

"Combating Terrorism: Implications for the Nonproliferation Regime," co-author, Orbis, Summer, 2004.

"Issues Before the New Administration: US-Indian Strategic Relations," Indian Defense Review, co-author, 16, 1 (2001)

"The Management of Surplus Nuclear Materials in Russia," Peaceworks, co-author, (Washington, DC. US Institute of Peace, 2001), pp. 54-60.

"Issues before the New Administration: US-Indian Strategic Relations," Indian Defense Review, V. 15 (1) January-March 2000, co-author, pp. 33-40.

"Weapons Proliferation and Export Controls in the Former Soviet Union: Implications for Strategic Stability in Asia," AccessAsia Review, 3, 1 (1999), co-author, pp. 1-75.

"Trade, Export Controls, and Nonproliferation in the Asia-Pacific Region, coauthor, The Pacific Review, 10, 3 (1997), pp. 407-425.

"Bringing Ukraine into the MTCR: Can U.S. Policy Succeed," coauthor, Arms Control Today, 27, 2 (1997), pp. 9-14.

"U.S. Policy, Russia, and China," in The Arming of Iran, Hearings before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, U.S. Senate (Washington, DC: USGPO, 1997).

"Technology Transfer," coauthor in The Encyclopedia of U.S. Foreign Relations, ed. by Bruce W. Jentleson and Thomas G. Peterson (NY: Oxford University Press, 1997).

"Jackson-Vanik Amendment," in The Encyclopedia of U.S. Foreign Relations, ed. by Bruce W. Jentleson and Thomas G. Peterson (NY: Oxford University Press, 1997).

"Extraterritoriality," in The Encyclopedia of U.S. Foreign Relations, ed. by Bruce W. Jentleson and Thomas G. Peterson (NY: Oxford University Press, 1997).

"Controlling the Spread of the Soviet Arsenal," in Global Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction, Hearings before the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, U.S. Senate (Washington, DC: USGPO, 1996), pp. 35-39, 257-269, and 665-701.

"Promoting Exports and Export Controls" (in Russian) Yaderny Kontrol (Nuclear Control) 24 (December, 1996) (Moscow).

"The Challenge of Nonproliferation Export Control in the Former Soviet Union," in U.S. and Japanese Export Controls: Theory, Description, and Analysis (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1996).

"Nonproliferation in the 1990s: Enhancing Cooperation on Export Controls," coauthor, in Washington Quarterly 16, no. 4 (Fall 1993), pp. 53-70. [Reprinted in Mezhdunarodnaya Zhizn (International Affairs) (Moscow) (Summer 1994) and in Weapons Proliferation in the 1990s, edited by Brad Roberts (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1995).]

"The Development of Nonproliferation Export Controls in Russia," coauthor, in World Affairs, Vol. 151, No. 1 (Summer 1994), pp. 3-18.

"Globalization and Weapons Proliferation: Balancing Trade and Security," in The Structure of Conflict in the Era of Globalization (Seoul: The Korean Political Science Association, 1994).

"Multilateral Export Control Organizations," coauthor, in International Cooperation on Nonproliferation Export Controls (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994).

"Nonproliferation Export Control in the Former Soviet Union," Eye on Supply 8 (Winter 1993), pp. 74-77.

"Introduction," in Export Controls in Transition, ed. by Gary K. Bertsch and Steven Elliott-Gower (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1992), pp. 1-6.

"U.S. Export Controls Policy in Transition: Implications of the New Security Environment," coauthor, in David M. Kemme, ed. Technology Markets and Export Controls in the 1990s (New York: New York University Press, 1991), pp. 105-127.

"The Changing Environment Surrounding U.S.-Soviet Trade," Reform or Revolution? Gorbachev's Soviet Union (Davidson, NC: Davidson College, 1991), pp. 123-131.

"Foreword" in Paul Surovell, ed. Soviet Trade and Investment Under Gorbachev (Maplewood, NJ: Interflo, 1991).

"U.S. COCOM Policy: From Paranoia to Perestroika?" coauthor, in Gary Bertsch, Heinrich Vogel, and Jan Zielonka, eds. After the Revolutions: East-West Trade and Technology Transfer in the 1990s (Boulder, CO: Westview, 1991), pp. 15-31.

"U.S.-USSR Commercial Relations: A Report on the 12th International Workshop on East-West Economic Interaction," in U.S. Congress, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, U.S.-USSR Commercial Relations, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1990, pp. 104-117.

"U.S.-Soviet Trade: Conflict and Cooperation," in U.S.-Soviet Cooperation, ed. by Nish Jamgotch, Jr. (New York: Praeger, 1989), pp. 63-82.

"Controlling East-West Trade in Britain: Power, Politics, and Policy," co-author in Controlling East-West Trade and Technology Transfer, ed. by Gary K. Bertsch (Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 1988), pp. 204-38.

"U.S.-Soviet Trade and the National Interest: Assessing the Costs and Benefits," in U.S.-Soviet Trade Relations, edited by Margaret Chapman (Washington, DC: American Committee on US-Soviet Relations, 1987), pp. 41-47.

"U.S. Policy Governing Economic and Technological Relations with the USSR," in U.S. Congress, Joint Economic Committee, Gorbachev's Economic Plans, vol. 2 (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1987), pp. 433-47.

"U.S.-Soviet Trade and the National Interest: Assessing the Costs and Benefits," East-West Outlook, v. ix (May 1986), pp. 3-4.

"Extraterritoriality, Export Controls, and East-West Trade," in Europe, America and the World Economy, ed. by L. Tsoukalis (Oxford/New York: Blackwell, 1986), pp. 153-157.

"Technology Transfer, Western Controls, and Militarily Critical Technologies," in The Adaptability of New Technologies in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, ed. by Philip Joseph (Brussels: NATO, 1986), pp. 133-150.

"Technology Transfer and Technology Controls: A Synthesis of the Western-Soviet Relationship," in Technical Progress and Soviet Economic Development, ed. by Ron Amann and Julian Cooper (Oxford/New York: Blackwell, 1986), pp. 115-134.

"Transferts de technologie et controle a l'exportation aux Etats-Unis: le role regulateur du gouvernement americain," in Enjeux Technologiques et Relations Internationales, (Paris: Economica, 1986), pp. 97-108.

"Technology Controls: U.S. and E.C. Perspectives and Relations," in Technological Change and United States/European Community Relations, ed. by Michael Smith (London: University Association for European Studies, 1985), pp. 78-91.

"U.S. Export Controls, the Export Administration Act, Trade and Technology Transfer," Centrally Planned Economies: Current Analysis, V, No. 5-6 (1985), pp. 1-11.

"US-Soviet Trade: A Sector of Mutual Benefit?" in Sectors of Mutual Benefit in US-Soviet Relations, ed. by Nish Jamgotch, Jr. (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1985), pp. 22-50.

"American Politics and Trade with the USSR," in Trade, Technology and Soviet-American Relations, ed. by Bruce Parrott (Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press, 1985), pp. 243-283, 363-372.

"East-West Trade and Technology Transfer: Towards a Policy of Non-Military Free Trade," SAIS Review IV, No. 2, (1984), pp. 93-104.

"The Western Alliance and East-West Trade: In Pursuit of an Integrated Strategy," in The Politics of East-West Trade, ed. by Gordon Smith (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1984), pp. 209-237.

"COCOM and East-West Trade," Centrally Planned Economies: Current Analysis, IV (November, 1984), pp. 1-15.

"Dean Rusk and Gary Bertsch on American-Soviet Relations," International Portfolio, I, 3, (1984) (audio journal).

"U.S.-Soviet Trade: The Question of Leverage" and "U.S. Export Controls," in National Security and Technology Transfer, ed. by Gary K. Bertsch and John McIntyre (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1983), pp. 64-76, 126-139.

"Decision Dynamics of Technology Transfer to the USSR," co-author, Technology in Society, Vol. 3 (1981), pp. 409-422.

"East-West Technology Transfer and Multi-Lateral Export Controls," co-author, Osteuropa-Wirtschaft (West Germany) No. 2 (June, 1981), pp. 116-136.

"U.S. Export Controls: the 1970s and Beyond," Journal of World Trade Law (United Kingdom) vol. 14, No. 1 (1981), pp. 68-82.

"The Soviet-American Trade Simulation," in James S. Elliot, Russian for Trade Negotiations in the USSR (Columbus, OH: Slavica Publishers, Inc. 1980), pp. 185-306.

"East-West Technology Transfer: A Critical Review," Punjab Journal of Politics (India) IV, No. 2 (July, 1980), pp. 88-99.

Written and oral testimony on U.S.-Soviet Trade Policy, Hearings before the Subcommittee on International Finance, United States Senate, 96th Congress, Second Session, March 24, 1980, pp. 146-156, 208-214.

"U.S.-Soviet Trade," U.S. Embargo of Food and Technology to the Soviet Union (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980), pp. 156-165.

"U.S.-Soviet Trade: The Question of Leverage," Survey: Journal of East and West Studies (United Kingdom) Vol. 25, No. 2 (1980), pp. 66-80.

"West-East Technology Transfer," Problems of Communism, Vol. XXIX, No. 5 (1980), pp. 74-78.

"Workers' Education in Socialist Yugoslavia," co-authored with Karen Persons, Comparative Education Review, Vol. 24, No. 1 (1980), pp. 87-97.

"Evaluating Instructional Effects in Courses on Communist Political Systems," The Journal of Experimental Education, 48, No. 3 (1980), pp. 180-203.

"Written and Oral Testimony on the Extension and Revision of the Export Administration Act of 1969," Hearings before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy and Trade of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, U.S. House of Representatives, 96th Congress, First Session, March 14, 1979; Part 1, pp. 281-288.

"Yugoslavia: The Eleventh Congress, the Constitution, and the Succession," Government and Opposition, (United Kingdom) XIV, No. 1 (1979), pp. 96-110.

"Participation and Influence in Yugoslav Self-Management," co-authored with Josip Obradovic, Industrial Relations, Vol 18, No. 3 (Fall, 1979), pp. 322-329.

"Yugoslav Self-Management and Its Influence on Other Socialist States," in Innovation in Communist Systems, edited by Andrew Gyorgy and James A. Kuhlman (Boulder, Colo.: Westview, 1978), pp. 75-98.

"Participation, Change, Stability: Yugoslavia in Comparative Perspective," in Perspectives for Change in Communist Systems, edited by Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone (Boulder, Colo.: Westview, 1978), pp. 119-147.

"Ethnicity and Politics in Socialist Yugoslavia," The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 432, (September, 1977), pp. 88-100.

"Summitry as an Instructional Tool in International Studies," co-authored with James M. Rosenbluth, International Studies Notes, IV, 2, (Summer, 1977), pp. 37-48.

"Monitoring the Effects of Governments on Human Dignity: Policy Evaluation in Communist Party States," International Studies Quarterly, XX, 4 (1976), pp. 641-647.

"Policy Making in Communist Party States: A Learning Package Approach," Teaching Political Science, IV, 1 (1976), pp. 73-92.

"Preparing for Tito's Departure: Toward a Collective Leadership in Socialist Yugoslavia," Perspectives on National Leadership Succession (Washington, D.C., Mathematica, Inc., 1974), pp. 61-84.

"Moc i Odgovornost U Samoupravnom Socijalizmu," ("Power and Responsibility Under Self-Managing Socialism"), co-authored with Josip Obradovic, Nase Teme, (Yugoslavia) XVIII, (November, 1974), pp. 1895-1817.

"The Quest for Participatory Democracy in Yugoslavia: The Application of Relative Deprivation Theory," Participation and Self-Management, (Zagreb: Institute for Social Research, 1974), pp. 71-86.

"Attitudes and Societal Integration in Multi-National Yugoslavia: A Cross-Regional and Cross-Communal Analysis," International Review of History and Political Science, XI, 3, (August, 1974), pp. 20-54.

"Simulation and Teaching in East European Studies," co-authored with Karen Ann Feste, East European Quarterly, VII, 4, (January, 1974), pp. 451-478.

"The Collection and Distribution of East European Statistics," Sociology and Eastern Europe, V. 7, 1 (1974), pp. 15-18.

"A Factor Analytic Method of Identifying Different Political Cultures: The Multi-National Yugoslav Case," co-authored with M. George Zaninovich, Comparative Politics, VI, 2, (January, 1974), pp. 219-244.

"Yugoslavia: The Revival of Nationalism," Problems of Communism, Vol. XXII, No. 7, (Nov.-Dec., 1973), pp. 1-16.

"Patterns of Social Mobilization and the Propensity for Attitude Change," Studies on Comparative International Development, VIII, 3, (Fall, 1973), pp. 280-302.

"National Self-Determination and Proletarian Inter-nationalism," Journal of International Affairs, XXVII, 1 (1973), pp. 129-134.

"A Cross-National Analysis of the Community-Building Process in Yugoslavia," Comparative Political Studies, V, 4, (January, 1972), pp. 338-360.

"Drustvena Mobilnost, Pojedinac i Jugoslovenska Socijalisticka Zajednica" ("Social Mobilization, the Individual and the Yugoslav Socialist Community"), Sociologija, (Yugoslavia) XII, 3-4, (1970), pp. 399-411.

Reports and Proceedings

Gary Bertsch, Christopher Chiego, and Joshua Watkins, eds., Nuclear Renaissance and National Security: Proceedings for the 2005 Richard Russell Symposium (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 2006).

Gary Bertsch, James Holmes, and Dusan Kyselak, eds., The Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Threat to the American Homeland: Proceedings from the 2003 Richard Russell Symposium (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 2004).

Gary Bertsch, John Duffield, and Fausto Sarmiento, eds., The United States, NATO, and International Security in the 21st Century: Proceedings from the 2001 Richard Russell Symposium (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 2002).

Gary Bertsch and Richard Cupitt, eds., Globalization, Technology Trade, and American Leadership: Executive Summary of Sam Nunn Policy Forum (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 2001).

Gary Bertsch, ed., National Security in the 21st Century: Proceedings of the 1999 Russell Symposium (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 2000).

Gary Bertsch, ed., Global Evaluation of Nonproliferation Export Controls (Athens, GA: Center for International Trade and Security, 1999).

Gary Bertsch, ed., U.S. Policy Toward China: Proceedings of the 1997 Russell Symposium (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 1998).

Gary Bertsch, ed., Restraining the Spread of the Soviet Arsenal: NIS Nonproliferation Export Controls (Athens, GA: Center for International Trade and Security, 1997).

Gary Bertsch and Steven Elliott-Gower, eds., Security Challenges in the Post-Cold War World: Proceedings of the 1995 Russell Symposium (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 1996).

Gary Bertsch and Igor Khripunov, Russia's Nonproliferation and Conventional Weapons Export Controls: 1995 Report (Athens, GA: Center for International Trade and Security, 1996).

Gary Bertsch and Igor Khripunov, Restraining the Spread of the Soviet Arsenal: Export Controls as a Long Term Nonproliferation Tool, Status Report (Athens, GA: Center for International Trade and Security, March 1996).

Gary Bertsch, Richard Cupitt, Takehiko Yamamoto, Nonproliferation Export Controls: A Report (Athens, GA: Center for International Trade and Security, July , 1995).

Gary Bertsch and Igor Khripunov, eds., Russia's Nonproliferation Export Controls: 1994 Report (Athens, GA: Center for East-West Trade Policy, 1994).

Gary Bertsch and Suzette Grillot, eds., U.S. Security Interests in the 1990s: Proceedings of the Russell Symposium (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 1993).

Dr. Scott A. Jones

sjones@tradesecure.us

706-372-1121

Biographical Sketch

Dr. Scott Jones is a founder and Vice-President of TradeSecure, LLC. His previous roles included serving as Director of the Center for International Trade & Security at The University of Georgia and long-term consultant for the National Nuclear Security Administration. His current activities and interests include security and defense policy, the socioeconomic impact of exponential technology, foreign direct investment and national security, and the security implications of evolving global supply chain logistics. In addition to his book, The Evolution of the Ukrainian Export Control System: State Building and International Cooperation (London: Ashgate, 2004), he has also published articles in Arms Exports (in Russian), The Middle East Review, Contemporary Security Policy, Defense News, Jane’s Intelligence Review, East Asian Review, The Nonproliferation Review, Forbes, World Export Control Review, Arms Control Today, and Nuclear Control. In addition, he regularly briefs U.S. and foreign government and private sector officials on a range of international trade and security issues. He received his Ph.D. in international political economy at the University of Georgia and a MA at Lancaster University in the UK.

Dr. Michael Beck

mbeck@tradesecure.net

706-461-0436

Founder and Treasurer, TradeSecure LLC, Athens, Georgia

Senior Research Associate, Center for International Trade and Security, Athens, Georgia

EDUCATION

Ph. D. University of Georgia, September 1998.

Major: Political Science

Master of Arts: University of Georgia, March 1994

Major: Political Science

Bachelor of Arts: Emory University, Atlanta Georgia, May 1989

Major: International Studies and Russian Langauge

LINGUISTIC PROFICIENCY

Russian- Fluent oral & written

Spanish- Fluent oral & written

CURRENT PROJECTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Senior Research Associate

Center for International Trade and Security; Conducts research on controlling weapons proliferation and issues at the intersection of trade and security. Delivers training to foreign officials aimed at preventing the spread of weapons-related technologies.Teaching on nonproliferation and international security. August 2012-Present

Instructor-Lecturer

School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia; Graduate seminars on international policy and nonproliferation. Taught Introduction to Global Politics, Peace and Security; Graduate Seminar in Communist and Post-communist Political Systems. Offered guest lectures on nuclear nonproliferation, nuclear security, and export control. Lecture on nonproliferation and export control for graduate and undergraduate seminars. Lecturer in CITS Security Leadership Program. Fall 1997-Present

PAST PROJECTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Manager for Government Trade Security Solutions

BSI; Directed BSI supply chain security programs for government clients. Led research project on proliferation networks and technology of emerging concern for the U.S. Department of State. Managed project for the U.S. Department of Homeland to better identify high risk shipping containers through integration of advanced detection data and intelligence. Delivered training and outreach to government and industry clients on trade compliance and export control. Prepared proposals and bids for government prospects; April 2010 – July 2012

Director, International Center

Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of Georgia; Managed Center’s faculty, staff, and students and engages other University scholars and state practitioners in helping build the governance and administrative capacity of emerging democracies. Provided training to foreign officials on globalization and governance challenges. Prepared proposals and secured external funding for Center projects. Worked with the Center for International Trade and Security in providing export control and nonproliferation training to foreign officials; August 2007- June 2010

Executive Director

Center for International Trade and Security (CITS), University of Georgia; Prepares proposals to secure federal and private grants and contracts for Center research and international outreach. Manages Center’s program directors. Coordinates management team meetings and Center’s strategic planning. Conducts international research on controlling weapons proliferation. Provides training to foreign government officials on best practices in managing strategic exports. Managed major federally-funded projects evaluating export controls and border security in foreign countries; July 2003-July 2007

Assistant Director

Center for International Trade and Security (CITS), University of Georgia; Conducted research on weapons proliferation and export control for several U.S. government and privately funded projects. Oversaw proposal writing and grant administration. Directed Carnegie Corporation-supported Global Evaluation System Project focused on evaluating national and multilateral export controls and border enforcement. Directed Department of Energy, Department of Commerce and Department of State contracts and grants to provide export control analysis. Lectured on Russian politics, international security, and weapons proliferation; September 1998-2003

Staff Research Assistant (Moscow)

Los Alamos National Laboratory, Nonproliferation and International Security Division; Helped establish and coordinate work of a new NGO in Moscow to promote nonproliferation export control development in Russia. Developed database and newsletter for Russian exporters of defense and high-tech commodities. Organized international conference on controlling nuclear technology in Moscow, December 1996; May-December 1996

Carnegie Graduate Research Fellow

Center for International Trade and Security, University of Georgia; Conducted independent and collaborative research on nuclear control policies in the former Soviet Union; September 1993 to September 1998

Graduate Research Assistant

Los Alamos National Laboratory; Created and maintained database on Russian nuclear complex, helped launch program for graduate students within the Department of Energy; Summers 1993 and 1994

Washington, D.C., U.S. Departments of Energy, State, Defense, Commerce and Customs,

Trained at and provided research support to U.S. agencies involved in export controls; Summer 1995

Program Coordinator

The Carter Center, Atlanta, GA; Translated Soviet television broadcasts for comparative U.S.-Soviet media studies project; July 1989-February 1990.

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Department of Political Science, University of Georgia; Taught courses in American Government; Fall Quarter 1995-Spring Quarter 1996, Winter Quarter 1997.

PUBLICATIONS

Books

To Supply or To Deny: Comparing Nonproliferation Export Controls in Five Key Countries, (Kluwer Law International, 2003), Co-editor.

Crossroads and Conflict: Security and Foreign Policy in the Caucasus and Central Asia (Routledge, 1999), Co-editor.

Articles, Reports and Book Chapters

"UN 1540 Implementation Challenges for Small and Developing Countries," 1540 Compass, Issue 4 (Fall 2013).

"Trusted Exporter," Cargo Security International, Vol. 10, No.2 (April/May 2012).

"Trade Controls and International Security," in Daniel E. Joyner and Nathan H. Busch eds., Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Future of International Nonproliferation Policy, The University of Georgia Press, 2009. Co-author with Scott A. Jones and Seema Gahlaut.

Partners in Space: U.S. –Russian Cooperation After the Cold War, The Eisenhower Institute, Washington, D.C. 2004; contributing author

"Creating a New Multilateral Export Control Regime," (co-author with Seema Gahlaut) Arms Control Today, Vol. 33, Number 3, (April 2003).

Strengthening Multilateral Export Controls: A Nonproliferation Priority, (co-author with Cassady Craft, Scott Jones, and Seema Gahlaut), Report of the University of Georgia Center for International Trade and Security, September 2002.

"Understanding the Russian Proliferation Problem," The Monitor, Vol. 8, No. 2, (Spring 2002).

"Reforming the Multilateral Export Control Regimes," Nonproliferation Review, (Summer 2000).

Nonproliferation Export Controls: A Global Evaluation , Report of the University of Georgia Center for International Trade and Security, (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 2000), Co-author.

"Russia’s Rationale for Developing Export Controls," in Gary Bertsch and Suzette Grillot eds., Arms on the Market: Reducing the Risk of Proliferation in the Former Soviet Union (Routledge, 1998).

"Russia’s Export Control System," Global Evaluation of Nonproliferation Export Control: 1999 Report (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 1999). "FSU Export Control Development: The Factors That Matter," (co-author with Suzette R. Grillot and Keith D. Wolfe) in Bertsch and Grillot eds., Arms on the Market: Reducing the Risk of Proliferation in the Former Soviet Union (Routledge, 1998). Project partially funded by support from the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research.

"Russia and Export Controls" Restraining the Spread of the Soviet Arsenal, Report of the University of Georgia Center for International Trade and Security (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 1997).

"Tools and Methods for Measuring and Comparing Nonproliferation Export Controls," co-author with Cassady Craft, Suzette Grillot, Liam Anderson, Chris Behan, Scott Jones and Keith Wolfe, An Occasional Paper of the Center for International Trade and Security (Athens, GA: University of Georgia, October 1996).

"US-NIS Dialogue on Nonproliferation Export Controls," co-author with Suzette Grillot, Nonproliferation Review (Fall 1993).

"The Development of Nonproliferation Export Controls in Russia," co-author with Gary Bertsch and Igor Khripunov, World Affairs Quarterly 157, no.1 (Summer 1994).

Government Publications

Analytical Report, "Technology Development and Proliferation Network Analysis," Task Order 11-019, for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, U.S Department of State, April 2012.

Report, "West Bank Known Trader Security Reviews and Transportation Risk Assessment," co-author, report for the USAID Trade Facilitation Project, September 2010.

Analytical Report, "Prospects for Global Zero," for U.S. Airforce Institute for National Security Studies assessing prospects for nuclear disarmament, January 2009.

Analytical Report "Export Control and Border Security in Albania, 2006" for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, U.S Department of State.

Analytical Report, "Export Control and Border Security in Serbia and Montenegro, 2006" for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, U.S. Department of State. (Co-author)

Analytical Report,"Export Control and Border Security in the Russian Federation, 2005" for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, U.S. Department of State. (Co-author)

Analytical Report, "Export Control and Border Security in Kazakhstan, 2005" for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, U.S. Department of State. (Co-author)

Analytical Report, "Export Control and Border Security in Kyrgyzstan, 2005" for the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, U.S. Department of State. (Co-author)Report, "Export Controls in Russia," Nonproliferation Export Control Assessments, 2003: National Evaluations; for the U.S. Department of State/Nonproliferation Bureau/Office of Export Control Cooperation, Contract S-LMAQM-03-D-0050, Task Order 004.

Report, "Evaluating Department of Commerce Export Control Assistance to Russia," May 2004, U.S. Department of Commerce/Bureau of Industry and Security, Contract No. DG 1351-02-CQ-0029.

Report, "Evaluating Bureau of Export Administration (BXA) Nonproliferation Export Control Outreach in Russia," of the University of Georgia Center for International Trade and Security, March 2002.

PUBLIC SERVICE AND OUTREACH

Training Workshops

Conducted training seminar, Delivered training on strategic trade controls for government of Panama and assisted in drafting legislation on controlling weapons trade, March – September 2013.

Conducted training seminar, Controlling weapons trade, Rabat, Morocco, January 2013.

Conducted training seminar, delivered one-week seminar on globalization and governance to Chinese public managers from Tianjin, China, June 2008.

Conducted training, Export control training for federal officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation on export control, 2006-2007.

Coordinated and conducted, Export Control Academy at UGA for foreign officials, October 2006-Present.

Conducted training, "Export Control in the United States," Presentation at workshop organized by CITS in cooperation with the U.S. Dept. of Energy and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Mumbai, India, May 2007.

Training workshop for F.B.I. agents on controlling WMD technology, Monterey, California, January 8-10, 2007.

Conducted training, "Industry compliance programs" Korea International Trade Association Conference, Seoul, South Korea, December 2006.

Conducted training, Chinese experts and government officials, sponsored by CACDA, at UGA Campus, Aug-Sept, 2005, August 2006, October 2006.

Conducted training, Indian defense scientists, from Indian Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), at UGA Campus, November-December 2004.

Conducted training, Delivered seminar on export control for Russian Ministry of Atomic Energy personnel, Moscow, Russia, November 15-19, 1999, and July 2001. Conducted training, Russian Ministry of Atomic Energy, Obninsk, Russia, June 3-6, 1997; Moscow, Russia, September 24, 1997.

Select Briefings and Presentations

Presentation, "Linking industry compliance programs to WCO’s Authorized Economic Operator Program," Brussels, Belgium, WCO and Strategic Trade Control Enforcement, November 2012.

Presentation, "Globalization and Governance" talk to Chinese students, Carter Center, Atlanta, GA, August 4, 2008.

Presentation, "Understanding Globalization," Uzhgorod National University, Uzhgorod, Ukraine, May 2008.

Presentation, Introduction to export control legislation for Albanian legislators, Tirana, Albania, 19 January 2006.

Briefing, Department of Defense workshop on multilateral export controls, Washington, D.C., January 5, 2005.

Presentation and coordination of workshop, "Reforming Multilateral Export Controls," Copenhagen, Denmark, November 10-11, 2003.

Briefing, "Improving Multilateral Control of Transfers of Technology with Relevance to Weapons of Mass Destruction," Foreign Ministry of Germany, Berlin, Germany, November 12, 2003.

Briefing, Department of Defense, Washington, D.C., January 31, 2003.

Briefing, "Controlling Strategic Trade: Multilateral Export Controls," Washington, D.C., Dirksen Senate Office Building, September 23, 2002.

Briefing, Interagency Working Group on Export Control, U.S. Department of State, December 2001.

Seminar Presentation, "The Role of International Export Control Regimes in Non-Proliferation," Minsk, Belarus, January 26, 1998.

Presentation, "International Trade and Foreign Travel: What University of Georgia Researchers Need to Know," at the conference The Role of University Researchers in National Security, Athens, GA. April 13, 2007.

Presentation, "Topics in Agricultural Security," The University of Georgia Science and Security Lecture, with Dr. Corrie Brown, University of Georgia, January 11, 2007.

Presentation, "Combating Emergent WMD Networks: Challenges for Export Controls," Naval Postgraduate School Conference, Terrorism, Transnational Networks and WMD Proliferation: Indications and Warning in an Era of Globalization," Monterey, Cal., July 25-27, 2006.

Presentation, "Multilateral Export Control Reform," 18th Annual Global Trade Controls Conference, London, November 3, 2005.

Presentation, 5th International Conference on Export Controls , London, UK, November 8-10, 2004.

Presentation, "Strengthening Multilateral Export Control Regimes," 2nd International Conference on Nonproliferation, Moscow, Russia, September 19, 2003.

Presentation, "Reforming Multilateral Export Controls," Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Moscow, Russia, January 17, 2003.

Presentation, "International Export Control Developments," Nonproliferation Education in Russia Seminar, Obninsk, Russia, January 13-17, 2003.

Discussant, U.S. Department of State sponsored International Conference on Export Controls, Warsaw, Poland, September 30-October 2, 2002.

Presentation, "Multilateral Export Control Arrangements," at 33rd United Nations Issues Conference, Technology Access for the Developing World: Reconciling Global Regimes and National Security Objectives, Harriman, New York, April 26-28, 2002.

Presentation, "Bridging the Gap: A Framework for Evaluating MPC&A systems," at the Second Russian International Conference on Nuclear Material Protection, Control and Accounting," Obninsk, Russia, May 22-26, 2000.

Presentation, "The Role of NGOs in Nonproliferation Export Control," International Workshop on Trade Promotion and Export Management," Fudan University, Shanghai, China, February 28-29, 2000.

Presentation, "U.S. Nonproliferation Sanctions Policy," Moscow Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, April 23, 1999.

Presentation, "The Implementation and Enforcement of Russian Export Controls," Institute for Science and International Security, Washington, D.C., December 18, 1998.

Presentation, "Promises Versus Actions: Explaining the Development of Nonproliferation Export Controls in the Former Soviet Union," Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 1997.

Presentation, "Internal Compliance Programs: Examples from Japanese Industry," Conference sponsored by the Moscow Center on Export Controls, Moscow, Russia, December 1996.

Presentation, "In Word and In Deed: Nonproliferation Export Controls in the Former Soviet Union," with Suzette Grillot and Cassady Craft, Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association/South in Roanoke, Virginia, October 1996. Presentation, "Opaque Nonproliferation in the Post-Cold War Era," Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Chicago, Ill., February 1995.

Presentation, "Understanding Russia’s Nonproliferation Policy," Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology in Santiago, Spain, July 1994.

Presentation, "The Development of Nonproliferation Export Controls in Russia," Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association in Washington, D.C., September 1993; Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association in Savannah, Georgia, November 1993, with Bertsch and Khripunov.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY

Assistance, to Morocco and Panama in drafting export control legislation (2013-present)

Member, UGA International Public Service and Outreach Advisory Committee, 2009-2010.

Advisor, student researchers in the Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) Symposium 2008.

Advisor, the Roosevelt Institution (nonprofit, non-partisan national network of campus based student think tanks whose members conduct policy research) at the University of Georgia, 2008-2009.

Participant, Training Seminar: "Seeking USAID Grants, CAs and OTs," Center for Public Management, Arlington, VA, March 2008.

Invitee, Invited participation in CIA/RAND workshop on the future of export control, April 13, 2004.

Reviewer, proposal for Moscow-based International Science and Technology Center, July 2, 2004.

Participant, U.S.-Russian legislative exchanges focused on strengthening bilateral cooperation in controlling WMD proliferation (June 2001, April 2002, January 2003, May 2003). Accompanied Sen. Mike Enzi (R-Wy) to Moscow as part of exchange.

Call-in show, Wisconsin Public Radio, "U.S. Sanctions Policy," July 11, 2003.

Principal Investigator, Eisenhower Institute Project: "Ten Years Later: US-Russian Engagement in Space." Responsible for chapter on space cooperation and nonproliferation, November 2001- May 2002.

Member, Organizing Committee for the Sam Nunn Bank of America Policy Forum, "Globalization, Technology Trade and American Leadership: A Strategy for the 21st Century," March 27, 2000.

Participant, Centra Technology Nuclear Smuggling Project, December 1999-March 2000. Government and NGO experts gathered to analyze how smugglers might obtain and transfer nuclear materials or weapons from the former Soviet Union.

Organizer, export control symposium, "Nonproliferation Export Controls: Looking Towards the Next Century," Washington, D.C, May 25, 1999.

Organizer and director, international conference, "Security Challenges in the Caucasus and Central Asia: Enhancing Long-Term Stability," October 2-4, 1998 in Athens, Georgia.

Opinion editorial,"Lids for Nuclear Leaks," The Moscow Times, 9 March 1999.

Participant, Export Control: Theory and Practice, Conference organized by CITS and Moscow Center on Export Controls, Moscow, Russia, September 1995.

Participant, CIA/CENTRA Training Seminar, "Ballistic Missile Technology Proliferation," Washington, D.C., August 1995.

Panel Chair, "Causes and Consequences of Proliferation," at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Chicago, Ill., February 1995.

Participant, Conference, Political Aspects of Nonproliferation and Export Control, Moscow, Russia, April 1994.

Participant, Conference, Nuclear Energy in Kazakhstan: Conceptions of Development, Establishment, Security, Almaty, Kazakstan, September 1993.

HONORS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

- Wrote proposals that secured over $12 million of private and U.S. government funding for research and international outreach projects. Select grants and contracts: DHS Science and Technology, USAID, World Bank, Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Ford Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Center for Global Partnership, Ploughshares Fund, W. Alton Jones, Merck, Nuclear Threat Initiative, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Commerce, SAIC, NATO, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Argonne National Laboratory.

- Member of Aerospace Industry Association (AIA) Export Control Working Group, 2006-2007.

- Launched International Export Control Academy at the University of Georgia to train foreign officials in controlling weapons trade.

- Visiting Research Fellow, Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), Stanford University, May 2002.

- Recipient of 1997 Hubert Humphrey Dissertation Fellowship from the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (two recipients nationally).

- Recipient of 1999-National Research Council Travel grant to examine arms smuggling in Central Asia.

- Kennan Institute Short-term Travel Grant Recipient, Washington, D.C. July 1998.

- Recipient of grants from NATO and the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research to conduct research in the former Soviet Union.

FOREIGN TRAVEL EXPERIENCE

- China (Beijing, Tianjin, Nanchang, Xining, Lanzhou) to meet with Chinese training partners and deliver lecture.

- Istanbul, Turkey, October 2010, (Participation in WCO Forum).

- Kiev and Uzhgorod, Ukraine, May 2008 (Meetings with funding prospects and university partners).

- Monrovia, Liberia, May 2008, Conducted legislative needs assessment.

- Zagreb, Croatia, December 2007 (Study abroad planning).

- Mumbai, India, May 2007

- Beijing and Chengdu, China, October 2007.

- Seoul, South Korea, May and December 2006 (Training presentations to Korean companies, research), April 2012.

- Tirana, Albania, January 2006 (Briefing for Albanian Legislators).

- London, U.K., November 2005 (Presentation for over 200 foreign officials at International Conference on Export Controls).

- Export control and border assessments in Slovenia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Albania, Serbia and Montenegro (2005-2006).

- Warsaw, Poland, June 2004 (Research on border security and export laws).

- Moscow, Russia, September 2003 (Conference presentation).

- Moscow and Obninsk, Russia, January 2003 (Conference presentation/research).

- Warsaw, September 2002 (Participant in International Conference on Export Control).

- Moscow, April 2002 (Travel with Senator Michael Enzi to establish bilateral legislative working group).

- Moscow, November 2001 (Export control program review for Department of Commerce).

- Nizhni Novgorod, Russia, March 2001; Izhevsk, Russia, January 2001.

- Obninsk, Russia; May 2000 (Presented Research on Nuclear Materials Assessment).

- Shanghai, China; February 2000 (Participant in conference on technology trade and export control).

- Oxford, U.K.; September 1999 (Participant in International Conference on Export Controls).

- Tel-Aviv, Israel; October 1999 (Research on Israeli arms exports and export control).

- Moscow, May and October 2000, April and November 1999, (Center training program for Russian nuclear managers), February and November 1998; June and November 1997; September 1995, January 1998 (research and conference participation).

- Minsk, Belarus; January 1998 (Presentation on international arms control regimes to government officials).

- Tashkent, Uzbekistan; Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, July 1997 (research on border/export controls).

- Moscow, Russia; Los Alamos National Laboratory, May-December 1996. (Work assignment at the Center on Export Controls).

- Almaty and Semipalatinsk, Kazakstan; September 1993 (conference participation).

- Moscow; Russian Language Study, June-August 1988.

- Santiago, Spain; June-July 1985.

Dr. Dan Joyner

djoyner@tradesecure.net

Dr. Dan Joyner is a Senior Legal Advisor with TradeSecure, LLC. Dr. Joyner is the Elton B. Stephens Professor of Law, and Director of International Programs, at the University of Alabama School of Law. He is a leading academic expert on international law relative to nuclear nonproliferation and civilian nuclear energy. He is the author of three books and numerous peer-reviewed articles on these subjects, and has lectured widely on them. He is also a subject matter expert consultant, providing legal advice and training to sovereign states and private parties on matters including strategic trade controls, IAEA safeguards, economic sanctions, international investment law, and nuclear nonproliferation treaties and regimes. He regularly works as a consultant on strategic trade controls for the U.S. Department of State Office of Export Controls and Border Security. He received his B.A. in Japanese from Brigham Young University, his J.D. from Duke University School of Law, a M.A. in political science from the University of Georgia, and a Ph.D. in law from the University of Warwick School of Law.

Dr. Rongrong Liu

rliu@tradesecure.net

Dr. Liu is an Advisor with TradeSecure, LLC. Dr. Liu is the founder of Georgia2CN, a consulting service specializing in PE investment and executive education. Dr. Liu was a program manager at the Center for International Trade and Security (CITS) for nine years with a focus on strategic trade control policy and industry compliance. Her research focus was the role of multinational corporations in nonproliferation. She has written on the issues of U.S.-China strategic trade control cooperation, government policies in promoting industry compliance program and nonproliferation regimes. Dr. Liu managed programs and activities to promote bilateral cooperation in high tech trade and worked with Chinese businesses to improve their internal compliance programs.

Prior to joining the CITS team, Dr. Liu worked at the Carl Vinson Institute of Government within the University of Georgia where she ran various training programs on public administration. She also serves on the Board of Directors at the Georgia China Alliance, a nonprofit organization in Atlanta promoting business between Georgia and China. Dr. Liu has been involved with the Georgia China Alliance since its inauguration in 2005. She has successfully organized dozens of business activities to help Georgia businesses understand Chinese market, establish business connections with Chinese counterparts.

Dr. Liu received her PhD in International Relation from the School of Public and International Affairs at UGA. She also has two Master Degrees in Economics and Internet Technology from Terry School of Business at UGA.

Alexander W. Patterson

apatterson@tradesecure.net

404-275-3920

Founder and Director, TradeSecure LLC, Athens, Ga

EDUCATION

Juris Doctor: Harvard Law School
Bachelor of Arts: University of Georgia, summa cum laude, Valedictorian

Major: Political Science

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

Partner (retired)

Alston & Bird, LLP

Member of the Management Committee

Alston & Bird, LLP

Financial Partner (CFO)

Alston & Bird, LLP

Practice Group Leader

Alston & Bird, LLP

Captain

U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps

Assistant to the General Council of the Army
Counsel to the System Manager

Cheyenne Helicopter Program

PREVIOUS DIRECTORSHIPS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Program Chair and Director

Leadership Georgia

Chairman of the Board

Junior Achievement of Georgia, Inc

Chairman of the Board

Holy Innocents Episcopal School

Vice Chair

Citizens Advisory Committee, SPLOST 2011, Athens-Clarke County

Vice Chair

Mayor’s Economic Development Task Force, Athens-Clarke County

Citizens Advisory Board Member

Athens Banner-Herald

Director

Athens Rotary Club

CURRENT DIRECTORSHIPS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Board of Advisors

The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

Vice Chair

Athens Area Community Foundation

Committee Member

SPLOST Citizens Oversight

Committee Member

Oconee Rivers Greenway Commission

Dr. John P. Rudy

jrudy@tradesecure.net

706-338-3332

Founder and Director, TradeSecure, LLC, Athens, Georgia

EDUCATION

Ph.D: Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

Fields: International Affairs and Economics

Master of Arts: Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

Field: Law and Diplomacy

Bachelor of Arts: DePauw University, summa cum laude

Majors: Political Science and Economics

PAST PROJECTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

President, Treasurer, Board Member

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Georgia (OLLI@UGA), a 1200-member continuing education enterprise; 2003 - present

Partner

Hampton Partners Ltd., New York, Financial consultancy and investment banking, US and abroad; 1990-2002

Principal

Greenwich Associates; Principal market research, consulting in international commercial banking, with a global client base; 1978-1990

Senior Vice President and Corporate Planner

Citibank, in New York, Brussels, Milan and Paris. Also served as Senior Officer in the Field for France, Italy and the Benelux, Senior Officer in Charge of global financial business clients; 1957-1978

Specialist 3rd Class

US Army, Civil Affairs & Military Government Corps; Course design and development; 1955-1957

Reporter

Indianapolis News, part-time Cub Reporter; 1948-1950

Dr. Seema Gahlaut

sgahlaut@tradesecure.net

706-207-9623

Founder and Director, TradeSecure LLC., Athens, Georgia

Assistant Director, Center for International Trade and Security, Athens, Georgia

EDUCATION

Ph. D. Political Science, University of Georgia, May 1999.

Fields: International Relations, Comparative Politics, and Public Policy.

Advisor: Professor Gary Bertsch

Dissertation Title: "Nonproliferation Export Controls in India: Explaining the Policy of Restraint."

M. Phil. (Master of Philosophy): School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, 1988-90.

Major: Diplomatic Studies

Thesis Topic: "Centralizing Tendencies in the Decision-making Structures of U.S. Diplomacy: The Case of the National Security Advisor."

M.A.: School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India (International Relations, Comparative Politics, International Law); 1986-88.

Major: International Relations

B.A.: University of Delhi, Delhi, India. (Sociology, Economics, English, Hindi); 1982-85

Honors: Sociology

LINGUISTIC PROFICIENCY

English and Hindi – fluent in reading, writing, and speaking

Urdu – fluent in speaking

Japanese – Beginners’ level

CURRENT PROJECTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assistant Director (Training and Outreach)

Organize and direct the CITS Security and Strategic Trade Management Academy – a 2-week rigorous training offered twice a year to government officials and industry representatives from around the world. This involves managing all aspects of the training (finances, designing curriculum, business development, scheduling and logistics). Thus far, governments of over 60 countries, including the United States, and several US multinational companies have sent approximately 600 representatives to be trained. Also organize all other training and outreach events on technology security and strategic trade controls aimed at foreign government officials, foreign industry, media, and academics. Represent CITS in all international fora where these issues are under consideration.

Senior Research Associate

Center for International Trade and Security, University of Georgia, September 1998 - present. Research and write grants for CITS-wide projects as well as South Asia projects. Re-designed South Asia section of the CITS web page and designed the layout of the Export Control Primer as an organic document that will grow over time. Oversee Center’s outreach through events and dissemination of Briefs written by self or colleagues. Mentor undergraduate interns; guide some student-participants in the CITS Security Leadership Program, and Honors Program volunteers at Center for International Trade and Security

CURRENT PROJECTS

Principal Investigator, US Department of State (ECC/ISN) project

"Enhancing Export Controls Through In-depth Training," February 2007 – December 2014. This project allows Office of Export Control Cooperation to sponsor foreign government officials and academics to avail of the training offered by CITS via its Security and Strategic Trade Management Academy. The comprehensive 2-week training is offered twice a year on UGA campus, and also attracts trainees from various US government agencies, as well as foreign government officials and industry representatives in the developed world. Over 600 officials from 60 countries have availed of this training since Fall 2006.

Principal Investigator, US Department of State (ECC/ISN) project

"Strategic Trade Control Consultations and Legal-Regulatory Drafting Assistance Seminar for Kenya," July 2013 – September 2014. This project involved consultations with the Kenyan national Steering Committee on STC and identifying officials across the agencies for training on the establishment, implementation and enforcement of UNSC 1540-compliant comprehensive law.

Co-Principal Investigator (P.I.), Department of Energy Project

"Export Controls in the Asia-Pacific: Training Government and Industry," September 2006 - September 2014. The project involves training select officials and industry representatives from designated Asian countries (China, India, Pakistan, and ASEAN) on nonproliferation and security issues, and providing strategic trade controls outreach to dual-use industry in these countries. It also includes preparing briefs and delivering oral briefings to groups within the DOE’s National Nuclear Security Administration and laboratories.

PAST PROJECTS

Principal Investigator, US Department of State (ECC/ISN) project

"Enhancing Export Controls in the CARICOM Community through Legal-Regulatory Assistance," July 2010 – December 2012. This project is in response to the request for assistance by the CARICOM Community to the UNSCR 1540 Committee. It aims to review the national legal bases for strategic trade controls in each of the 15 Member States, with a view to identifying regulatory gaps and to draft a model legislation designed to provide a framework for UNSCR 1540 implementation throughout the region.

Co-Principal Investigator (P.I.), Department of Energy Project (CSCAP Project)

"Promoting Regional Harmonization of Export Controls in the Asia-Pacific," May 2005-December 2012. The project supports work of two CITS researchers as they lead the newly formed Export Control Experts Group within the CSCAP Study Group on WMD Proliferation. The exports group will bring together export control officials and experts from East and Southeast Asian countries in a series of workshops where they will discuss their national systems and perspectives on regional harmonization of procedures and practices. CITS team will help set the agenda for workshops, help officials in focusing their presentations, moderate discussions and prepare papers that summarize the regional imperatives and challenges towards export control harmonization.

Co-Principal Investigator (P.I), Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) project

"Trilateral Cooperation for A Secure Supply-chain in Asia: Convergence of Japanese, American and Indian Interests on Nonproliferation, Counter-Terrorism, Maritime Security and High-Technology Cooperation," July 2009 – July 2012. This project aims to identify a set of near-term (2-5 years) priorities of the United States, Japan and India to create a more robust chain of security within the maritime arc (Strait of Hormuz-Indian Ocean-Strait of Malacca-Sea of Japan) in WMD non-proliferation, high-technology cooperation, maritime security and counter-terrorism. It also seeks to assess the scope and nature of convergence, and divergence, between their national priorities.

Co-Principal Investigator (P.I), Smith Richardson Foundation (SRF) project "Flights of Fancy or Infancy?: How India’s Young Political & Economic Leaders view Cooperation with the United States," December 2007 – November 2011. This project proposes to assess the views of the young political leaders of India across party lines, and young business leaders across technology sectors. It seeks to generate specific recommendations to assist U.S. policymakers in the framing and implementation of key U.S. strategic goals relating to India, South Asia and the broader Asia-Pacific region.
Researcher, Department of State project

"Assessing Export Control Systems of Select States," June 2007 - July 2008. Using a refinement of CITS research methodology, the project seeks to assess the legal and institutional development of export control capacity across a range of countries. Products are not for public sharing.

Co-Principal Investigator (P.I), Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) project

"Securing the First Line of Defense: Enhancing Industry Compliance on Export Controls in China and India," 2005-2007. The project, in collaboration with CISTEC in Japan, seeks to examine the state of export control compliance by the dual-use industry in China and India, and contribute to alleviating some of the shortcomings. Three workshops are planned for industry representatives from China and India (in Tokyo, Beijing and New Delhi), to provide (a) export control outreach by CITS-CISTEC team, and (b) a forum to interact with each other and with their respective government officials, and discuss problems and prospects of export control compliance. The findings of the project will be disseminated as ICP training material and issue brief on promoting genuine communication between governments and industry in China and India.

Co-Principal Investigator (P.I), Indian Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) project

"Trends in International Technology Export Controls," September 2004-November 2006. The project includes training select DRDO scientists on basics and merging issues in technology export controls, and India’s interest in international regimes, organizations, and best practices. The training sessions are to be held in Athens, Georgia (USA) and in DRDO facilities in India. The project also includes research and writing of briefs and papers for DRDO on issues of interest to them in making policies regarding dual-use technology management. The objective is to educate and nurture export control expertise among mid-level scientist, some of whom may be directors of defense labs of Ministry of Defense, Govt of India.

Participant, United States Institute of Peace (USIP) Project

"Multilateral Export Control Regimes: Why China Wants In and India Prefers to Stay Out," 2005-06. The project seeks to assess the various strategies that the international nonproliferation community can use to elicit greater cooperation from China and India vis-à-vis restraint in export of WMD-technologies.

Co-Principal Investigator (P.I.), Department of Energy Project

"Export Controls in the Asia-Pacific: Working through CSCAP Process," May 2004-December 2004. The project seeks to induce export control harmonization among ASEAN states by using CSCAP working group meetings as a forum for discussions on common challenges and opportunities for Asian states to monitor and regulate trade and transshipment of sensitive items and dual-use technologies. This involves CITS team to not merely produce assessments and briefings for DOE on export control issues in specific Asian states but to also interact with the Asian officials and encourage them to share information on their national systems at CSCAP meetings using CITS framework and methodology.

Participant, SAIC Project

"National Evaluations of Export Control Systems," 2005-2006 The project seeks to evaluate the extent of development of nonproliferation relevant export control policies and procedures in select countries. It uses a detailed and comprehensive methodology – a refined version of the standardized methodology developed by CITS under a previous grant. The aim of the assessments is to ascertain the strengths and weaknesses of particular national systems and to target US government assistance in this area.

Co-Principal Investigator (P.I.), Ploughshares Fund Project

"Securing Sensitive Materials & Technologies in India and Pakistan," September 2003 – August 2004. The project seeks to examine compare Indian and Pakistani regulations and practices regarding sensitive materials vis-à-vis multilateral standards along the following three axes: levels of export control enforcement, physical security and materials accounting, and security culture. The overall aim is to identify the loopholes that may be plugged with targeted international assistance. Results will be disseminated to the officials and experts in the two countries and in the United States via Primers, briefs and briefings.

Co-Principal Investigator (P.I.), Ploughshares Fund Project

"Strengthening Nonproliferation Export Controls in India and Pakistan," March 2002-February 2003. The project assessed the state of laws, regulations and processes that India and Pakistan use to control their exports of dual-use technologies, and identified issues and areas where US and international assistance might be targeted to strengthen Indian and Pakistani export control systems. Currently finalizing the Executive Summary and Report, this will be disseminated in Washington, DC in July-August 2003, accompanied by briefings for Congressional staffers and NGOs in the area

Co-P.I., Carnegie Corporation Project

"Evaluating the Effectiveness of Technology Control Arrangements," September 2000-December 2004. Co-developed an assessment methodology, gathered data through surveys and interviews with current and former officials from member states, in order to assess the Australia Group. Currently working on the final phase of the project - a proposed model for a new comprehensive regime for controlling nuclear, chemical, biological, and missile related dual-use technologies.

Co-P.I., Carnegie Corporation Project

"Global Evaluations System for Assessing Export Control Development," January 1998- October 2004 Authored the Indian and Pakistani components of the research report in 1999-2000. Currently working on an Issue Brief summarizing the US-India bilateral dialogue on technology controls.

Co-Investigator, Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS/US Department of Commerce) Project

"Assessing Multilateral Export Control Cooperation," December 2002 - June 2003. Provided assessment of NEC’s (National Export Control Cooperation division within the BIS) participation in Southeast Asia. Currently developing a methodology and a participant survey, to help audit future BIS multilateral activities around the world

PUBLICATIONS

Books

To Supply or to Deny: Comparing Nonproliferation Export Controls in Five Key Countries [New York: Kluwer, 2004], co-author

Engaging India: US Strategic Relations with the World’s Largest Democracy [New York: Routledge, 1999], co-editor.

Chapters in Books

"Increasing the effectiveness and acceptance of dual-use export controls: Asian Perspectives," in Oliver Meier (Ed.) Between Control and Cooperation: Dual-use, technology transfers and the nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction [New York: Routledge, January 2014]

"India’s Nuclear Strategy," in James Holmes and Toshi Yoshihara, Eds. Asia in the Second Nuclear Age [Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, Spring 2013]

"South Asia and the Nonproliferation Regime: Opportunities and Challenges," in Nathan Busch and Daniel Joyner, Eds. Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Future of International Non-Proliferation Policy [Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 2007].

"India and the Nonproliferation Regime," in Subrata Mitra and Gary K. Bertsch, ed., The New Dynamism in India [Germany: Hanns Siedel Foundation; December 2005]

"The Operation, Successes and Failures of the Multilateral Export Control Arrangements," in Daniel Joyner, EdThe Future of Multilateral Nonproliferation Export Controls [London: Ashgate, 2006]

"US-India Relations in the Coming Decades," in Subrata Mitra and Gary K. Bertsch, ed., The New Dynamism in India [Germany: Hanns Siedel Foundation; December 2005], co-author

"Political Implications of the PSI," in Maritime Security in the Asia-Pacific: The Environment, Challenges and Prospects for Regional Cooperation [Singapore: Institute for Defense and Strategic Studies; August 2005]

"Introduction: Challenges for Export Controls in the Era of Globalization," in To Supply or to Deny: Assessing Nonproliferation Export Controls in Six Supplier States [New York: Kluwer, 2004], co-author

"Export Controls in India," in To Supply or to Deny: Assessing Nonproliferation Export Controls in Five Supplier States [New York: Kluwer, 2004]

"Intangibles, Technology Trade and India: Challenges before A Knowledge-Based Economy," in Parthasarathy Banerjee and Frank Jurgen-Richter, Eds. The Future of India: Liberalization, Globalization, and the New Economy [London: McMillan-Palgrave, 2002], co-author

"Indian Policy on Controlling Exports of Sensitive Technologies: Achievements and Future Challenges," in Kenneth A. Cutshaw, ed., Corporate Counsel’s Guide to Doing Business in India [Chesterland, OH: Business Laws, Inc., 2001].

"A New Policy for Pakistan," in Kanti Bajpai, Afsir Karim, and Amitabh Mattoo Eds, Kargil and After: Challenges for Indian Policy [New Delhi: Har Anand, 2000], co-authored.

"Removing the (Cob-) Webs of Technology Controls: Assessing the Relevance of Nonproliferation Regimes for India," in Amitabh Mattoo, ed., India’s Nuclear Deterrent: Pokharan II and Beyond [New Delhi: Har Anand Publishers, 1999].

"Re-energizing the Debate: Indo-US Nuclear Cooperation," in Gary Bertsch, Seema Gahlaut, and Anupam Srivastava, Eds. Engaging India: US Strategic Relations with the World’s Largest Democracy [New York: Routledge, 1999].

"Indian and US Perspectives on Nonproliferation Export Controls," in Gary Bertsch, Seema Gahlaut, and Anupam Srivastava, Eds, Engaging India: US Strategic Relations with the World’s Largest Democracy [New York: Routledge, 1999]; co-authored.

"Conclusions: Summarizing the Next Steps," in Gary Bertsch, Seema Gahlaut, and Anupam Srivastava, Eds. Engaging India: US Strategic Relations with the World’s Largest Democracy [New York: Routledge, 1999]; co-authored.

Special Reports and Briefs

Report, CARICOM Gap Analysis: Regional Overview, CITS Report, September 2011

Brief, UN Security Council Resolution 1540: A Principled Necessity, CITS Issue Brief, August 2006

Brief, Indian Export Control Policy: Political Commitment, Institutional Capacity, and Nonproliferation Record, CITS Issue Brief, May 2006.

Report, Export Control Developments in India: Update 2005, for Carnegie Corporation of New York, July 2005, co-authored.

Report, Roadmap for Reform: Creating a New Multilateral Export Control Regime, CITS Report, November 2004; co-author

Report, Reforming Multilateral Export Controls: A New regime for the 21st Century, CITS Report, February 2004; co-author

Report, Strengthening Multilateral Export Controls: A Nonproliferation Priority, CITS Report, September 2003; co-author

Brief, "Power Shifts in Asia," CITS Issue Brief, April 2001

Brief, "Export Controls in India: Update 2001," CITS Export Control Brief, March 2001

Brief, "Problems of Compliance in the Wassenaar Arrangement," CITS Export Control Brief, February 2001

Brief, "Survey of US Industry Compliance and Export Controls: Preliminary Results," CITS Export Control Brief, January 2001.

Web document, "An Export Control Primer," CITS web page document design, layout, and update, May 2000

Report, "Export Control Developments in India: Update 2001," Detailed Report for the Carnegie Corporation of New York, March 2001.

Report, "Nonproliferation Export Controls in Pakistan: An Initial Assessment," Global Evaluation of Nonproliferation Export Controls Athens, University of Georgia, 2000, co-author

Report, "India," in Michael Beck, ed. Global Evaluation of Nonproliferation Export Controls Athens, University of Georgia, 1999

Report, "Role of Institutional Networks in Indo-US Cooperation in the 1990s," Report and Briefing Paper, Athens, University of Georgia, January 1999, co-author

Report, "Indo-US Strategic Cooperation in Advanced Conventional Weapons," Athens, University of Georgia, September 1997, co-author

Briefing,"Indo-US Strategic Cooperation in Advanced Conventional Weapons," February 1998, co-author

Special Report, "Indo-US Relations in a Critical Period," prepared for the United States Institute of Peace, August 1998, co-author

Monograph, Export Controls in India: A Preliminary Review, Center for International Trade and Security, Athens, Georgia, October 1997.

Articles

"A Critical Look at the Opposition to the US- India Agreement," in Wade L. Huntley and Karthika Sasikumar Eds, Nuclear Cooperation with India: New Challenges, New Opportunities, Report from Simons Centre for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Research, Vancouver, BC, Canada, March 2006, pp. 18-22.

"Biological Weapons and Globalization," in Encyclopedia of Globalization, [New York: MTM Publishing; Spring 2006]

Review of South Asia's Nuclear Security Dilemma: India Pakistan and China and India in the World Order: Searching for Major-Power Status, Perspectives on Politics, Volume 3, Issue 04, Dec 2005, pp 941-942.

"Combating Terrorism: Implications for the Nonproliferation Regime," Orbis, Summer 2004, [co-author]

"Institutional Development of the PSI," The Monitor: Nonproliferation, Demilitarization and Arms Control, Winter 2004

"Do Multilateral Regimes have the Members They Really Need?" Comparative Strategy, Vol. 23, Fall 2004, pp. 73-91 [co-author]

"Curbing Proliferation from Emerging Suppliers: Export Controls in India and Pakistan," Arms Control Today, September 2003 [co-author]

"Creating a New Multilateral Export Control Regime," Arms Control Today, March -April 2003 [co-author]

"Emerging Trends in Multilateral Export Control Arrangements: Implications for India," USI Journal, (January-March 2002)

"Reducing Nuclear Dangers in South Asia: A Review of Russian Perspectives," The Monitor, Special Issue, Fall 2001

"Indo-US Engagement: Moving towards Pragmatic Cooperation," Indian Defense Review, Vol. 15 (1), January-March 2000, [co-author]

"Nonproliferation Export Controls: A View from India," The Monitor: Trade, Technology, and Security in the 21st Century, Spring 2000

"Technology, Security, and International Regimes: India’s Options," Bharat-Rakshak Monitor, November 1999

"Policy and Rhetoric in Indo-U.S. Relations," The Monitor: Nonproliferation, Demilitarization and Arms Control, vol. 4, no. 2, Spring 1998

Op-eds

Ten Years of UN Security Council Resolution 1540: Focus on "Doing Nonproliferation"

DSA Dialogue, March 21, 2014.

"Myths about Proliferation and Non-Proliferation of WMDs," Women in International Security, WIIS Issue Brief, Winter 2007.

"Mis-firing at the India Nuclear Deal," ForeignPolicy.com, March 2006

"U.S.-India nuclear deal will strengthen nonproliferation," PacNet 37, August 31, 2005 [Pacific Forum, CSIS]

"Study Calls for Reform, Unification of Multilateral Export Control Regimes," Export Practitioner, February 23, 2005 [co-author]

"Plugging the Proliferation Loopholes in Pakistan and Beyond," Defense News, March 22, 2004; p. 53

"Multilateral Export Controls are Needed," Journal of Commerce, July 7-13, 2003; p. 38

"A Truly Unipolar Moment," The Hindu, May 25, 2002

"Bush Presidency and India," The Hindu, December 16, 2000 [co-author]

"Bush Administration’s South Asia Policy Analyzed," India Abroad, February 16, 2001 [co-author]

"US Help to India on Nuclear Command and Control Could Boost Ties," Defense News, September 4, 2000

"India and the MTCR", The Hindu, August 14, 1999

PRESENTATIONS, BRIEFINGS, LECTURES

Presentation, "Role of NGOs in Training Governments and Industry on Compliance with Emerging International initiatives on Non-proliferation and Anti-terrorism," International Workshop on Disarmament and Nonproliferation Education and Capacity Development, Vienna, 14-15 November, 2013. Organized by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (VCDNP) with the support of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the United Kingdom and the Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs of Austria.

Presentation, "Strategic Trade Controls: Global Trends & Economic Implications," 20th Asian Export Control Seminar, Tokyo, February 26-28, 2013.

Presentation, "Role of NGOs in Strategic Trade Controls: CITS Partnership with ECC, US Department of State," International Export Control Conference, Portoroz, Slovenia, May 7-9, 2012.

Presentation, "Controlling Dual-Use Technologies: Asian Perspectives," Workshop entitled ‘Between Control and Cooperation

Dual-use, technology transfers and the nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction,’ Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH), at the Landesvertretung Hamburg in Berlin, Germany, June 16-17, 2011

Presentation, "Implementation of UNSCR 1540 Requirements in ASEAN Countries," Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, Fourth Meeting of the Experts Group on Export Controls, Manila, August 25-27, 2008

Executive Seminar, "US-India Nuclear Agreement: Implications for Trade & Technology Transfers," sponsored by U.S. India Business & Research Center (USIBRC), Asia Program, Center for Int'l Trade & Security, University of Georgia, and Georgia Tech Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER), Atlanta, GA, August 7, 2008.

Roundtable discussant, "Problems and Prospects of Getting to a Nuclear Zero," The Sam Nunn Bank of America Policy Forum on Nonproliferation and the Global Nuclear Renaissance: Bridging the Gap, Atlanta, GA, April 1, 2008

Presentation, "Assessing Member-State submissions to the UNSCR 1540 Committee," Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, Third Meeting of the Experts Group on Export Controls, Tokyo, February 8-10, 2006.

Presentation, "An Export Controls Template for CSCAP," Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, Second Meeting of the Experts Group on Export Controls, Beijing, May 10-12, 2006

Roundtable discussant, "US-India Nuclear Agreement: Prospects and Challenges," SAPRA India Foundation, New Delhi, December 12, 2005.

Presentation, "US-India Nuclear Deal: Is it Really a Threat to the Nonproliferation Regime?" Seminar on US-India Nuclear Agreement, Simons Centre for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Research, Liu Institute for Global Issues, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, November 22, 2005.

Presentation, "Assessing Member-State submissions to the UNSCR 1540 Committee," Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, First Meeting of the Experts Group on Export Controls, Tokyo, November 6-8, 2005.

Presentation, "Export Controls in India in 2005," for officials at the Ministry of Defense and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London, UK, July 1 and 4, 2005.

Presentation, "Assessing the Future of NSSP," United Services Institution of India, New Delhi, June 10, 2005.

Presentation, "Outline for A Proposed CSCAP Action Plan on Nonproliferation," Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, Working Group on WMD Proliferation, Singapore, May 27-29, 2005.

Presentations, "Evaluating National export Control Systems of China, India, France, Russia, and United States," and "Understanding CITS Methodology," for training of Chinese officials in nonproliferation issues at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, California, November 10, 2004.

Presentation, "Customs and Export Control Enforcement Capabilities Across select countries," OPCW, Third Technical Meeting on the Transfers Regime in Terms of the Current Implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention, Argentina, September 6-8, 2004.

Presentation, "Imperatives for Export Control Cooperation: Rationale & First Steps to A CSCAP Action Plan," Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, Working Group on Confidence and Security Building Measures, Hanoi, May 25-28, 2004.

Presentation, "Political Implications of the Proliferation Security Initiative," IDSS Maritime Security Conference, Singapore, May 20-21, 2004.

Briefing, "US Relations with India and Pakistan in 2004: Challenges and Opportunities," Congressmen Ackerman’s office, Rayburn Building, Washington, DC, April 14, 2004.

Presentation, "Regional Institutions for Promoting Nonproliferation in Asia," at the NBR/PNNL conference on Nuclear Asia, Seattle, March 18-19, 2004

Briefing, "Indian Export Control Developments," INECP (US DOE), February 26, 2004.

Presentation, "EU Action Plan on Nonproliferation: Lessons for the Asia-Pacific," Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, Working Group on Confidence and Security Building Measures, Singapore, December 10-12, 2003.

Presentation, "US Interests and Options in India," on the panel on US Policy in South Asia, Women In International Security, Washington, DC, November 6, 2003.

Presentation, "EU Export Control Harmonization: Lessons for ASEAN States," Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, Working Group on Confidence and Security Building Measures, Singapore, August 10-12, 2003.

Briefing, "US Challenges in South Asia," a day-long interaction at CITS with John Schlosser and Elizabeth Rood from US Dept of State, July 2003

Presentation, "Technology Control Regimes: Implications for Indian R&D," Defense Science Forum, Department of Defense Research and Development, Government of India, New Delhi, India, July 3, 2003.

Presentation, "Technology Security Issues in US-India Relations," United Services Institution of India, New Delhi, India, July 2, 2003.

Briefing, "Strengthening Export Controls in India and Pakistan," at the U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, April 17, 2003.

Presentation, "Strengthening Multilateral Export Control Regimes," at the United Services Institution of India, New Delhi, January 16, 2003.

Presentation, "Export Controls in India: Challenges and Prospects," at the panel Closing-Off the Spigot: Perspectives on Export Control Challenges & Strategies for the Future," at the Carnegie International Nonproliferation Conference, Washington, DC Nov 14-15, 2002.

Presentation, ""Industry Government Partnerships in Export Controls: Role of Non-Government Organizations," at The US-India Industry-Government Forum organized by the Bureau of Industry and Security, U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC, August 5-8, 2002.

Briefing, "Indian Export Controls: Prospects for US Involvement," US Department of Energy, Washington, DC, March 20, 2002.

Presentation, "US-India Cooperation: Convergence of Interests," Asian Development Research Institute, Patna (India), January 4, 2002.

Roundtable Discussion, "Pathways to a Secure and Solvent South Asia," Symposium on Globalization and Change in South Asia, University of Georgia Center for Humanities and Arts, Athens, Georgia, February 7-9, 2001.

Presentation, "Changing Social and Political Institutions in the United States: Understanding the New Dynamics," at the first Indo-US Partnership for Peace in the New Millennium, international symposium organized by the Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Mangalore, India, April 12-14, 2000.

Presentation, "U.S. – Indian Strategic Dialogue: Problems of Nuclear Proliferation," organized by the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Women in International Security, and Center for the Study of Women, Science, and Technology, Atlanta, March 30, 2000.

Presentation, "Indo-U.S. Strategic Dialogue: Identifying Issues of Pragmatic Convergence," WIIS New Faces Forum organized by Women in International Security, Washington, DC, March 14, 2000.

Briefing, "Prospects for Indo-US Cooperation: Changing US Dynamics," Embassy of India, Washington, DC, March 16, 2000.

Presentation, "After the Tests: Options For and From India," on the panel, At the Crossroads: South Asia and Multilateral Security Regimes, Seventh Annual International Non-Proliferation Conference of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, January 11-12, 1999, Washington, DC.

Presentation, "National Identity and Indian Nuclear Policy," Annual meeting of the Asian Development Research Institute, Patna, India, September 1995

Course Offering, "Nonproliferation, Export Controls, International Security: Strategic Implications for India," Institute of Technology Management, Mussourie, India [a specialized intensive course offered to senior defense scientists, at the invitation of the Chief Scientific Advisor to the Government of India], June 9-16, 2003.

Lecture, "Trends in Multilateral Export Controls: Implications for India," United Services Institution of India, New Delhi, January 11, 2001.

Lecture, "Factors Hindering the Growth of Strategic Cooperation between India and the United States," United Services Institution of India, New Delhi, May 12, 2000.

Lecture, "Engaging a Nuclear India: Changing US Perceptions," National Defense College, Government of India, New Delhi, April 19, 2000.

Select Workshops

"The Future of Arms Transfer Regimes and Implications for Eurasia," RAND, Washington, DC, April 13, 2004

"Regional Forum on Transshipment Controls," Organized by the US Department of State and the Royal Thai Government, Bangkok, Thailand, December 11-13, 2002

"Civil Society Monitoring: Sharing Experiences, exploring relevance to Biological Weapons," Geneva Forum Meeting, Geneva, March 21-22, 2002

"New Bridges to Peace: Enhancing National and International Security by Expanding Policy Dialogue Among Women," sponsored by Women in International Security, at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC, April 27-28, 2001.

"Globalization, Technology Trade, and American Leadership: Implications for South Asia," Panel on New Research Findings, at the workshop on South Asia, co-sponsored by the Brookings Institution, The Stimson Center, and the United States Department of Energy, at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC, March 15, 2000

"Breaking Deadlocks in Southern Asia," organized by the Henry L. Stimson Center, Washington, DC, January 13, 1999

Media Outreach

Interview, "NPT and the US-India Agreement," India Abroad (Canada edition), December 9, 2005

Interview, "Changing US Policy toward India," VOA (Hindi Service), December 14, 2005

Interview, "India’s Nonproliferation Record," India Abroad (US edition), September 2005

Interview, "Al Queda Truce to Europe: Implications for US Policy in Iraq," BBC (Hindi Service), April 15, 2004

Quoted in "Musharraf Pardons Khan, Rejects Nuclear Inspections," Bloomberg.com, February 5, 2004

Interview, "US Options regarding North Korea," BBC (Hindi Service) January 29, 2004

Quoted in Brad Glosserman, "Asia needs export controls to keep terrorist forces at bay," Japan Times, August 29, 2003

Panel Discussion, "The Indian Diaspora and Indian Economy," VOA (Hindi Service), February 11, 2003

Interview, "US Policy toward North Korea and Iraq," BBC (Hindi Service), February 9, 2003

Interview, "US-India Relations Since September 11," VOA (Hindi Service), September 10, 2002

Interview, "Pakistan Stock Exchange: Benefits from War on Terrorism," Market Place on National Public Radio, August 2002

Interview, "India and Pakistan in US Foreign Policy," Radio Free Asia (Russian Service), July 3, 2002

Interview, "Secretary of State Powell’s Upcoming Visit to the Middle East," BBC (Hindi Service), April 4, 2002

Panel Discussion, "Role of Women in India," VOA (Hindi Service), April 2, 2002

Interview, "Advani’s Visit to the United States," BBC (Hindi Service), January 9, 2002

Quoted in "To Strengthen Military Ties, US Beats Path to India," The New York Times, December 6, 2001

Quoted in "Bush Administration lifts Military, Economic Sanctions against India, Pakistan," Aerospace Daily, September 25, 2001

Quoted in "India Giving up its Global Nanny Role, Say Experts," Times of India, May 4, 2001

Interview, "US Electoral College: Importance of Florida re-count," Voice of America (Hindi Service), November 15, 2000

Interview, "Gore-Lieberman Ticket: Why is it in the News?" Voice of America (Hindi Service), August 10, 2000.

Interview, "Prime Minister Vajpayee’s Visit to the United States: Goals and Accomplishments," Voice of America (Hindi Service), September 19 and 20, 2000

Interview, "Engaging India: Options for the United States," Voice of America (Hindi Service), March 26, 2000

Interview, "President Clinton’s Speech to the Indian Parliament: Implications for US-India Relations," Voice of America (Hindi Service), March 23, 2000

Invited Expert, "Nuclear Tests By India," CNN TalkBack Live, May 13, 1998

Gen. Eugene E. Habiger

ghabiger@tradesecure.net

210-274-5950

Founder & Director TradeSecure LLC, Athens, Ga

Distinguished Fellow, Center for International Trade and Security, Athens, Ga

EDUCATION

Fellow in Seminar XXI Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1989
Program for Senior Executives and National Security Management, Harvard University, 1988
Executive Management Program, Penn State, 1986
Master of Science: George Washington University, 1974

Field: Systems Management

Bachelor of Science: University of Georgia, 1963

MILITARY EDUCATION

National War College, Fort Lesley J. McNair, 1982
Air Command and Staff College, Fort Maxwell, 1975
Squadron Officer School, Fort Maxwell, 1971
Officer Training School, Lackland Air Force Base, with distinction, 1963

MILITARY SERVICE

Commander-in-Chief, United States Strategic Command, Offutt Air Force Base, 1996-1998

Deputy Chief of Staff, United States Air Force Headquarters, the Pentagon, 1995-1996

Vice Commander, Headquarters Air Education and Training Command at Randolph Air Force Base, 1991-1995

Deputy Director, later Director, Programs and Evaluation, Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Programs and Resources, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon, 1988-1991

Chairman, Program Review Committee and Air Force Board, the Pentagon, 1988-1991

Inspector General, Headquarters Strategic Air Command, Offutt Air Force Base, 1987-1988

Commander, 2nd Bombardment Wing, Barksdale Air Force Base, 1986-1987

Commander, 379th Bombardment Wing, Wurtsmith Air Force Base, 1985-1986

Vice Commander, 5th Bombardment Wing, Minot Air Force Base, 1984-1985

Executive Officer to the Air Force Vice Chief of Staff, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon, 1983-1984

Deputy Assistant Director for Joint and National Security Council Matters, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon, 1983

Chief of Strategic Offensive Forces Division, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, the Pentagon, 1982-1983

Assistant Deputy Commander for Operations, 92nd Bombardment Wing, Fairchild Air Force Base, 1981

Commander, 325th Bombardment Squadron, Fairchild Air Force Base, 1980-1981

Combat Operations Planner, later Executive Officer to the Deputy Chief of Staff, Operations and Plans, and the Deputy Director for the Single Integrated Operational Plan, Joint Strategic Target Planning Staff, Headquarters Strategic Air Command, Offutt Air Force Base, 1977-1980

Operations Officer, 644th Bombardment Squadron, 410th Bombardment Wing, K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base, Michigan, 1975-1977

Intelligence Support Project Officer, F-15 and A-10 weapons systems and the Airborne Warning and Control System, Headquarters Tactical Air Command, Langley Air Force Base, 1971-1974

C-7A Pilot and Instructor Pilot, 457th Tactical Airlift Squadron, 483rd Airlift Wing, Cam Ranh Bay Air Base, South Vietnam, 1971

B-52 Pilot, Arc Light Operations in Southeast Asia, 1969- 1970

B-52 Pilot and Aircraft Commander, 524th Bombardment Squadron, 379th Bombardment Wing, Wurtsmith Air Force Base, 1967-1970

Instructor, U.S. Air Force Survival School, Stead Air Force Base, 1964-1965

CURRENT RESPONSIBILITIES

Senior Fellow, Gorbachov Institute
Board of Directors Founding Member, Nuclear Threat Initiative

PREVIOUS RESPONSIBILITIES

Leader, U.S. Delegation to Sixth U.S.-China High Level Security Dialogue, EastWest Institute, 2012
U.S. Delegation Member, Fourth U.S.-China High Level Security Dialogue, EastWest Institute
President & CEO, San Antonio Water System, 2001-2004
Director of Security and Emergency Operations, Department of Energy, 1999-2001

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS & PUBLIC APPEARANCES

Panelist, Nuclear Policy in the 21st Century, University of Georgia, with Undersecretary Rose Gottemoeller, 2014

Panelist, CNN World Report Conference, with Senator Sam Nunn and Ted Turner, 2001

Subject, CNN Special, 2000

Author, Still Missing: A Nuclear Strategy, Op-Ed, Washington Post, 2000

Subject, 60 Minutes II segment, 2000

Dr. Anupam Srivastava

asrivastava@tradesecure.net

706-540-0741

Founder and Vice President, TradeSecure LLC., Athens, Georgia

Senior Fellow, Center for International Trade and Security, Athens, Georgia

EDUCATION

Ph.D. International Affairs, University of Georgia, 1999, with honors

Fields: International Security, Economics, International Law

M.Phil (Master of Philosophy): School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India, 1988-90, with distinction

Major: Latin American Studies

Minor: Economics

M.A.: School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India; 1986-88, with distinction.

Major: International Affairs

Minor: Economics, International Law

CURRENT PROJECTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Advisor, International Division

Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI); 2013 - present

Member, Expert Group on Export Controls

Weapons of Mass Destruction Study Group, Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific (CSCAP; 18-country group; 2003-present)

Adjunct Professor

Department of Geopolitics & International Relations, Manipal University, India

Member, Board of Directors, India China America Institute, Atlanta; 2005 - present

PAST PROJECTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Managing Director, Invest India

India’s official investment promotion & facilitation agency co-established by Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India and FICCI; liaising with investment promotion agencies of state governments of India and with Indian embassies/consulates abroad; 2011-2013

Assistant Secretary General

Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI); 2011-2013

Associate Director

Center for International Trade and Security (CITS); Head, Research & Analysis; 2009-2011

Adjunct Professor

School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia; 2003-2011

Advisor

High Technology, FICCI; 2009-2011

Advisory Board Member

University of Georgia Office of International Public Service & Outreach; 2003-2011

Director

CITS Asia Program; 2003-2008

Board of Directors Member

Georgia Indo-American Chamber of Commerce, Atlanta; 2003-2008

Analyst/Consultant,

Office of Principal Scientific Advisor to Defense Minister & Head, DRDO (Defense Research & Development Organization, Government of India); 2002-2008

Advisory Board Member

US India Institute for Strategic Policy, Washington, DC; 2003-2007

Empowered Committee Member

Government of India "Opportunities in US-India Defense and Homeland Security Cooperation," New Delhi & Washington, DC; 2003-2006

Advisory Board Member,

Adayana, defense/IT-enabled service company, MN; 2003-2005

Director

CITS South Asia Program 1999-2003

Graduate Assistant

Department of Political Science, University of Georgia, 1995-1998

Research Associate

CITS, University of Georgia, 1995-1998

TRAINING

Conducted training workshops for government officials of Africa on improving the functioning of Investment Promotion Agencies.

Conducted over 100 training programs for government officials on Strategic Trade Controls spanning 70 countries, and over 50 programs for private sector companies from USA, Europe and Asia.

Taught or co-taught graduate and undergraduate courses on national security, political economy, Asian geopolitics at UGA. Delivered various guest lectures to military officers in USA (Pentagon, Army War College, Air Force Bases), China (PLA Naval Academy), Philippines and India. Singapore (IDSS).

RESEARCH

Investment Promotion and Facilitation

Fielded diverse queries from over 1200 investors in over 50 countries,

Expedited regulatory approvals and otherwise facilitated investment projects totaling over $1.5 billion into India,

Organized India’s investment promotion events (missions led by India’s Ministry of Commerce & Industry; top leadership from Line Ministries & private sector) in USA (Chicago, NY), UK (London), Germany (Berlin), France (Paris), Czech Republic (Brno), China (Beijing, multiple cities), ASEAN (Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand & Vietnam), Dubai (UAE)

Security Issues in Investment

Keynote or featured speaker at numerous events, sensitized audience of the need to incorporate security considerations and anti-terrorism compliance in their operations globally. These events included investment programs organized in India by over 20 countries, and leadership summits of Ernst & Young, Grant Thornton, Dell, National Cold Chain Development Agency of India, Engineering Export Promotion Council, Automotive Component Manufacturers of India and others

Anti-Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Secure Trade

Conducted over 100 training programs for government officials on Strategic Trade Controls spanning 70 countries, and over 50 programs for private sector companies from USA, Europe and Asia. Topics included UNSC Resolution 1540, Financial Action Task Force, compliance with national and international regulations on dual-use trade.

Consultant, Technology Companies – Oerlikon Leybold & SGL Carbon (Germany-headquartered, world’s leading companies in manufacturing vacuum pumps and carbon graphite structures respectively), Adayana (US-based defense software and training company)

SELECT BRIEFINGS

Address, Washington’s Non-proliferation priorities re China, India and Pakistan, EPIIC Symposium, Tufts University, February 26, 2011

Presentations to inter-agency officials, Govt. of Vietnam, Hanoi, January 18-20, 2011

Keynote, Opportunities for South Korea’s defense industrial cooperation with India, Korean Institute for Defense Studies, Seoul, Sept 3, 2010

Presentations to inter-agency officials, Govt. of South Korea, Seoul, Sept 1-3, 2010

Special Address, "Enhancing Export Control Compliance: An NGO Perspective," The 11th International Export Control Conference, Kiev, Ukraine, June 8-11, 2010 (organized by the US Department of State; over 100 countries participating)

Briefings/Lectures, "India-US Nuclear Agreement," since 2000, multiple briefings/lectures at forums in USA, UK, Germany, Japan, Singapore, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, South Korea, Canada,

Brief, US Export Control Reforms re India and China, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Germany, May 7, 2010

Briefing, US-India defense-industrial cooperation, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, US Dept. of Defense, May 4, 2010

Keynote, Strategic Underpinnings of US-India Economic Engagement, at Global Economic Forum 2010, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, April 6, 2010

PresentationUS Economic Cooperation with India and China, at Emerging India Summit, Goizuetta Business School, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, March 26, 2010

Keynote, US-India Strategic Cooperation, at Penn State New Kensington, University of Pittsburgh, February 26, 2010

Presentation, "Proliferation Security Initiative," at Legal Framework for Strengthening Nuclear Security & Combating Nuclear Terrorism, NATO Advanced Research Workshop, Vienna, January 28-29, 2010

Panel Chair & Presenter, "International Law & Efforts to Combat Global Nuclear Challenges: Strengthening the Linkage," at the International Council of Jurists Convention, Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi, Nov 2010 and Nov 2009

Presentation, "Export Control Resources," at United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 Workshop, Colombo, June 23-25, 2009

Presentation, "Incorporating Technology Safeguards into Export Control Curriculum at CITS", at "Meeting Safeguards Challenges in an Expanding Nuclear World," organized by INMM (Institute for Nuclear Materials Management) and ESARDA (European Safeguards Research & Development Association), Tokyo, 6-9 October 2008.

Organizer and presenter at 5th CSCAP Export Control Experts Group Meeting, Hanoi, Vietnam, Dec 6-8, 2009; at 4th EXEG Meetings, co-organized by the Office of the President, Republic of Philippines, Manila, Aug 24-28, 2008

Panelist, "Strategic Domains of US-India Cooperation," at international conference, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, November 1-3, 2007

Plenary Speaker, "US-India Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement: Role of Technology Safeguards and Materials Security," South Asia Association Conference, Madison, WI, October 13, 2007

Presentation, "Strategies to Promote U.S. Goals in Asia: Re-calibrating Relations with China and India," Tufts University, March 1, 2007

Presentation, "New Nuclear Challenges and US-India Nuclear Deal," Association for the Communication of Transcultural Study, Miyagi, and Japan Institute of International Affairs, Tokyo, Japan, July 11, 13, 2006

Presentation, "Nuclear Materials Security in India," Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC, June 23, 2006

Briefing, "US-India Nuclear Agreement," Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India; Lecture at the United Service Institution of India, Remarks at the Round Table organized at the India International Center, all in New Delhi, December 2005-January 2006

Presentations, "United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540," and "Building an East Asian Export Control Template," Expert Group on Export Controls, Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific, Tokyo, November 7-8, 2005

Presentations, "EU Export Controls," & "Proliferation Security Initiative & Multilateral Security Regimes," Department of Customs, Government of China, Hang Zhou (China), Aug 30, 2005

Briefings, "Technology Regulations in India," Departments of State & Energy, U.S. Government, Washington, DC, July 18 &19, 2005

Briefing, "Export Control Developments in China and India: Options for the United States and the European Union," Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Ministry of Defense, UK Government, London, June 30 and July 4, 2005

Presentation, "Imperatives for Improving Technology Security Coordination in the Asia-Pacific," Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific, Singapore, May 27-29, 2005

Discussant, "Proliferation Security Initiative: Insights from Multilateral Export Control Arrangements," Institute for Defense & Strategic Studies, Singapore, May 21-22, 2004

Presentation, "Technology Control Regimes: Implications for Indian R & D," Defense Science Forum, Department of Defense Research and Development, Government of India, New Delhi, India, July 3, 2003

Presentation, "Probable Domains of US-India Defense Co-Development & Collaboration," panel, "Transpacific Armaments Collaboration: The Evolving Relationship," U.S. Department of Defense, Washington, DC, November 4, 2002

Briefing, "Reviving the Defense Policy Group for Indo-US Defense Cooperation," Office of Assistant Secretary of Defense and Joint Chiefs of Staff, US Department of Defense, Washington, DC, July 12, 2001

Presentation, "India’s Aspirations for a Blue-Water Navy: Russian Cooperation and US Response," International Maritime Review Conference organized by the Indian Navy, Mumbai, February 16-20, 2001

Presentation, "South Asia in the Russian Strategic Calculus: Emerging Challenges & Prospects," Second Conference on Russian Security Perceptions, US Army War College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, December 4-6, 2000

Presentation, "US-Indian Strategic Engagement: A Multivariate Analysis," National Defense College, Government of India, New Delhi, April 19, 2000

PUBLICATIONS

Media

Since 2001, approximately 700 radio & TV interviews - with BBC, Radio Five, Voice of America (English, Mandarin, Urdu, Hindi), CNN, CNBC Asia, CNN-IBN, Xinhua, Radio Jamaica, Geo TV, News X, Aaj Tak, etc.

Since 2001, 250 quotes in frontline international press, including Times (London), NYT, Guardian (UK), Reuters, Associated Press, Liberation (Paris), Council on Foreign Relations, Asia Times, Semana (Colombia), Tribune, Defense Policy Review (Canada), FDA News, Times of India, Daily Times (Pakistan), Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India, etc.

Books

Flights of Fancy or Infancy?: How India’s Young Political Leaders View Cooperation With the United States. New Delhi & London: Sage Publishers, forthcoming 2014, co-author

Engaging India: US Strategic Relations with the World’s Largest Democracy. New York & London: Routledge, 1999, co-editor

Chapters

"India’s Nuclear Strategy," in Toshi Yoshihara & James R. Holmes, eds., Nuclear Strategy in the Second Nuclear Age [Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press], 2012

"The Peacock and the Dragon: A Hesitant Embrace," in Subrata K. Mitra & Bernd Rill, eds., India’s New Dynamics in Foreign Policy, [Munich: Hanns Siedel Foundation, 2006], pp. 51-64.

"India-US Relations," in Subrata K. Mitra & Bernd Rill, eds., India’s New Dynamics in Foreign Policy, [Munich: Hanns Siedel Foundation, 2006], pp. 107-128, co-author

"Globalization and Economic Liberalization in South Asia," in Devin T. Hagerty, ed., South Asia in World Politics [Boulder, CO: Rowan & Littlefield Publishers, 2005], pp. 212-227

"The Strategic Context of Evolving Indo-US Ties," in Satish Kumar, ed., India’s National Security Annual Review 2002 (multi-year volume sponsored by the National Security Council, Government of India) [New Delhi: India Research Press, 2003], pp. 88-114.

"Intangibles, Technology Trade, and India: Challenges in a Knowledge-Based Economy," in Frank-Jürgen Richter and Parthasarathi Banerjee, eds., The Knowledge Economy in India [London & New York: Macmillan-Palgrave, 2003], pp. 197-213, co-author

"South Asia in the Russian Strategic Calculus: Emerging Challenges and Prospects," in Russia’s Security: Politics, Perceptions, and Policies, Proceedings of the Second Conference of the U.S. Department of the Army War College, Carlisle, PA, November 2001

"Understanding the Indian Economic Reforms: Long-Term Trends and Prospects," in Kenneth A. Cutshaw, ed., Corporate Counsel’s Guide to Doing Business in India [Chesterland, OH: Business Laws, Inc, 2001]

"Re-calibrating India’s Relations with China," in Kanti Bajpai and Amitabh Mattoo, eds., The Peacock and the Dragon: India-China Relations in the 21st Century [New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications Pvt. Ltd., 2000], pp.229-250.

"A New Policy for Pakistan," in Kanti Bajpai, Afsir Karim, and Amitabh Mattoo, eds., Kargil and After: Challenges for Indian Policy [New Delhi: Har-Anand Publications Pvt. Ltd., 2000], pp. 164-190, co-author

"Strategic Import of Missiles in Indian Security Policy: Can They Deliver the Goods?" in P. Cotta-Ramusino and M. Martellini, eds., Nuclearization of South Asia: Problems & Solutions (Landau Network-Centro Volta, Italy: UNESCO International School of Science for Peace, October 1999), pp.137-154

"India and the Commonwealth," in J.K. Baral, ed., India and the World (New Delhi: South Asia Publishers, 1993)

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

"India and the NPT: Separating Substantive Facts from Normative Fiction," Strategic Analysis (Institute for Defense Studies and Analysis), 34:2, March 2010, pp. 282-94

"Next Steps after the US-India Nuclear Deal: Assessing the Business and Strategic Opportunities," Strategic Affairs (New Delhi: Center for Advanced Strategic Studies), December 2008, pp. 57-60

"The New Energy in US-India Relationship," Defense and Security Analysis, 22:4, December 2006, pp. 253-372 (co-author)

"India: Toward True Partnership," The Journal of International Security Affairs, Fall 2006, pp. 21-28

"The Strategic Context of India’s Economic Engagement with China," Indian Journal of Economics and Business, Special Issue 2006, pp. 209-228

"US-India Nuclear Negotiations: How Equal and Reciprocal?" USI Journal, January-March 2006, pp. 4-12

"China’s Export Controls: Can Beijing’s Actions Match Its Words?" Arms Control Today, November 2005, pp. 20-25

"Curbing Proliferation from Emerging Suppliers: Export Controls in India and Pakistan," Arms Control Today, September 2003, pp.12-16, co-author

"Understanding the NMD `Derivatives’ for South Asia," Bharat Rakshak Monitor, 4 (1), July-August 2001

"India’s Growing Missile Ambitions: Assessing the Technical and Strategic Dimensions," Asian Survey, Vol. XL, No.2, March/April 2000, pp. 311-341

"Weapons Proliferation and Export Controls in the former Soviet Union: Implications for Strategic Stability in Asia," AccessAsia Review, 3:1, December 1999, co-author

"A Russian Re-Evaluation of the ABM Treaty? Implications for US-Russia Relations and Arms Control in Asia," Disarmament Diplomacy, July/August 1999, pp.2-5

"Russian-Indian Relations: Alliance, Partnership, or ?", Comparative Strategy, 18:2, May 1999, pp. 153-171, co-author

"Russian-Indian Military Technical Cooperation: Implications for Southern Asia," World Affairs, 161:4, Spring 1999, pp. 200-210

"From Russia, A Muted Reaction," The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Special Issue, vol.54, no.4, June 22, 1998, co-author

Reports

"Accelerating Foreign Direct Investments into India," report submitted to Minister of Commerce & Industry, and Minister of Finance, May 2012, co-authored with Senior Economic Advisor to the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India

"Intangible Technology Transfer Regulations: Lessons for India," Policy Brief (Defense Research & Development Organization, Govt. of India), March 2006, co-author

"Nonproliferation Export Controls in India: Update 2005," Report (Carnegie Corporation of New York & Ploughshares Fund), June 2005, co-author

"Export Controls in the People’s Republic of China, 2005," Report (Carnegie Corporation of New York), March 2005 (project director)

"Strengthening Non-Proliferation Export Controls in India and Pakistan," Report, (Ploughshares Fund), September 2003, co-author

"Balancing Trade and Security Imperatives: Implications of the New U.S. Satellite Export Policy," Report, (U.S. Institute of Peace), February 2002, co-author

"Issues before the New Administration: U.S.-India Strategic Relations," Policy Paper, (CITS), January 2001, co-author

"Role of Institutional Networks in Indo-US Cooperation in the 1990s," Report (Rockefeller Foundation), February 1999, co-author

"Indo-US Strategic Cooperation in Advanced Conventional Weapons," Report (Rockefeller Foundation), September 1997, co-author

Op-ed Pieces (select)

"Post-Osama Scenarios," Khabar, June 2011, pp. 22-24

"NSG waiver for India," PacNet #46, September 8, 2008

"Export controls as a witchhunt," India Abroad, September 22, 2006, p. A11

"Understanding Pakistan’s nuclear program and activities," Hindustan Times, July 25, 2006

"Tracking the N-Deal: How NRIs created a pro-deal tide," Hindustan Times, Jun 28, 2006, p.9

"Nuclear Legislation to move forward in US Congress this week," Hindustan Times, June 27, 2006 (p.28, World Pages Section)

"A finely calibrated nuclear deal," PacNet 8B, March 6, 2006 (Pacific Forum CSIS, Hawaii)

"A win-win agreement," Times of India, March 3, 2006

"China’s Merger and Acquisition Mania," Chartered Financial Analyst, Sept. 1, 2005, p. 34

"A nuclear deal whose time has come," India Abroad, August 12, 2005, p. A14, co-author

"Living with the Aftermath: America after September 11, 2001," (in Hindi) BBC (London), Sept. 5, 2002

"Bush administration's South Asia policy analyzed," India Abroad, Feb16, 2001, co-author

"The Bush Presidency & India," The Hindu, December 16, 2000, co-author

"How Fallible Washington is to Pakistan’s Fears and Foibles," Rediff Special, March 13, 2000

"India, Pakistan Must Exercise Care Before Kashmir Erupts," Defense News, June 28, 1999, p.21

Solicited Expert Reviews

External Program Review, Voice of America (6 sets of TV and radio programs; details withheld due to confidentiality requirement), 2006-present

External Grant Review, The Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership [details withheld due to confidentiality requirement], multiple proposals since 2005

External Manuscript Review, Asian Security [details withheld due to confidentiality requirement], multiple article review since 2006

Book Review, "Understanding Emerging Markets: China and India," by Peter Enderwick [New York and London: Routledge, 2007. 249 pp.], Journal of Asian Business (University of Michigan Business School), Spring 2008

Book Review, "Reintegrating India with the World Economy," by T.N. Srinivasan and Suresh D. Tendulkar [Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics, 2003], Journal of Asian Business (University of Michigan Business School), 20:2, 2005, pp. 111-113

External Manuscript Review, Taylor & Francis (book) [details withheld due to confidentiality requirement], December 2005

Book Review, "Development Economics – Nature and Significance," by Syed Nawab Haider Naqvi [New Delhi, Thousand Oaks, London: Sage, 2002] Journal of Asian Studies (Florida State University), 2004

Book Review, "Perspectives on Indo-Pak Nuclear Developments: Implications for Regional Security" [The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research, The Balance of Power in South Asia (Abu Dhabi: 2000)], Journal of Asian Business (University of Michigan Business School), 18:2, 2002

External Grant Review, United States Institute of Peace (proposal) [details withheld due to confidentiality requirement], October 2001