Executive Director of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Cente
Henry D. Sokolski is the Executive Director of the Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, a Washington-based nonprofit organization founded in 1994 to promote a better understanding of strategic weapons proliferation issues among policymakers, scholars and the media. He was appointed by the U.S. Congress to serve on the Commission on the Prevention of Weapons of Mass Destruction Proliferation and terrorism, which filed its final report in December 2008.
Executive director of the Foundation for Democracy in Iran
Timmerman is executive director of the Foundation for Democracy in Iran, an organization that works to support democratic movements in Iran. Kenneth is also a political writer and conservative activist who was the 2012 Republican nominee for U.S. Representative for the newly redrawn Maryland's 8th congressional district, facing the incumbent Chris Van Hollen, a Democrat.
Gen. Wald (U.S. Air Force four-star, retired) was the air commander for the initial stages of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and deputy commander of the U.S. European Command. He was also a participant in the Bipartisan Policy Center’s project on U.S. policy toward Iran, “Meeting the Challenge.”
Mitchel Wallerstein is an American political scientist and the current President of Baruch College, a member of the City University of New York. From 2003 to 2010, he served as dean of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.
Kenneth Neal Waltz is a member of the faculty at Columbia University and one of the most prominent scholars of international relations (IR) alive today. He is one of the founders of neorealism, or structural realism, in international relations theory.
Director of Israel’s Institute for National Security Studies
Amos Yadlin, a former chief of Israeli military intelligence, is the director of Israel’s Institute for National Security Studies. He was also one of eight Israeli fighter pilots who bombed the Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osirak in 1981.