Yossi Alpher is a consultant and writer on Israel-related strategic issues, and is co-editor, with Ghassan Khatib (Minister of Labour in the Palestinian Authority) of http://www.bitterlemons.org, a web-based Israeli-Palestinian political magazine.
Ivan Eland, Senior Fellow and Director of the Center on Peace and Liberty of the Independent Institute
Larry Birns, Director of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs
Professor of Law at University of Texas
Mr. Fam, a U.S. citizen, was born in Alexandria, Egypt, and is a retired engineer.
He has been active in efforts to resolve the Israel- Palestine conflict working with a number of organizations including the Boston Coalition for Palestine, in which he is a member of the steering
committee, and United for Justice and Peace: Israel-Palestine Task Force. He hosts a weekly radio program “This Week in Palestine” broadcast from Boston College over station WZBC.
Christopher Hall, President, American University in Kosovo
John Buell is a political economist who lives in Southwest Harbor, ME. He writes a column for the Bangor Daily News.
Daydreams and Nightmares: Remaking Modern Transportation
Nieman Weekend with Journalists from Brazil, South Africa, Palestine, Colombia, China, Australia, Japan, Albania, Pakistan, Canada, Cameroon
Charles Waterman is the Chief Executive Officer and founding member of Jefferson Waterman International. Before founding JWI, Charles Waterman held several leading positions within the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, Mr. Waterman spent many years living and working overseas in Kuwait, Cairo, Beirut, Amman, and Jiddah.
Maj. Scott Ritter
Maj. Scott Ritter, USMC (Ret.) Chief Weapons
Inspector For the United Nations Special Commission in Iraq
Brook Larmer, Bureau Chief in, Shanghai, Buenos Aires Miami and Hong Kong for Newsweek
John MacGaffin, retired senior CIA officer, current Consultant on International Affairs