David Bosco is a contributing writer at Foreign Policy magazine and assistant professor at American University’s School of International Service. He is currently writing a book on the U.N. Security Council. He was senior editor at Foreign Policy between 2004 and 2006. More.
William J. Durch is a senior associate at the Henry L. Stimson Center in the Future of Peace Operations Program. Prior to joining the Center in 1990, he served in the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. Since joining Stimson, he has been seconded as a Scientific Advisor to the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency and served as Project Director for the United Nations Panel on UN Peace Operations (the Brahimi Report). He also serves as a consultant to the multinational Challenges of Peacekeeping project and directly for the United Nations on projects focused on improving the effectiveness of peacekeeping at headquarters and in the field. More.
Mark Goldberg is a senior contributor to American Prospect and UN Dispatch and a writer in residence at the United Nations Foundation. More.
Blake Hounshell is Web editor at Foreign Policy. He edits FP’s blog, Passport, and Web exclusives for ForeignPolicy.com. More.
Tod Lindberg is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and editor of Policy Review, Hoover’s Washington, D.C.–based bimonthly journal of essays, social criticism, and reviews on politics, government, and foreign and domestic policy. He is also the author of of The Political Teachings of Jesus, a close reading of Jesus’s Gospel statements about worldly affairs. More.
Mark Malan is the Peacebuilding Program Officer at Refugees International. He also serves as the Executive Coordinator for the Partnership for Effective Peacekeeping. From 2004 to 2006, he headed the Conflict Prevention, Management, and Resolution Department at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Center. He also served for 20 years in the South African military, where he attained the rank of lieutenant colonel and held a variety of posts, including senior lecturer in Political Science at the South African Military Academy. More.
Eric Reeves is a professor of English Language and Literature at Smith College. He has spent the past nine years working full-time as a Sudan researcher and analyst, publishing extensively both in the US and internationally. His book about Darfur, A Long Day’s Dying: Critical Moments in the Darfur Genocide was published in May 2007. More.