Sohail Abdul Nasir is an Islamabad-based journalist. He writes on foreign policy matters, regional security issues and the war on terrorism.
Zainul Abid is an expert on Middle-East and Asia-Pacific region based in New Delhi, India.
Mariam Abou Zahab is a Researcher and Pakistan Specialist, Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Internationales (CERI).
Brian Adeba is an associate with the Security Governance Group in Kitchener, Canada.
Mohammad Ahmad is an independent analyst based in Zarqa, Jordan.
Salimjon Aioubov is a Senior Broadcaster with RFE/RL’s Tajik Service.
Chris Alden, Ph.D., is the Director of the China in Africa Project at SAIIA and author of the book, China in Africa (Zed 2007).
Farhana Ali is an Associate International Policy Analyst at the RAND Corporation. She has done extensive research on jihadist networks and religious extremism.
Anes Alic is the Executive Director of ISA Consulting, www.isaintel.com.
Victoria Almas is a regional expert on Uzbekistan and Central Asia.
Feyza Altindag is a specialist in East European and Turkish affairs.
Alex An is a retired Colonel in the ROC (Taiwan) Army
David An is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at George Washington University and a former Fulbright Scholar.
is the Executive Director of the Georgian NGO Democracy Resources Development Center. He has written extensively on Georgian domestic and foriegn politics.
Dr. Alessandro Arduino is co-director of the Security & Crisis Management Program at the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences – UNITO.
Stephen Armitage is a former DOD analyst, US expat and researcher primarily focused on Chinese information operations and emerging tech.
John Arterbury is a Washington, DC-based security consultant who recently served as a Fellow for Georgetown University’s Global Futures Initiative focusing on international security.
Margarita Assenova is a Senior Fellow at The Jamestown Foundation. She is a regular contributor to the Jamestown publication Eurasia Daily Monitor on political and energy security developments in... MORE
Leah Averitt was previously a Research Fellow in the Strategic Research Department at the U.S. Naval War College.
Hekmatullah Azamy is a research analyst at the Centre for Conflict and Peace Studies (CAPS), a think tank in Kabul.