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In 1991 Douglas Bond was appointed "director of the Program on Nonviolent Sanctions at Harvard University’s Center for International Affairs. Also, Herbert Kelman, a senior faculty member of the Executive Committee of the Center for International Affairs, has agreed to serve as chairman of the program’s newly formed Advisory Committee. The committee, on which Anne D. Emerson and Robert Paarlberg also serve, will meet quarterly to provide ongoing guidance to the program.
"Dr. Bond succeeds Christopher Kruegler, who became president of the Albert Einstein Institution earlier this year. Bond has been affiliated with the program since 1988. Last March he became the program’s associate director. He was appointed program director in October.
"Prior to his tenure at the Program on Nonviolent Sanctions, Bond was an assistant professor and a research fellow at the Institute for Far Eastern Studies, Kyungnam University, Seoul, Korea. He holds a B.S. in technical communication from the University of Minnesota, and an M.A. in communication and a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. His dissertation, "Alternatives to Violence: An Empirical Study of Nonviolent Direct Action," applied the tools of quantitative analysis to the subject of nonviolent sanctions." 
Resources and articles
- ↑ Nonviolent Sanctions vol. 3, no. 2 Fall 1991, Albert Einstein Institution, accessed January 15, 2011.