Oxford Research Group: Associates

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Oxford Research Group: Associates

Accessed October 2007: [1]

  • Ken Aldred - International security analyst; National Council Member, New Zealand Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific
  • Michael Atiyah - Hon. Professor, University of Edinburgh; President, Royal Society (1990-1995)
  • Michael Attenborough - Artistic Director, Almeida Theatre
  • Mustafa Barghouthi - President, Palestinian Medical Relief Society; Director of Health, Development and Information Policy; Secretary General, The Palestinian National Initiative (Al Mubadara)
  • Anthony Barnett - Editor-in-Chief, openDemocracy.net
  • Frans Berkhout - Director, Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  • Jo Berry - Building Bridges for Peace
  • Ken Booth - E.H. Carr Professor and Head of Department, Department of International Politics, The University of Wales, Aberystwyth
  • Jim Bryant - Professor of Strategy Sciences, Sheffield Hallam University; Consultant on Inter-organisational Relationships and Collaborative Strategy
  • Mark Brayne - European Director, Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma, Seattle
  • Samuel Brittan - Columnist, Financial Times; author
  • Alexander Christiani - Ambassador of Austria to the UK
  • Kevin Clements - Director, Australian Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Queensland, Australia
  • Commander Rodney W. W. Craig MInstD MNI RN (Ret.) - Defence Analyst (Maritime), International Institute for Strategic Studies
  • Ann Cryer - MP for Keighly (Labour)
  • Ian Davis - Executive Director, British American Security Information Council (BASIC), London
  • Jayantha Dhanapala - Under-Secretary General for Disarmament, United Nations (1998-2003)
  • Paul Eavis - Director, Saferworld, London
  • David Edgar - Playwright
  • George Farebrother - Secretary, World Court Project UK
  • Trevor Findlay - Associate Professor, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada; former Executive Director, Verification Research, Training and Information Centre (VERTIC), London
  • Lesley Garner - Writer and journalist
  • Haifa Abu Ghazaleh - Regional Programme Director, UNIFEM Arab States Regional Office, Jordan
  • John Gittings - China specialist; former foreign leader-writer, The Guardian
  • Roger Graef - Writer, filmmaker, broadcaster and criminologist
  • Commander Robert Green RN (Ret.) - Co-Coordinator, New Zealand Peace Foundation Disarmament and Security Centre
  • Nick Grief - Steele Raymond Professor of Law and Head of the Institute of Business and Law, Bournemouth University; Barrister, Doughty Street Chambers
  • Steven Haines - Head of Department of Politics and International Relations, Royal Holloway, University of London; Former Naval Officer and member of Ministry of Defence Central Policy and Naval Staffs
  • Canon Christopher Hall - Coordinator, Christian Concern for One World (1990-2000)
  • Brian Hanrahan - Diplomatic Editor, BBC
  • Eirwen Harbottle - Coordinator, Strategies for Peace; Trustee, Peace Child International
  • Commodore Tim Hare RN (Ret.) - Director of Nuclear Policy, UK Ministry of Defence (1999-2001)
  • Right Reverend Richard Harries - Bishop of Oxford
  • Carolyn Hayman - Chief Executive, Peace Direct
  • Lindsey Hilsum - International Editor, Channel 4 News
  • George Joffe - Centre of International Studies, University of Cambridge
  • Elaine Kaye - Trustee, Oxford Peace Research Trust
  • Stuart Kemp - Principal Policy Officer, Manchester City Council; Secretary, Nuclear Free Local Authorities; Co-ordinator, UK Mayors for Peace
  • Tony Kempster - Retired scientist; peace activist and writer
  • Bruce Kent - Founder member, Movement for the Abolition of War
  • Nigel de Lee - Lecturer in Security Studies, University of Hull
  • Sverre Lodgaard - Director, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs
  • Alice Mahon - Labour MP for Halifax (1992-2005); Former Chair, Committee for Security and Co-operation, Parliamentary Assembly of NATO
  • Ron McCoy - President, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW)
  • Chandrika Nath - Professional Policy Analyst
  • Rev. Dr. Vladimir Nikiforov - RC Chaplain and lecturer in ethics, Royal Holloway, University of London
  • Gerry Northam - BBC Correspondent
  • Susie Orbach - Psychotherapist and writer; Visiting Professor, London School of Economics
  • Tony Purton - Journalist, The Officer; Accredited specialist press journalist, Palace of Westminster
  • Niu Qiang - Secretary General, Chinese People's Association for Peace & Disarmanent (CPAPD), Beijing
  • Magnus Ranstorp - Director, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St Andrews
  • Henrik Salander - Secretary-General, Weapons of Mass Destruction Commission (WMDC)
  • Kim Sengupta - The Independent
  • Avi Shlaim - Professor of International Relations, University of Oxford; expert on the Arab-Israeli conflict
  • Clare Short - MP for Birmingham Ladywood (Labour); Secretary of State for International Development (1997-2003)
  • Michael Smith - Defence Correspondent, Sunday Times; author of books on intelligence
  • John Spencer - Retired Professor and former diplomat, involved with development of university departments in 'majority world' countries
  • Jonathan Steele - Senior Foreign Correspondent, The Guardian
  • Tony Voss - Psychotherapist and group facilitator; former ORG researcher
  • Timmon Wallis - Director, Peaceworkers UK
  • Captain G.A.S.C. Wilson RN (Ret.) - Independent strategic analyst; Fellow, Royal United Services Institute; Associate Fellow, Southampton University; Associate Fellow, King's College London

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  1. Board, Patrons and Associates, Oxford Research Group, accessed October 7, 2007.