Advisory Board

Dr. Michael Rainsborough (PhD), Professor of Strategic Theory, Department of War Studies, King’s College, University of London (U.K.)

Col. Gordon Forbes (ret.) (MA in International Relations), York University; NATO Defense College; (Fmr.) Canada’s Defence Attaché to Spain, Italy, Greece, Algeria and Morocco; (Fmr.) SSO National Security Studies and Deputy Director of Air Studies at Canadian Forces Command and Staff College (Canada)

Dr. Mark Kass (PhD), Doctoral Dissertation Chair at University of Phoenix, Member of Council on Foreign Relations, expert contributor to Huffington Post (U.S.)

Willem Smeets (MA in International Relations), Diplomat (ret.) and former Senior Political Advisor to the Commander of NATO Headquarters Naples, Italy; Lecturer: Diplomacy and International Organizations at The Hague University (Netherlands)

Joseph Curry (Lt. res.), Canadian Forces Intelligence Branch, Operation ATHENA, Afghanistan; Team Lead at Scotiabank Global Security Operations Centre. Recipient of Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal (Canada)

Dr. Terry Tucker (PhD), Professor of History, Senior Analyst at the US Department of Defense (DoD), Senior Consultant at Spatial Terra Consulting Group (U.S.)

Dr. Mark Fernando (PhD, Dip Psych, CPD & Associate, Oxford), BSc. Hons (LSE), CME (Harvard), CPD and Fellow (Kent), Expert Adviser in Health and Public Health for International and National Health Organizations and Governments (Canterbury, U.K.)

Clare Lopez (MA in International Relations), Senior Fellow at the Center for Security Policy, Clarion Project and Gatestone Institute; Vice President of the Intelligence Summit; (Fmr.) Operations Officer with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA); (Fmr.) Professor at the Centre for Counterintelligence and Security Studies; (Fmr.) Executive Director of the Iran Policy Committee from 2005-2006; 2011 Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute (U.S.)

Sergei Oudman (MA in International Relations) American Military University, Political Consultant, International Relations, International Law, Conflict Resolution and Security Analyst (Brussels, Belgium)

Ralf R. Zielonka, Lt. Col. (res), German Forces (Bundeswehr), Freelance Security Consultant, Risk Assessment, Risk Analysis and Risk Management (Germany)

Dr. Eve Sariyiannidou (PhD), Researcher: EU Law and Policy at University of Bristol (U.K.); (Frm.) Official Observer at WEU Interparliamentary European Security and Defence Assembly and Government Defence Integrity (Oxford, U.K.)

David Stone (MA and MSc), (Fmr.) British Military and Special Ops Technician, Maritime Security Consultant and Geopolitical Analyst (GR)

Dr. Milorad Krneta (PhD), (Fmr.) Professor at London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Research and Analysis: Econometrics and Statistical Inference in Sociology (Canada)

Capt. Nico Voorbach, President of European Cockpit Association (ECA), Piloting Safety (Brussels, Belgium)

Chuck Brooks (MA in International Relations), Vice President, Client Executive for the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) at Xerox, (Fmr.) Director of Legislative Affairs at the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), (Fmr.) Adjunct Faculty at Johns Hopkins University (U.S.)

Dr. Marc Gartenberg (PhD, ABD), Chief Operating Officer / Chair – Cyber Warfare Centre at The Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science / CSCSS, Information Security and Defense Research (London, U.K., Washington, DC, Middle East), (Fmr.) Diplomat, Director of Global IT Training, US Department of State. (U.S.)

Richard Zaluski (MSc), President and CEO at The Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science / CSCSS, Information Security and Defense Research (London, U.K.)

Dr. John M. Nomikos (PhD), Director of Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS), (Athens, Greece)

Dr. Ioannis Galatas, B.Gen. (ret), MD, CBRNe, Hellenic National Defence General Staff, Head of the Department of Asymmetric Threats at the Intelligence Analysis Branch of Joint Military Intelligence Division (Athens, Greece)

Ioannis Chapsos (PhD Candidate), Capt (ret.) Hellenic Navy, Researcher at Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies, Coventry University (Coventry, U.K.)

Joseph Lerner (M.A. Cand. International Affairs), Analyst and Strategist, (Fmr.) member of Advisory Board at The Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science / CSCSS (London, U.K.); (Fmr.) Senior Analyst and member of Advisory Board at RIEAS  (Greece)