*Reporter, Christian Science Monitor
*Scholar-in-Residence & Non-Proliferation Program Co-Chair at the Carnegie
Endowment for International Peace in Moscow *Editor-in-Chief, Nuclear Proliferation Journal Carnegie Endowment Moscow Center
*Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (writes on military strategy)
*Former Deputy for Policy Planning, State Deptartment during the Reagan administration
*Ambassador of Lebanon to the United States
*Correspondent, Christian Science Monitor (covering the Organization of Islamic, Doha, Qatar)
*Middle East Correspondent, Time magazine (based in Cairo) *Wrote piece in this week's Timeabout men's opinions in cafes in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
*Passenger on American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Chicago on Oct. 8, 2001 where a mentally disturbed man broke through the cockpit door.
*Bureau Chief The Washington Post based in London *Contributor to NPR's Morning Edition
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