Alexander George, deceased. (Distinguished Fellow, 1990-92)
Professor Emeritus of International Relations, Stanford University | "Bridging the Gap: Theory and Practice in Foreign Policy."
Mark Hoffman (Peace Fellow)
Lecturer in International Relations, London School of Economics, and Director, Centre for the Analysis of Conflict, University of Kent | "How Third-Party Mediation Can Help Solve Conflicts in the Developing World."
Ruth Lapidoth (Peace Fellow)
Professor of Law, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem | "Autonomy: Flexible Solutions to Ethnic Conflicts."
Yuri Maltsev (Peace Fellow)
Department of Economics, Carthage College | "Easing the Trauma of the Soviet Union's Transition to a Market-Based Economy."
Cynthia McClintock (Peace Fellow)
Professor of Political Science, George Washington University | "Revolutionary Movements in Latin America: El Salvador's FMLN and Peru's Shining Path."
Vernon Mendis, deceased. (Peace Fellow)
Former Permanent Representative of Sri Lanka to the United Nations | "How the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Can Assist with Conflict Management in the Region."
John Menzies (Peace Fellow)
Former Ambassador of the United States to Bosnia | "The Dayton Peace Agreement and Balkan Regional Stability."
Mancur Olson, deceased. (Distinguished Fellow)
Formerly Professor of Economics, University of Maryland | "The Causes of International Conflict and Cooperation."
Indar Rikhye, deceased. (Visiting Distinguished Fellow)
Founder and President, International Peace Academy | "Making UN Peacekeeping More Effective."
Eugene Rostow, deceased. (Distinguished Fellow, 1990-92)
Formerly Dean, School of Law, Yale University; Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs; and Director of the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency | "Aggression and Self-Defense."
Vadim Udalov (Visiting Fellow)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Russian Federation | "Natural Interest in International Politics: The Case of Soviet-U.S. Relations in the Post-Cold War Era.”
John Zhao (Peace Fellow)
School of International Service, American University | "China's Foreign Policy and Its Implications for the Future."
Charles Glaser (Peace Fellow)
Harris Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Chicago | "Arms Races and the Probability of War."
Chester Crocker (Distinguished Fellow)
Schlesinger Professor of Strategic Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University; Chair, U.S. Institute of Peace Board of Directors | "The U.S. Role in Peacemaking in Southwestern Africa."
Hurst Hannum (Peace Fellow)
Associate Professor, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University | "The Right to Self-Determination and its Role in Ethnic and Religious Conflicts."
Mark Katz (Peace Fellow)
Professor of Government and Politics, George Mason University | "Soviet-American Conflict Resolution in the Third World."
Herbert Kelman (Distinguished Fellow)
Center for International Affairs, Harvard University | "Applying Collective Problem Solving to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict."
Jamsheed Marker (Distinguished Fellow)
Diplomat in Residence, Eckerd College | "The Negotiations Leading to the Geneva Agreement on the Withdrawal of Soviet Forces from Afghanistan."
David H. P. Maybury-Lewis, deceased. (Distinguished Fellow)
Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University | "Ethnicity in the Americas: The Indian Question"
Herman Nickel (Distinguished Fellow)
Former U.S. Ambassador to South Africa | "Political Conflict, Economic Interdependence, and Peace in Southern Africa."
Barnett Rubin (Peace Fellow)
Director of Studies, Center of International Cooperation, New York University | "Afghanistan Since the Soviet Withdrawal: International Aid, Reconstruction, and Civil Conflict."
Eugene Shirley (Peace Fellow, 1989-91)
President, Pacem Productions Inc., Los Angeles | "A Comparative and Historical Analysis of Communist States and Parties Since the Bolshevik Revolution."
Milan Svec (Peace Fellow, 1989-91)
Former Czech diplomat | "Gorbachev's Domestic and Foreign Policy Reforms and Soviet-U.S. Relations."
Ibrahim Wani (Peace Fellow)
Africa Center for Strategic Studies | "International Adjudication and Other Alternative Modes for Managing International Conflict."
Walter Wink (Peace Fellow)
Professor of Biblical Interpretation, Auburn Theological Seminary | "The Effectiveness of Nonviolent Strategies for Social Change, and the Biblical Roots of a Nonviolent Philosophy."