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Chris Albon is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at the University of California, Davis, where he specializes in international relations, statistical analysis, public health, and armed conflict, subjects he writes regularly about at War & Health. [READ POSTS]

Matt Armstrong is co-founder and principal of Armstrong Strategic Insights Group, where he advises on public diplomacy and strategic communication, subjects he writes about regularly at MountainRunner. [READ POSTS]

John Matthew Barlow, Ph.D., is Co-Director of CTlab and is Senior Editor at CTlab’s flagship weblog, the Review. He is Associate Professor of History at John Abbot College in Montreal. He writes at Spatialities. [READ POSTS]

Christian Bleuer is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Australian National University's Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies, The Middle East and Central Asia. He writes regularly on Afghanistan affairs at Ghosts of Alexander, and runs The Afghanistan Analyst. [READ POSTS]

Charli Carpenter is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Massachussetts, Amherst, editor of Born of War: Protecting Children of Sexual Violence Survivors in Conflict Zones (Kumarian Press, 2007), and the author of Innocent Women and Children: Gender, Norms, and the Protection of Civilians (Ashgate, 2006). [READ POSTS]

Jeffrey Carr writes on intelligence issues related to Web 2.0, unrestricted warfare, and security informatics at the IntelFusion blog. [READ POSTS]

Andrew Conway is a doctoral candidate in Political Science at New York University, working on problems at the interface of social science, mathematics, and computer science. He blogs at Zero Intelligence Agents. [READ POSTS]

Dave Dilegge is Principal and Editor-in-Chief of the Small Wars Journal. [READ POSTS].

Stephen D.K. Ellis is Senior Researcher at the Africa Studies Centre, University of Leiden, and the author of several well known books on conflict and crisis in Africa, including The Mask of Anarchy: The Destruction of Liberia and the Religious Dimension of an African Civil War (NYU Press, 1999; Hurst & Co Publishers, 2006). [READ POSTS]

Antonio Giustozzi is Research Fellow at the Crisis States Research Centre, London School of Economics, and the author of Koran, Kalashnikov, and Laptop: The Neo-Taliban Insurgency in Afghanistan (Hurst & Co. Publishers, 2007). [READ POSTS]

Craig Hayden, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of International Communication in the School of International Service, American University. He writes at Intermap, the website of the International Media Argument Project. [READ POSTS]

Michael A. Innes is  founder and director of CTlab. Based in Brussels and London, he is a researcher and writer working on spatial culture and conflict in international relations. [READ POSTS]

Geoff Manaugh is senior editor at Dwell Magazine and the author of BLDGBLOG, where he writes architectural conjecture, landscape speculation, and urban futures. [READ POSTS]

Brigitte L. Nacos , Ph.D., teaches at Columbia University and is the author of several books on media and terrorism, the most recent of which is Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Understanding Threats and Responses in the Post-9/11 World, published by Longman in July 2005. Her regular blog is Reflectivepundit. [READ POSTS]

Eric Randolph is CTlab's London Editor. He is a journalist and security analyst with a well known defence publisher based in London, with particular interest in terrorism, insurgency, and popular culture. [READ POSTS]

Mark Safranski is a teacher and educational consultant, and an adviser to a private internet platform company, Conversationbase, LLC. He contributes to a number of online media vehicles, including Progressive Historians, Chicago Boyz, and Pajamas Media. His home blog is Zenpundit.com. [READ POSTS]

Tim Stevens is a reseacher at King's College London. His research interests interests include terrorism, insurgency, virtualisation, new media and communications technology. His personal weblog is Ubiwar. [READ POSTS]

Michael Tanji is a former senior member of the U.S. intelligence community and a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute. He writes at Haft of the Spear, Wired Magazine's Danger Room, and other outlets. [READ POSTS]

Marc W.D. Tyrrell, Ph.D., is based at the Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies, Carleton University, and is Associate Researcher at ICAN, University of Technology, Sydney. He blogs at In Harmonium. [READ POSTS]

Brian Glyn Williams is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Massachussetts, Dartmouth, and the author The Crimean Tatars: The Diaspora Experience and the Forging of a Nation (Brill, 2001). [READ POSTS]