President and Founder of the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS)
Con to the question "Should the US Have Attacked Iraq?"
"The Bush administration used questionable intelligence information to build a case for war against Iraq. The past cannot be changed, but the administration, the intelligence community, and Congress have a responsibility to undertake a thorough, nonpartisan evaluation of what happened and institute procedures that can prevent recurrences. Such an investigation is critical to reestablishing the honesty and credibility of the intelligence process."
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Involvement and Affiliations:
President and Founder, Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS)
Former Senior Staff Scientist, Federation of American Scientists
Member, Health Advisory Panel, 1990-2001
Cooperated with the IAEA Action Team, focusing on analyses of Iraqi documents and past procurement activities, 1992-1997
First non-governmental inspector of the Iraqi nuclear program, 1996
Appointed to the Department of Energy Openness Advisory Panel, 1996
Olive Branch Award recipient for a series of articles he wrote w/ Mark Hibbs, on the Iraqi nuclear weapons program for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1992
Teacher of Physics, George Mason University, early 1980s
Member, Research Staff, Princeton University's Center for Energy and Environmental Studies
Served as a consultant / contractor to the Environmental Policy Institute, the Congressional Research Service, the International Task Force on Prevention of Nuclear Terrorism, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and the International Atomic Energy Agency