Juan Carlos Monedero is Professor of Political Sciences at the Complutense University of Madrid and Research Co-ordinator at the Centro Internacional Miranda in Caracas, and a collaborator with the New Politics Programme.
Manuel Perez Rocha is an Associate Fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies, and regular contributor to TNI's Alternative Regionalisms programme who has been associated with TNI since 1996 when he began work on EU-Latin America relations.
Chaohua Wang was a member of the standing committee of the Beijing Autonomous Association of College Students in the spring of 1989, and after 4 June was on the Chinese government’s most-wanted list. She has frequently participated in TNI events on the emergence of China onto the global stage.
Brian Ashley has been an activist for many years in South Africa and is editor of Amandla magazine. He was former director of the Alternative
Information and Development Centre, a partner organisation of TNI.
Denis Halliday is part of TNI/Dag Hammarskjold's UN reform project, and a former UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Iraq who resigned in protest at sanctions which he condemned as "genocide." He continues to be active on Middle Eastern affairs promoting peace and justice in the region.
Peter Weiss, a vice-president of the Center for Constitutional Rights, was present at the creation of The Transnational Institute, is an ex fellow, and is a member of TNI's International Advisory Board.
On 02-04-2014 Peter Weiss was celebrated for his contributions to nuclear disarmament and the international rule of law. Find the tributes here.
Janet is co-director of the Sustainable Energy and Economy Network at the Institute for Policy Studies, where she provides analysis of the international financial institutions’ energy investment and carbon finance activities.
Michael Klare is a professor of Peace and World Security Studies at Hampshire University, a renowned analyst on oil politics and US defence policy and was TNI's first Phd graduate when TNI used to run an academic programme through a virtual US university.
Nina Brenjo joined TNI as communications manager in 2009. She regularly scans the global coverage of issues relevant to TNI’s work and is primarily responsible for media outreach and the promotion of TNI books....
Richard Falk is a former IPS/TNI fellow, an American professor emeritus of international law at Princeton University, writer, and appointee to two United Nations positions on the occupied Palestinian territories. UN Special Rapporteur for the occupied Palestinian territories.
Zia Mian is a research scientist with the programme on science and global security, based at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. He is a columnist of Foreign Policy in Focus, and contributor to TNI's Militarism and Globalisation project
David Fig is a South African environmental sociologist, political economist, and activist. He holds a PhD from the London School of Economics, and specializes in questions of energy, the extractive industries, and corporate accountability. He chairs the board of Biowatch South Africa, which is concerned with food sovereignty and sustainable agriculture, and works closely with various...