Wade Huntley, Ph.D.
Dr. Wade L. Huntley is the Program Director at the Simons Centre for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation Research, in the Liu Institute for Global Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. Previously he was Associate Professor at theHiroshima Peace Institute in Hiroshima, Japan, and Director of the Global Peace and Security Program at the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development in Berkeley, California. He received his doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley Department of Political Science in 1993, has taught at several universities, and has published work on US strategic policies, East and South Asian regional security, and international relations theory. Recent publications include the co-edited volume, Nuclear Disarmament in the 21st Century (Hiroshima Peace Institute, 2004); “Ostrich Engagement: The Bush Administration and the North Korea Nuclear Crisis,” The Nonproliferation Review 11:2 (Summer 2004); “Unthinking the Unthinkable: U.S. Nuclear Policy and Asymmetric Threats,” Strategic Insights 3:2 (February 2004) “Sit Down and Talk,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, July/August 2003; “Staying Serious: Answers to the Warniks,” Foreign Policy in Focus (May 28, 2003); and “Missile Defense: More May be Better – for China,” The Nonproliferation Review 9:2 (Summer 2002).