Nader is a Visiting Professor of Politics at di Tella University in Buenos Aires. He and his family moved to Argentina from India because his wife took up a post as Director of the British Council for the Americas. He was born in Iran, but as a young child moved to Britain which has been his home ever since. As well as being an academic across three continents, he has been a TV journalist, a Justice of the Peace, and elected Mayor in the UK. He is father to three wonderful sons, and in his spare time, he enjoys listening to the BBC World Service, solving The Guardian cryptic crossword, reading Modern European detective fiction, and following the trials and tribulations of Tranmere Rovers Football Club.
Ashima Goyal, Emeritus Professor at IGIDR, Mumbai, is widely published in institutional and open economy macroeconomics, international finance and governance, with books and articles with major referred publishers. She…More Info
Christopher Kloeble is an award-winning scriptwriter and the author of three novels, a short story collection and a memoir. He has taught at Dartmouth College, Georgetown University, Cambridge University…More Info
David Polonsky was born in Kiev, USSR, and moved to Israel at the age of eight. He is a graduate of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem,…More Info
Professor Jane Ohlmeyer, MRIA, FTCD, FRHistS, is Erasmus Smith’s Professor of Modern History (1762) at Trinity College Dublin. She was the founding Head of the School of Histories and…More Info