James M. Dorsey, PhD, is an expert on Geopolitics with an emphasis on China, India, Eurasia, and the Middle East, as well as on Sports Governance and the relationship between sports and politics.
Dr. Dorsey is a senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University, a syndicated columnist, and the author of the blog, The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer.
For several decades, Dr. Dorsey served as a foreign correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Financial Times based in Asia, the Middle East, and the Americas, and has been a university-based analyst for the last ten years. He is widely published and consulted by governments, financial institutions, corporations and political risk companies and departments. He is a two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, as well as a finalist in several other award competitions.
Dr. Dorsey is a member of the Pre-Goals Advisory Council to the Emir of Qatar, a member of the Advisory Conference on Building World Class Stadiums, and a member of the Advisory Board European Water Partnership.
Consulting Services - Dr. Dorsey's ideal client engagement includes consultation with governments, financial institutions, corporations, and political risk companies with respect to geopolitics in his regions of study, and specifically on:
Dr. Dorsey is also available to consult where sports and politics are at issue internationally.
Riki Ellison, one of the top Missile Defense Experts in the World, is Founder and Chairman of MDAA. He received his degree from the University of Southern California, including a Certificate in Defense and Strategic Studies. Mr. Ellison has more than twenty five years of experience as an advocate for the Deployment and Development of a Missile Defense System for missiles of all ranges. He has become an expert on the issue and is the Premier Spokesperson on the Nation’s Missile Defense Program.
Mr. Ellison was hired by the United Missile Defense Company in 1997, and was responsible for marketing and the business development for the lead systems integrator of the National Missile Defense System which was a requirement of the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization.
During the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on 9/11, in 2001, Ellison founded and developed the business strategy that would later become Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance in conjunction with the United States withdrawal from the anti-ballistic missile treaty and the decision by the President of the United States to deploy missile defense systems.
Mr. Ellison is a former NFL Football Player and three-time Super Bowl Champion who is a seasoned Public Speaker on the topics of Missile Defense, Defense, Football and Motivation.
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