G. Jonathan Greenwald
US-appointed Member of the Claims Committee from 2006 to 2017.
Vice President of the International Crisis Group, Washington D.C. (since 2001). Responsible for overseeing the Crisis Group’s global conflict prevention reporting and research activities. 1964 Princeton University (BA, History), 1968 Harvard Law School (LLB). 1998–1999 Visiting Professor of Diplomacy at Lawrence University (USA). 1968–1969 Legal Advisor at the US Department of Defense; 1969–1997 US Department of State employee (Department of State) and US delegate to numerous international conferences, including CSCE conferences in Geneva/Helsinki 1973–1975, Belgrade 1977–1978 and Madrid 1980–1981. Diplomat in Berlin, Budapest and Brussels (European Union). 1999–2000 responsible for foreign policy issues in Senator Bill Bradley’s presidential campaign. Author of Berlin Witness: An American Diplomat’s Chronicle of the East German Revolution (1993) and numerous articles on foreign policy issues in journals (Foreign Policy, The Washington Quarterly) and daily newspapers (Financial Times, Los Angeles Times, etc.).