Marc J. Sievers, a career member of the senior foreign service with the rank of minister-counselor, is the Diplomat-in-Residence at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Mr. Sievers is the first person to be appointed to this one-year position, which is a collaborative program with the U.S. Department of State.
Ambassador James F. Jeffrey is the Philip Solondz distinguished visiting fellow at The Washington Institute where he focuses on U.S. strategies to counter Iran's efforts to expand its influence in the broader Middle East.
Michael Eisenstadt is the Kahn Fellow and director of The Washington Institute's Military and Security Studies Program.
Michael Knights is a Boston-based Lafer fellow of The Washington Institute, specializing in the military and security affairs of Iraq, Iran, and the Persian Gulf states.
Ambassador Dennis Ross is the William Davidson Distinguished Fellow and counselor at The Washington Institute.
David Pollock is the Kaufman Fellow at The Washington Institute, focusing on regional political dynamics and related issues.