Currently based in London, Alistair brings valuable experience in assessing British domestic terrorism, South-east Asian affairs, and international political risk. His interests are in private security consultancy and threat management. Alistair has written extensively on the rise of radicalisation, terrorism/counter-terrorism, Afghan-Pakistani relations, East Asian diplomacy, and the evolution of South Asian security dynamics. He holds a Master of Arts in Intelligence and International Security from King’s College London, and a Bachelor of Arts in International Politics from King’s College London. Alistair is currently based in London, UK.
Currently based in London, Nicole is Head of PGW’s Western Europe and Americas practices and is Co-Head for the MENA and Sub-Saharan Africa practices. As a specialist in open-source intelligence and foreign policy, Nicole brings valuable international affairs and client relations experience to PGW. Having worked with NATO and the U.S. Departments of State and Defense, she understands the value of diplomacy and strategic planning. She has also written extensively on international security and intelligence, to include: the deployment and effects of disinformation, terrorism, development and globalisation. She received a Master of Arts in Intelligence and International Security from King’s College London, and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and European Studies from the American Military University. Nicole grew up in the United States, has lived in Germany and is currently based in the United Kingdom.
Currently based in Washington D.C., Gregory is Heads of PGW’s Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia practice, and is a Co-Head for the Sub-Saharan Africa practice. As a specialist in open-source intelligence and the history of intelligence in strategic decision-making, he brings a unique perspective and passion for assessing critical security issues. Gregory has written extensively on international security and intelligence, with a specific interest in MENA security issues, the challenges of U.S.-Russian relations, and the changing dynamics of Eurasian security. He holds a Master of Arts in Intelligence and International Security from King’s College London, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Northern Arizona University.