Colonel Guy Roberts is currently an independent consultant on national security and non-proliferation issues with over thirty-five years of experience in foreign affairs, international organizations, bi-lateral and multilateral negotiations, and international legal matters.
Until August 2011 he was the Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Weapons of Mass Destruction Policy for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) where he was responsible for developing policy on combating the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, missile defense, and overseeing and implementing NATO’s nuclear deterrence policy and posture.
Colonel Roberts also had a distinguished 25-year career in the US Marine Corps, holding a wide range of positions in operations and operations support, negotiations, litigation, and as a policy/legal advisor before retiring with the rank of colonel.
Colonel Roberts received his law degree from the University of Denver, and he holds masters’ degrees in international law from Georgetown University, in international relations from the University of Southern California, and in strategic studies from the Naval War College. Colonel Roberts has written extensively on nonproliferation, arms control, terrorism, and law of war issues.