Professor Dennis Gormley served for 10 years in the US intelligence community, 20 years as a senior officer and board member of Pacific-Sierra Research Corporation focusing on international security, arms control, and weapons proliferation, and 10 years as a senior fellow with US and internationally prominent think tanks. Currently, he is a faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public and International Affairs and a senior research fellow at the university’s Matthew B. Ridgway Center for International Security Studies. He serves on various advisory committees in Washington, D.C. dealing with nuclear arms control, the use of armed drones, and the consequences of their proliferation. Professor Gormley was recently asked to serve for three years as one of 21 commissioners—seven each from the US, Germany, and Russia—overseeing the work of the “Deep Cuts Commission,” an international nongovernmental body charged with studying the challenges of achieving deep cuts in global nuclear arsenals. Professor Gormley has testified before Congress many times, and consulted for the RAND Corporation, Sandia National Laboratories, the Brookings Institution, among others. As well as authoring four books, he is the author of many journal articles, book chapters, and op-eds on international security issues.