COL. (RET.) ARTHUR TULAK is on the research faculty of Georgia Tech Research Institute, working in the Pearl City Field Office for U.S. Indo-Pacific Command J81. He is the vice president of the Hawaii chapter of the Association of Old Crows, a professional association for electronic warfare and information operations (IO). His military career included 15 years working in IO, in doctrine development and in the field as a staff officer supporting operations in Bosnia, Kosovo and Afghanistan. He has served in various Army, joint and allied headquarters in the Central, European and Indo-Pacific theaters.  Featured on Page 10

MARC JULIENNE graduated from the French National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations, Paris, with a master’s degree in international relations, specializing in Asian studies and Chinese. A Ph.D. candidate, he is a two-year resident associate fellow at the Asia Centre in Paris. His research focuses on China’s security policy, military affairs and foreign policy, among other topics.  Featured on Page 24

CAPT. Robert T. Hendrickson serves as chief, Response Division, 14th Coast Guard District, U.S. Coast Guard, where he oversees daily search and rescue, law enforcement, maritime pollution response and homeland security operations throughout the Western and Central Pacific. A decorated, 37-year U.S. Coast Guard veteran, his assignments ashore include chief instructor at the National Search and Rescue School, deputy chief of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Fisheries Law Enforcement Program and liaison to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, among other posts. Featured on Page 42

MAJ. GEN. JOHN R. BOSWELL, chief of staff of the New Zealand Army, enlisted into the Army in 1984 and has extensive international service. He has deployed on operations with the United Nations in Angola, Timor-Leste and the Middle East and, in April 2010, he deployed to Afghanistan, as the senior national officer and commanding officer of the New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction Team, Bamyan. Boswell received the Distinguished Service Decoration in recognition of his service there. More recently, he served as the head of strategy management (Army, from 2010 to 2012), acting deputy chief of Army (March to June 2012), chief plans officer Joint Force Headquarters (2012 to 2014), and assistant chief Strategic Commitments and Engagement (2016 to February 2018, following attendance at the National Defence College of India).  Featured on Page 46

SAROSH BANA is the executive editor of Business India in Mumbai, India. He writes extensively on defense and security, cyber security, space, energy, environment, foreign affairs, food and agriculture, shipping and ports, and urban and rural development. A Jefferson fellow of the East-West Center (EWC), Hawaii, he is treasurer/secretary on the EWC Association’s board.  Featured on Page 54