Alexander MacLeod, BA (Hons), University of New Zealand. He has had 40 years of practical experience in broadcasting and print journalism. In New Zealand he was editor-in-chief of the NZ Listener and president of the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs. In Britain he has served as foreign editor of The Sunday Times (London), diplomatic editor of The Scotsman (Edinburgh), and British Isles correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor (Boston). For five years he was editor of the London-based Round Table Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs. He has more than 20 years of experience as a news presenter on BBC Radio, including nearly 10 years as presenter on “Twenty-Four Hours” for the BBC World Service, and for fifteen years he anchored BBC Radio Four’s “World Tonight” program. As a roving documentary-maker in the United States, Europe and Asia he has made many programs for the BBC.