Bachelor magna cum laude, Harvard University, 1963; postgraduate, University of California, Berkeley postgraduate, Stanford University.
Research assistant, Harvard Economics Research Project, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1963;
research assistant, Center for Economics Research, Athens, 1964;
summer intern, bureau of Budget, Washington, 1966;
instructor strategic studies, Rand Graduate Institute
research economist, strategic analyst, Research and Development Corporation, Santa Monica, California, 1970-1975;
head of economics division, Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 1976-1977;
national intelligence officer for nuclear proliferation, Department Energy, 1977-1979;
director strategic assessments, Department Energy, 1980;
assistant to undersecretary for economics affairs, Department of State, 1981;
fellow, director, Strategic Concepts Development Center, 1981-1983;
founding director Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense U., 1983-1985;
assistant to Sen. Bill Bradley international and security affairs, staff mem.select commission on intelligence, 1985-1993;
assistant secretary of commerce for export enforcement, Department Commerce, Washington, since 1993. Visiting professor economics and East Asian studies Washington University, St. Louis, 1973.
Served with legislation and executive branches of government, since 1976.
Married Gina Helen Eviston, September 23, 1964. Children: Sarah, Naomi.