Tom Gregg is an Adviser at the HD Centre and a non-resident fellow at New York University’s Center on International Cooperation (CIC). He most recently served as an Associate Director at the CIC where he led the Afghanistan-Pakistan Regional Project and played a role in supporting the design and development of a framework agreement for regional co-operation between the governments of Afghanistan and its neighbours in South/Central Asia and the Middle East. Prior to joining CIC, Tom served for four years with the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) as Special Assistant to the SRSG and as Head of UNAMA’s Southeast Regional Office. He has worked also worked at the Australian Council for International Development, Australian National University (ANU) and the Pacific Concerns Resource Centre. Tom’s publications include ‘Is a Regional Pact to Stabilize Afghanistan Possible?’ (2010), ‘Caught in the Crossfire: The Pashtun tribes of Southeast Afghanistan’ (2009) and ‘How Ethical is Australia: An Examination of Australia’s Record as a Global Citizen’ (2004). He holds a Master of Arts in International Relations from ANU, where he was a Hedley Bull Scholar, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Victoria University.