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Dr. Arshad M. Khan, Editor, is a former Professor based in the US.  
Educated at King's College London, OSU and The University of Chicago, he
has a multidisciplinary background that has frequently informed his
research.  Thus he headed the analysis of an innovation survey of Norway,
and his work on SMEs published in major journals has been widely cited.  
He was elected a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and a
Chartered Member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers.  He has been a
CPA and CMA in the U.S. as well as a Registered Professional Engineer.  
Over several decades he also contributed occasionally to the press -- his
efforts appearing in print outlets such as The Dallas Morning News, Dawn
(Pakistan), The Fort Worth Star Telegram, The Monitor, The Wall Street
Journal and others.  He has also authored pieces for internet sites like
Antiwar.com, Asia Times, Common Dreams, Counterpunch,
Countercurrents, Dissident Voice, Modern Diplomacy and Telesurtv.net
among many.  His work has been quoted in the U.S. Congress and
published in its Congressional Record.