Professor Christopher Andrew

Professor Christopher Andrew
Co-Chair (on sabbatical)
Professor Christopher Andrew is Emeritus Professor of Modern and Contemporary History and founder of the Intelligence Seminar at the University of Cambridge, where he was President of Corpus Christi College from 2000 to 2010. Professor Andrew was also Official Historian of the Security Service (MI5) from 2003 to 2010. He is Honorary Air Commodore of 7006 Squadron (Intelligence) in the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Honorary Professor at Queens University Belfast, former Visiting Professor at the Universities of Harvard (where he was Kaneb Professor of National Security), Toronto and the Australian National University, Chair of the British Intelligence Study Group, Founding Co-Editor of the journal Intelligence and National Security and has presented numerous BBC documentaries. For twelve years he presented the BBC Radio Four series, ‘What If?’ He holds an Honorary Doctorate in Strategic Intelligence from the US National Defense University) and has also been an invited lecturer at foreign intelligence agencies (including, in the USA) CIA, NSA and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. His 18 books (widely translated) include best-selling histories of British, Russian and US intelligence, and their influence on government.

Noted Historian and Emeritus Professor of Modern and Contemporary History, and founder of the Intelligence Seminar at the University of Cambridge.