Clive Smallman

Dr Alan Waring, lead contributor and editor: Originally qualifying as an industrial chemist, he switched mid-career to management and social sciences, involving a PhD on management of change (1993) at Westminster University jointly with Aston Business School. He was an international risk management consultant on a range of corporate, strategic and operational risk issues to government departments, institutions and large corporations 1986-2016 (now retired). More than 80 assignments in 14 countries. Sometime visiting academic roles in Beijing (International Risk Consultant, Tsinghua University 2005-2007), Hong Kong (Adjunct Professor, Centre for Corporate Governance and Financial Policy, HK Baptist University 2006-2008) and Cyprus since 2012 (Visiting Professor, now Adjunct Professor, CERIDES (Centre for Risk and Decision Sciences), European University Cyprus). Appointed Policy & Practitioner Fellow by CARR (Centre for Analysis of the Radical Right) based in London in 2020, and regular contributor of articles to CARR Insight Blog. Waring’s books include The New Authoritarianism Vol 1: A Risk Analysis of the US Alt-Right Phenomenon (2018), The New Authoritarianism Vol 2: A Risk Analysis of the European Alt-Right Phenomenon (2019), Corporate Risk and Governance (2013), Managing Risk (1998, co-authored with Ian Glendon), and Practical Systems Thinking (1996). Over 100 conference and seminar papers in UK, USA, Australia, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Iran and Cyprus. Several hundred articles in the academic, business and popular press. Contributor of The Risk Watch column in Financial Mirror 2004-2018. Interviewed by BBC News, Shanghai TV, IRNN, and FM Online TV.