Dr. Ted R. Bromund is the Senior Research Fellow in Anglo-American Relations in the Margaret Thatcher Center for Freedom at The Heritage Foundation. He received his PhD in British history from Yale University in 1999. He served as Associate Director of International Security Studies at Yale University until 2008. He is a columnist for Newsday, and a regular contributor to many other outlets. He has written and been quoted widely on issues related to Interpol, and has served as an expert witness in cases of Interpol abuse in the U.S. federal court system.