Ambassador Robert T. Grey, Jr.
Director, Non-partisan Security Group
Ambassador Robert Grey, Jr. is Director of the Nonpartisan Security Group in Washington, DC. He was the former US Representative to the Conference on Disarmament from 1998-2001.
Ambassador Grey was a Senior Fellow on the Council on Foreign Relations and Counselor for Political Affairs of the US Mission to the United Nations in New York from 1986-1995. He was the Political Advisor to the Supreme Allied Commander at NATO from 1983-1986. He also served as Acting Deputy Director for the Arms Control Agency from 1981-1983. Before holding these posts, Ambassador Grey was the Political-Military Affair’s Bureau Deputy Office Director in the Office of Military Sales and Assistance, Director of the State Departments Office of Advanced Technology, and Executive Assistant to the Undersecretary of State for Political Affairs.
He joined the Foreign Service in 1960 and briefly left the Service to serve as Administrative Assistant to Senator Alan Cranston (D-CA), founder of the Global Security Institute. He continues to serve as a consultant to the State Department and the CIA.
He received a BA from Dartmouth College in 1957 and a JD from the University of Michigan in 1960.
- Interview: https://www.armscontrol.org/act/1998_10/rgoc98
- Conference on Disarmament Statement: https://fas.org/nuke/control/abmt/news/99_089.htm
- Interview in Book: Five to Rule Them All: The UN Security Council and the Making of the Modern World (David L. Boscow, Oxford University Press, 2009)