Dr. Pamela Falk Pamela Falk is a Distinguished Lecturer at Hunter College, where she teaches American Government, International Law, Model United Nations & American foreign policy courses; she is a the Faculty Mentor and Director of the Roosevelt Scholars program, a Faculty Associate of the Roosevelt House and on the Human Rights Faculty. Prof. Falk is the faculty advisor for Hunter College’s Model U.N. Team and was recently elected to the Advisory Council of the National Model U.N. – New York and is on the International Advisory Board, Public Diplomacy Magazine, Center on Public Diplomacy, Annenberg School of International Relations of the University of Southern California. Professor Falk is the CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst and a U.N. Resident Correspondent. From the U.N., Dr. Falk reports on air for CBS TV & Radio and writes columns at www.cbsnews.com. Dr. Falk’s career has involved work in academics, international organizations, for the U.S. government on Capitol Hill, and the private sector and she has written and edited six books on international relations and American government and is a frequent panelist on Human Rights & Humanitarian Law panels at the United Nations. Her most recent article is, “International Humanitarian Law in the Age of Technology: Humanitarian Intervention, Asymmetrical Warfare & Predator Drones,” Public Diplomacy Magazine, Annenberg School, University of Southern California (2012) She received her J.D. from Columbia University School of Law and her Ph.D. from New York University.