Jamie F. Metzl is a Director for Multilateral and Humanitarian Affairs at the National Security Council, where he chairs the interagency working group on International Public Information (IPI). The IPI working group has carried out a broad assessment of a U.S. international information capabilities, run IPI efforts for Iraq, Kosovo, Rwanda, and terrorism, and drafted a Presidential Decision Directive on IPI. Dr. Metzl served for two years as a UN Human Rights Officer in the UNTAC peace mission in Cambodia, where he helped establish a national system for human rights enforcement. Metzl is the author of the book Western Responses to Human Rights Abuses in Cambodia: 1975-1980 (St. Martin’s Press, 1997), as well as numerous articles in law and international affairs journals. Recent publications of note include “Information Intervention” (Foreign Affairs, November/December 1997), “Rwandan Genocide and the International Law of Radio Jamming” (American Journal of International Law, Vol. 91, 1997), and “Information Technology and Human Rights” (Human Rights Quarterly, November 1996). Metzl, a former White House Fellow, was selected as a Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow.