Jenik Radon is an adjunct professor at the School of Public and International Affairs, Columbia University. He teaches in the area of sustainable natural resource development and focuses on risk and strategic management, including environment, minority rights, and anticorruption. Radon has served as a Fulbright Specialist at the Law School of Makerere University, Uganda, and has taught at Stanford University’s law and business schools; Indira Gandhi Institute for Development Research in Mumbai, India; Monterrey Tech, Queretaro, Mexico; and Externado University in Bogota, Colombia. He also practices law with Radon Law Offices, a boutique international law firm. Mr. Radon has been awarded Estonia’s Order of the Cross Terra Mariana and Georgia’s highest civilian award, the Order of Honor. Radon presently advises public authorities and civil society in a number of emerging nations around the world and is the author of Walk Tall! A Beautiful Tomorrow for Emerging Nations (Paradise Publishing Haus Ltd., Papua New Guinea, 2018, published in connection with the 2018 APEC conference).