John E. Rielly
"Currently, John E. Rielly is an Adjunct Professor of Political Science at Northwestern University and a Visiting Professor in International Relations at the University of California, San Diego.
"Prior to his current position, Dr. Rielly worked in the Department of Government at Harvard University, and the U.S. Department of State. the United States Senate. He was also a Foreign Policy Assistant to Senator and later Vice President Hubert Humphrey. Dr. Rielly has also been a consultant at the Ford Foundation and National Security Council. He served as the President of the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations from 1971-2001." 
"From 1962-1963 he served in the United States Department of State; from 1963-1969 he was foreign policy assistant to Senator and Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey; from 1969-1970 he was a consultant to the Office of European and International Affairs at the Ford Foundation. He became executive director of The Chicago Council on Foreign Relations in 1971 and president of the Council in 1974. In June 1998, he also became Director of the newly established Konrad Adenauer Program for European Policy Studies at the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations. " 
- Director, American Ditchley Foundation
- Director, Council for a Community of Democracies
- Advisory "Council, Nixon Center
Resources and articles
- John E. Rielly, harrisschool.uchicago, accessed May 12, 2010.