Dr. Tony Klug is "an international relations specialist who has been writing about the Middle East for many years. In a Fabian pamphlet published in January 1973 he called for a two-state solution. In a second Fabian pamphlet four years later he advocated a unilateral Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank. He has been a member of the editorial board of New Outlook, a trustee of the International Centre for Peace in the Middle East, co-founder and co-chair of the Council for Jewish-Palestinian Dialogue in the UK and, professionally, he has served as head of international development at Amnesty International. He developed this current proposal in conjunction with the UK-based Middle East Policy Initiative Forum." 
"Dr Tony Klug, a veteran writer and analyst on the Middle East, is Vice-Chair of the Arab-Jewish Forum and a board member of the Palestine-Israel Journal. For many years he worked at the international secretariat of Amnesty International. In June 2007, The Fabian Society published his acclaimed essay How Peace Broke Out in the Middle East: A Short History of the Future." 
- Middle East Policy Initiative Forum (MEPIF)— Board Member 
- Board of Sponsors, Palestine-Israel Journal 
- Special Advisor, Oxford Research Group 
- Tony Klug, An international protectorate for the West Bank and Gaza strip?, Chicago Peace Now, May 2003.