Professor of International Affairs at Georgetown University and a Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, Charles Kupchan has been lecturing and writing on the subject of International Relationships for practically 30 years, having given classes in universities such as Oxford, Harvard and Princeton. From his previous occupations one can single out his position as Director of the Georgetown Unversity's Mortara Center for International Studies, as Assistant Professor of Politics at Princenton University, as Director for European Affairs on the United States National Security Council and as member of the Policy Planning Staff of the Unites States Department of State. Charles Kupchan is a recognized expert on security issues and is the author of several publications. His latest book is How Enemies Become Friends: the Sources of Stable Peace (2010).

In 2011 Charles Kupchan was a speaker at the panel "Global Threats & Security Challenges" (May, 6th).