Dr. Thomas J. Ward is President of the Unification Theological Seminary and Professor of Peace and Development. Recipient of a Fulbright Scholarship and selected as a Visiting Research Fellow at Academia Sinica’s Institute of Modern History in Taipei, Ward’s writings and commentary have appeared in E-International Relations, East Asia Quarterly, Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, Journal of Global Development and Peace, and Washington Times, among other publications. Ward has been a guest lecturer in numerous institutions including the University of New Delhi, the University of Mumbai, the Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing, the University of Lima, and De La Salle University (Manila). Ward was named Distinguished Dean Emeritus in 2019 after eighteen years as Dean of the University of Bridgeport's College of Public and International Affairs.

A Diagnostic that America Does Not Need
A Reflection on Unification Thought, Evil, and Theodicy
Endowed with a Sense of History
New Religions, Cult Experts, and the Media
Rush to History: A Notable Omission in Postmortem Literature on the Cold War
The International Peace Highway: Reflections on its Role for World Peace
The Role of Unification Thought and a UN Peace Council in Solving the Problems of the Middle East
Unification Thought’s Insights into Gandhi’s Approach to Peace