Arnold | Richard
Margrave | Bob
Stewart | Julie
Senior Consultant Bob Stewart was awarded the Distinguished
Service Order for gallantry and leadership while
commanding the British Army in Bosnia in
1992–3. He became a household name as television
pictures of him standing up to war criminals were
flashed around the world.
Bob was promoted to Chief of Policy
and Strategy at Nato’s Military Headquarters
in Europe for his last army appointment, before
leaving the services.
He then moved to Hill and Knowlton
where he worked for clients including the governments
of Canada and Egypt, the Hughes Aircraft Corporation,
American Express and the Paper Federation.
Bob became managing director of the
satellite radio company, WorldSpace UK, before concentrating
on writing, broadcasting, and consultancy. His book,
Broken Lives, about command during the Balkan War,
became a best–seller; he frequently contributes
to tv and radio programmes, and remains personally
involved with the tracking down of war criminals
across the world.
Bob is an industrial fellow at Kingston
University Business School, and a visiting lecturer
at Kings College, London, and the London School