GARY M. STERN is Research Associate at the Center for National Security Studies, where he focuses on the war powers and other issues involving national security and civil liberties. In 1988, he co-authored an article on war powers and covert action in Foreign Policy and the American Civil Liberties Union's amicus curiae brief in Dellums v. Bush, 752 F. Supp. 1141 (D.D.C. 1990).
MORTON H. HALPERIN is a Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and serves as Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Center for National Security Studies. During the course of the war powers project, he was Director of both CNSS and the Washington Office of the American Civil Liberties Union. Among his many books are Self-Determination in the New World Order ( 1992) (with David J. Scheffer), Nuclear Fallacy ( 1987), and Bureaucratic Politics and Foreign Policy ( 1974). In 1988, he co-authored an article on war powers and covert action in Foreign Policy.
ELLEN C. COLLIER is a Specialist in U.S. Foreign Policy in the Foreign Affairs and National Defense Division of the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress. She edits the annual volume Congress and Foreign Policy, published by the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and has followed the War Powers Resolution since its enactment.
LOUIS FISHER is a senior specialist in separation of powers with the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress. His books include President and Congress ( 1972), Presidential Spending Power ( 1975), The Constitution Between Friends ( 1978), The Politics of Shared Power ( 1987), Constitutional Conflicts Between Congress and the President ( 1991), Constitutional Dialogues ( 1988), American Constitutional Law ( 1990), Political Dynamics of Constitutional Law (with Neal Devins, 1992), and a textbook in constitutional law entitled