Crises in the Balkans: Views from the Participants

By Constantine P. Danopoulos; Kostas G. Messas | Go to book overview

About the Editors and Contributors
TIMOTHY J. BIRCH, a native of the United Kingdom, received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1995. He is the author of several articles on the politics of European defense. Currently he is a Research Associate at the Center for International Studies, University of Missouri-St. Louis.
EDWINA S. CAMPBELL is professor of political science and history at the Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National Defense University. Previously she was a Fulbright Fellow in West Germany ( 1972-1973), a member of the US Foreign Service from 1974-1979, and senior European analyst at Eagle Research Group, Arlington, Virginia, 1987-1994. Campbell writes on European security and defense issues. Her many publications include Germany's Past and Europe's Future and Consultation and Consensus in NATO.
ADEM CHOPANI, a retired military officer and a graduate of the University of Tirana, is currently the national security adviser to the president of Albania. His many articles and chapters focus on civil-military relations and Albanian and Balkan security. Chopani's recent articles have appeared in Balkan Forum and Mediterranean Quarterly.
SHARYL CROSS is associate professor of political science at San Jose State University. From 1994-1996 she was visiting professor of international security and transregional studies at the Air Force University/Air War College at Maxwell AFB. She has published several articles in scholarly journals on Soviet and Russian foreign policy and coedited The New Chapter in United States-Russian Relations: Opportunities and Challenges.
CONSTANTINE P. DANOPOULOS is president of the Research Committee on Armed Forces and Society/IPSA and teaches political science at San Jose State University. He has written extensively on international security,

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