ANDREW J. BACEVICH is professor of international relations at Boston University where he also serves as director of the University’s Center for International Relations.
WILLIAM C. BANKS is a member of the faculty of the Syracuse University College of Law and Professor of Public Administration in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. He has published numerous articles, book chapters, and books including National Security Law and the Power of the Purse (Oxford University Press, 1994); Constitutional Law: Structure and Rights in Our Federal System, 4th Ed. (Matthew Bender, 2000); National Security Law, 2d Ed. (Little Brown, 1997). Professor Banks’ current research interests include the creation and implementation of administrative law reforms in China, domestic and international terrorism, emergency powers, war powers, and appropriations powers.
JAMES BLANDIN is Professor of Management, Naval Postgraduate School. Dr. Blandin has been a consultant to the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), the Center for Naval Analysis, the Defense Security Assistance Agency, and the Joint Staff (J-5). During his career at the Naval Postgraduate School, he has held a number of management positions including Executive Director, DRMI (1983–92); Director, Center for CivilMilitary Relations (1992–96); and Dean of Management and Security Studies (1995–97). He is currently a Fellow at Syracuse University’s Maxwell Center for Advanced Public Management where he additionally serves on the Board of Advisors for the National Security Studies Program.