ANDREW M. DORMAN IS A SENIOR LECTURER IN THE Defence Studies, King’s College London based at the United Kingdom’s Joint Services Command and Staff College and an Associate Research Fellow at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House). He is a member of the Governing Councils for the International Security Studies Section of ISA and the International Security and Arms Control Section of APSA as well as founding chair of the Kenneth N. Waltz Dissertation Prize and the British Representative on NATO’s Human and Societal Dynamics Panel. His primary research interests relate to policy and decision-making focusing on British defense and security policy, European security, defense transformation and civil-military relations. His most recent books are Blair’s Successful War (Ashgate, 2009) and War and Diplomacy (Potomac Books, 2008). A former chartered accountant with KPMG, Dr. Dorman has previously taught at the University of Birmingham, where he completed his master’s and doctoral degrees, and the Royal Naval College Greenwich.
JOYCE P. KAUFMAN is Professor of Political Science and Director of the Whittier Scholars Program at Whittier College. Since joining the academic world, Dr. Kaufman has taught primarily in the areas of International Relations and American Foreign Policy. Her primary research interests deal with national and international security. Her recent books on the topic are Women and War: Gender Identity and Activism in Times of Conflict (with Kristen P. Williams) (Kumarian Press, 2010) and Women, the State and War: A Comparative Per-