MARTIN ANDERSON is a senior fellow of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and was previously associate professor of business at the Graduate School of Business of Columbia University. He served in the White House as a special assistant to President Nixon and as President Reagan's domestic and economic policy adviser. He is the author of The Federal Bulldozer, Welfare, The Military Draft, Conscription, Registration and the Draft, and Revolution.
ALFRED L. ATHERTON, a retired Foreign Service officer, served as deputy assistant secretary ( 1970-74) and assistant secretary of state for Near Eastern and South Asian affairs (1974-78), as ambassador-at-large for Middle East Negotiations ( 1978-79), and as ambassador to Egypt ( 1979-83). Since retiring in 1985, he has been a foundation program director, a visiting professor of international relations at Hamilton College and Mount Holyoke College, and a writer and speaker on Middle East topics.
ALEKSANDR M. BELONOGOV was a Russian diplomat, ambassador, and permanent representative of the former USSR to the United Nations (1986-90). In the years of the Nixon Administration, he was in charge of the U.S.-USSR relations in the Policy Planning Department of the USSR Ministry of Foreign Affairs, helping in preparations for Soviet-American summits. He is the author and co-author of a number of publications on Soviet-American relations and U.S. foreign policy-making.
MARTIN BINKIN is a senior fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies program at the Brookings Institution and formerly taught at the American University and the United States Naval Academy. He has written extensively about defense