About the Contributors
ENRIQUE A. BALOYRA is a professor of political science and former dean of the Graduate School at the University of Miami. He has published widely on Central America and the Caribbean Basin. His best-known works are El Salvador in Transition and (with John Martz) Political Attitudes in Venezuela: Societal Cleavages and Public Opinion. He is co-editor (with James A. Morris) of a forthcoming book on Conflict and Change in Cuba.
STEPHEN BLANK is a national security affairs research professor at the Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College. He has published numerous articles on the Soviet military and on Soviet policy in the Third World in journals such as Orbis, Conflict, Comparative Strategy and Asian Survey. He is the author of a forthcoming book on Stalin's Soviet Commissariat of Nationalities and editor of The Soviet Military and the Future.
MARK FALCOFF is a professor at the American Enterprise Institute. Among his books on Latin America are Modern Chile: A Critical History and the volumes he has edited with Robert Royal, Crisis and Opportunity: U.S. Policy in Central America and the Caribbean and The Continuing Crisis; and with Howard Wiarda, The Communist Challenge in the Caribbean and Central America.
DAMIAN J. FERNANDEZ is an associate professor of international relations and director of the Graduate Program in International Studies at Florida International University. He is the editor of a recent book, Cuban Studies Since the Revolution.
GILLIAN GUNN is a professor of political science at Georgetown University and formerly a senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for Inter-

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