Contributors to this Volume
Zbigniew Brzezinski was President Jimmy Carter's National Security Adviser and is presently Professor of American Foreign Policy at Johns Hopkins.
Douglas F. Garthoff, a former senior CIA officer who served in the Directorate of Intelligence, is an adjunct professorial lecturer at American University in Washington, DC.
Raymond L. Garthoff, a guest scholar at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC, is a prolific author on Soviet affairs and former US Ambassador to Bulgaria.
Donald P. Steury, visiting professor at the University of Southern California in 2001, is a senior historian on the CIA History Staff at the Center for the Study of Intelligence.
Jack Matlock, George Kennan Professor at Princeton University's Institute for Advanced Study, is a former US Ambassador to the USSR.
John E. McLaughlin is the current Deputy Director of Central Intelligence (DDCI).
James H. Noren is a retired senior economic analyst at CIA and co-author of Soviet Defense Spending: A History of CIA Estimates, 1950-1990 (College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1998).
Clarence E. Smith, a senior industry executive with Space Applications Corporation and Emergent Information Technologies, Inc., is a former Vice Chairman of the Committee on Imagery Requirements and Exploitation and a former Special Assistant to the Director of Central Intelligence.
James R. Schlesinger is a former DCI, Secretary of Defense, and Secretary of Energy.
George J. Tenet is the current Director of Central Intelligence (DCI).
Vladimir G. Treml, Professor Emeritus at Duke University, a Russian-born economist, co-directed the Duke University-University of North Carolina Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European studies.