ALAN D. BEYERCHEN is an associate professor of history at Ohio State University, and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. A former Army captain, he is a specialist in German history and science. His Scientists Under Hitler received a Choice award as an Outstanding Book of 1977. In 1992, Dr. Beyerchen authored "Clausewitz, Nonlinearity, and the Uncertainty of War."

ZBIGNIEW BRZEZINSKI is Counselor for the Center for Strategic and International Studies and Professor of American Foreign Policy at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. From 1977 to 1981, Dr. Brzezinski served as national security advisor to the President of the United States.

MURRAY GELL-MANN is a Nobel Laureate in Physics. He is a professor at the Santa Fe Institute and co-chairman of the Science Board. He is also affiliated with the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the University of New Mexico. He is the author of numerous publications, including the best-seller The Quark and the Jaguar, an introduction to Complexity for the general reader.

ROBERT JERVIS is an Adlai E. Stevenson professor of international affairs at Columbia University. Dr. Jervis is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement Of Science and of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In 1990 he received the Grawemeyer Award for his book The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution. Dr. Jervis serves on the board of nine scholarly journals, and has authored over 70 publications.

STEVEN R. MANN is the U.S. Department of State’s country director for India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. He is a senior Foreign Service Officer with the rank of Counselor. Mr. Mann is a 1991 Distinguished Graduate of the National War College. He is the author of "Chaos Theory and Strategic Thought."

ROBERT R. MAXFIELD is a consulting professor at Stanford University, vice-chairman of the board of trustees of the Santa Fe Institute, a governor of Rice University, and serves on the board of a number of corporations. He has authored and co-authored several papers, including "Foresight, Complexity and Strategy."

MICHAEL J. MAZARR is editor of the Washington Quarterly and director of the New Millennium Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. A former Naval intelligence officer, Dr. Mazarr has authored several books, and is a regular columnist for the South Korean paper Toyo Shinmum.

STEVEN M. RINALDI is a Major and a developmental engineer at Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command. He is responsible for coordinating and planning cooperative science and technology programs with France, Russia, and Italy. While attending the School of Advanced Airpower Studies, Major Renaldi authored "Beyond the Industrial Web," a targeting approach employing Complexity theory.

JAMES N. ROSENAU is University Professor of International Affairs with the George Washington University. His scholarship has focused on the dynamics of change in world politics and the overlap of domestic and foreign affairs, resulting in more than 35 books and 150 articles, including Turbulence in World Politics: A Theory of Change and Continuity.

ALVIN M. SAPERSTEIN is a professor of physics and fellow of the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies at Wayne State University. He is a fellow of the American Physical Society and of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Dr. Saperstein has published several books and articles on physics, energy, environment, military strategy and tactics, arms control, and dynamical modeling of international relations.

JOHN F. SCHMITT is a military consultant and writer. A major in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, he has been closely associated with Marine Corps doctrine since 1986. His credits include the manuals for Ground Combat Operations, Warfighting, Campaigning, Command and Control, and Planning, as well as the book Mastering Tactics. Major Schmitt continues to lecture at the National Defense University, the Marine Corps Schools in Quantico, and elsewhere.

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