Gordon Adams is Professor of International Relations at the School of International Service, American University, in Washington DC, where he teaches national security policy and resource planning. He is also a Distinguished Fellow at the Henry L. Stimson Center, where he directs the program on Budgeting for Foreign Affairs and Defense. He was the senior White House official for national security budgeting in the Clinton administration, from 1993-97. He appears frequently in the print and electronic media as an expert on foreign policy and national security policy and budgets and writes a regular column on national security issues for the web version of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.

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