Constraints on warfare, Michael Howard; classical Greek times, Josiah Ober; the age of chivalry, Robert C. Stacey; early modern Europe, Geoffrey Parker; colonial America, Harold E. Selesky; the age of Napoleon, Gunther Rosenberg; maritime conflict, John B. Hattendorf; land warfare - from Hague to Nuremberg, Adam Roberts; air power, Tami Davis Biddle; nuclear war planning, David Alan Rosenberg; the age of national liberation movements, George J. Andreopoulos; the laws of war - some concluding reflections, Paul Kennedy and G.J. Andreopoulos.
Sir Michael Howard is Regius Professor of Modern History Emeritus, Oxford, and Robert A. Lovett Professor of Military and Naval History Emeritus, Yale University. George J. Andreopoulos is lecturer in history at Yale University and former associate director of Yale's Orville Schell Center for International Human Rights. Mark R. Shulman is lecturer in history at Yale University.