|2003/201 pages/LC: 2002031836|
The participants consider whether homosexuals undermine military performance; whether they threaten heterosexual privacy; and whether the experiences of militaries in other countries have relevance for the United States. They also explore the human, organizational, and dollar costs of the present policy. Belkin and Bateman provide a thorough context for the transcripts of the deliberations, as well as a discussion of the implications of the participants' conclusions for current U.S. policy.
The project participants: Aaron Belkin, Christopher Dandeker (UK), Michael C. Desch, Lynn Eden, Avner Even-Zohar (Israel), Paul Gade, Bronwen Grey (Australia), Timothy J. Haggerty, Melissa Sheridan Embser-Herbert, Steve Johnston (UK), Lawrence J. Korb, Robert MacCoun, Steve May, Diane H. Mazur, Laura Miller, Deborah Mulliss (New Zealand), Rob Nunn (UK), C. Dixon Osburn, David Segal, Mady Segal, John Allen Williams.