Arms Control and European Security

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GRAEME P. AUTON, the editor, is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Redlands. He is the coauthor, with Wolfram F. Hanrieder , of The Foreign Policies of West Germany, France, and Britain ( 1980), a new edition of which is forthcoming. He has written articles about European security for such journals as Orbis, Arms Control, and the Atlantic Quarterly and has contributed to one previous Committee on Atlantic Studies volume, Continuity of Discord, edited by Robert J. Jackson (Praeger, 1985). He has been a NATO Research Fellow and recently served as a Ford Postdoctoral Fellow in European Society and Western Security at the Center for International Affairs, Harvard University. Auton is a member of the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies.

NILS ANDREN is Professor Emeritus in Political Science, University of Stockholm. He has served in various positions at the universities of Uppsala, Gothenberg, Stockholm, and Copenhagen, and at the National Swedish Defense Research Institute. His publications in English include, inter alia, Modern Swedish Government ( second edition, 1968), "NordicIntegration"

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