Alexander Moens is associate professor of political science at Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada and is the co-editor of Disconcerted Europe (with Christopher Anstis). Moens is also the editor of Foreign Policy Under Carter (Westview, 1990).
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