Alexander Moens
Biography

Alexander Moens ( www.alexandermoens.com ) is a professor of Political Science at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada and a Senior Fellow in American Policy at the Fraser Institute. He is also a member of the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute and the Canadian International Council.

Moens is the author of The Foreign Policy of George W. Bush: Values, Strategy, Loyalty (2004), and Foreign Policy Under Carter (1990) as well as editor or co-editor of Disconcerted Europe: The Search for a New Security Architecture (1994), NATO and European Security: Alliance Politics from the Cold War’s End to the Age of Terrorism (2003), and Immigration Policy and the Terrorist Threat in Canada and the United States (2008).

Moens has published in numerous Canadian, American and European journals and newspapers. Recent publications include “Happy Handover: Thoughts on Sino-American Relations in America’s Shadow,” International Journal, Spring 2011; ”Obama’s Foreign Policy: Change Without Conviction,” in Nikolaos Tzifakis (ed.) International Politics in Times of Change, Berlin and Heidelberg, 2012; “NATO and the EU: Canada’s Security Interests in Europe and Beyond,” in David S. McDonough (ed.) Canada’s National Security in the Post-9/11 World (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2012 and (with Jimmy Peterson) “Canadian Interests in Building Cooperation Between NATO and the African Union,” in Brooke Smith-Windsor (ed.) AU-NATO Collaboration: Implications and Prospects, NATO Defence College, Rome, 2013.

 


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Biography

Alexander Moens ( www.alexandermoens.com ) is a professor of Political Science at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada and a Senior Fellow in American Policy at the Fraser Institute. He is also a member of the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute and the Canadian International Council.

Moens is the author of The Foreign Policy of George W. Bush: Values, Strategy, Loyalty (2004), and Foreign Policy Under Carter (1990) as well as editor or co-editor of Disconcerted Europe: The Search for a New Security Architecture (1994), NATO and European Security: Alliance Politics from the Cold War’s End to the Age of Terrorism (2003), and Immigration Policy and the Terrorist Threat in Canada and the United States (2008).

Moens has published in numerous Canadian, American and European journals and newspapers. Recent publications include “Happy Handover: Thoughts on Sino-American Relations in America’s Shadow,” International Journal, Spring 2011; ”Obama’s Foreign Policy: Change Without Conviction,” in Nikolaos Tzifakis (ed.) International Politics in Times of Change, Berlin and Heidelberg, 2012; “NATO and the EU: Canada’s Security Interests in Europe and Beyond,” in David S. McDonough (ed.) Canada’s National Security in the Post-9/11 World (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2012 and (with Jimmy Peterson) “Canadian Interests in Building Cooperation Between NATO and the African Union,” in Brooke Smith-Windsor (ed.) AU-NATO Collaboration: Implications and Prospects, NATO Defence College, Rome, 2013.

 


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Biography

Alexander Moens ( www.alexandermoens.com ) is a professor of Political Science at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada and a Senior Fellow in American Policy at the Fraser Institute. He is also a member of the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute and the Canadian International Council.

Moens is the author of The Foreign Policy of George W. Bush: Values, Strategy, Loyalty (2004), and Foreign Policy Under Carter (1990) as well as editor or co-editor of Disconcerted Europe: The Search for a New Security Architecture (1994), NATO and European Security: Alliance Politics from the Cold War’s End to the Age of Terrorism (2003), and Immigration Policy and the Terrorist Threat in Canada and the United States (2008).

Moens has published in numerous Canadian, American and European journals and newspapers. Recent publications include “Happy Handover: Thoughts on Sino-American Relations in America’s Shadow,” International Journal, Spring 2011; ”Obama’s Foreign Policy: Change Without Conviction,” in Nikolaos Tzifakis (ed.) International Politics in Times of Change, Berlin and Heidelberg, 2012; “NATO and the EU: Canada’s Security Interests in Europe and Beyond,” in David S. McDonough (ed.) Canada’s National Security in the Post-9/11 World (Toronto: Toronto University Press, 2012 and (with Jimmy Peterson) “Canadian Interests in Building Cooperation Between NATO and the African Union,” in Brooke Smith-Windsor (ed.) AU-NATO Collaboration: Implications and Prospects, NATO Defence College, Rome, 2013.

 


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