Richard Mayne

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Richard Mayne "is co-editor of Encounter and a regular broadcaster and writer. A longstanding member of the Council of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, he is also a Council member of the Federal Trust for Education and Research. He was for a number of years a personal assistant to the late Jean Monnet, whose Memoirs he translated into English, winning the Scott-Moncrieff Prize. In addition to university teaching in Britain and the United States, he has also served as a senior official of the European Communities in Luxembourg, Brussels, Paris and London. He is the author of a number of books on contemporary European history, including The Recovery of Europe and Postwar." [1]

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  1. Federal Union: The Pioneers, Federal Union, accessed December 24, 2008.