Looking Beyond the Chicago Summit: Nuclear Weapons in Europe and the Future of NATO, Carnegie Paper
'Nuclear Weapons and the Prevention of Major War' in Camille Grand (editor), Thinking About Strategy: A Tribute to Michael Quinlan, FRS Paris, 2011;
'Comparing UK and Chinese nuclear force development', Peace and Development (Beijing), forthcoming, 2011.
'Keeping our Powder Dry? UK Defence Policy Beyond Afghanistan', RUSI Journal, 156, 1, February 2011.
'The Lean Years: Defence Consequences of the Fiscal Crisis', in Michael Codner (edited), A Question of Security: The British Defence Review in an Age of Austerity, I. B. Tauris, 2011, pp. 33-78.
'The new politics of intervention', Renewal, 17, 1, 2009, pp. 37-43.
'Britain and the World: Options for UK Foreign and Security Policy', in Varun Uberoi, Adam Coutts, Iain McLean, and David Halpern (eds)., Options for a New Britain, Palgrave, 2009.
'The new politics of intervention', Renewal, 17, 1, 2009, pp. 37-43.
'A Force for Influence: Making British Defence Effective', RUSI Journal, 153, 6, December 2008.
'Nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation: strengthening the links', memorandum of evidence to Foreign Affairs Committee Inquiry on Global Security: Non-Proliferation, September 2008.
Global Inequality and Security Policy: A British Perspective, RUSI Whitehall Paper, Routledge, May 2008.
'Engaging Iran', Fabian Review, Winter 2007.
'Spending to Save: the cost-effectiveness of conflict prevention', Defense and Peace Economics, 18, 1, February 2007, pp. 1-24. The full study on which this is based is here: http://www.brad.ac.uk/acad/cics/publications/spending/
Rescuing the State: Europe's Next Challenge (editor), Foreign Policy Centre / British Council / European Commission, March 2005;
Evaluation of the Conflict Prevention Pools: Synthesis Report (co-author), Evaluation Report, Cabinet Office / DFID / FCO / MoD / HMT, March 2004.
Security Sector Reform in Southern Africa (editor), International Institute for Strategic Studies, November 2003.
Estimated UK Employment Dependent on Ministry of Defence Expenditure and Defence Exports
, (with AJW Turner and K Hartley), Defence Analytical Services Agency, Ministry of Defence, Defence Statistics Bulletin No. 5, March 2003.
'The new activism: UK defence policy since 1997', New Economy, Vol. 9, No. 4, December 2002, 206-211.
'The Economic Costs and Benefits of UK Defence Exports', Fiscal Studies, Vol. 23, No. 3, September 2002, 305-342. (with Neil Davies, Keith Hartley and Chris Wilkinson)
'The United Kingdom, Nuclear Weapons and the Scottish Question' The Non-Proliferation Review, 9, 1, Spring 2002, 1-15. (with William Walker)
'The Atlantic burden-sharing debate - widening or fragmenting?', International Affairs, Vol. 77, No. 3, July 2001, pp. 569-586.
Uncharted Waters: The UK, Nuclear Weapons and the Scottish Question, Tuckwell Press, 2001. 196 pages. Co-authored with William Walker.
A Transatlantic New Deal: What Europe should pay to promote US engagement, Foreign Policy Centre, London, January 2001.
Sharing security: the political economy of burdensharing, Macmillan, 2000. 230 pages.
Security Sector Reform: a role for the European Union, Saferworld, 1999. 25 pages.
"Bombs Away'? Britain and nuclear weapons under New Labour', Security Dialogue, 30, 1, 1999, 61-74.
Kosovo: the crisis and beyond, Saferworld, 1999. 23 pages.
'UK nuclear weapons policy after the SDR', in Centre for Defence Studies, Brassey's Defence Yearbook 1999, Brassey's, 1999, 253-266.
Democratic Accountability and Parliamentary Control in the Military Sphere in the Newly Independent States,
Bradford University/CPIS, Moscow, 1998, 301 pages (in Russian). Edited with Owen Greene and Alexander Nikitin.
British security policy: Broadening the agenda, Saferworld, December 1997 (with David Mepham). 33 pages.
British Arms Export Policy and Indonesia, Saferworld, 1997. 44 pages.
Defence for the 21st Century: towards a post-Cold War force structure, Fabian Society, 1997. 29 pages.
British Nuclear Weapons Policy: The Next Steps, International Security Information Service, 1997. 30 pages.
Developing Arms Transparency: the future of the UN Register, University of Bradford and CPDNP, 269 pages, 1997. (edited with Owen Greene and Mitsuro Donowaki)
'The debate on a regional arms register in South-East Asia', The Pacific Review, 10, 1, 1997, 104-123.
'Conceptualising arms control after the Cold War', in Michael Clarke (ed), Brassey's Defence Yearbook 1997, Centre for Defence Studies / Brassey's, 1997, 273-288.
'ASEAN and Confidence-Building: Continuity and Change after the Cold War', Contemporary Security Policy, 18, 1, 1997, 36-56.
'Sharing the burden of European defence' in Jane Sharp (ed), About Turn: Forward March with Europe, IPPR / River Oram Press, 1996, 107-122.
'What do we need the armed forces for?', in John Gittings and Ian Davis (eds), Rethinking defence and foreign policy, Spokesman Books, 1996, 27-38.
'Openness and Security Policy in South-East Asia', Survival, 38, 3, 1996, 82-98.
Confidence-building in South-East Asia, Westview Press, 1996. 279 pages.
Taking Stock: the UN Register After Two Years, Westview Press, 1995 (with Owen Greene). 288 pages.
'Military spending and the British economy', in David Coates and John Hillard (eds), UK Economic Decline: Key Texts, Harvester-Wheatsheaf, 1995.
Developing the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms, Westview Press, 1994 (edited with Owen Greene, Edward J. Laurance and Herbert Wulf). 340 pages.
'The Development of the United Nations Register of Conventional Arms: Prospects and Proposals', The Non-Proliferation Review, 1, 3, 1994, 1-17 (with Owen Greene).
'The UN Arms Register: An Emerging Global Transparency Regime?', Contemporary Security Policy, 15, 3, 1994, 58-83 (with Owen Greene).
'Expanding Europe's security community', Current Politics and Economics of Europe, 3, 2, 1993, 111-130.
'Developing a security regime for Eastern Europe', Journal of Peace Research, 30, 4, 1993, 427-444.
'Security Burdensharing and the Transatlantic Relationship', Paradigms, 7, 2, 1993, 22-32.
Implementing and Developing the UN Register of Conventional Arms
, Peace Research Report Number 32, Bradford University, May 1993, 120 pages. (with Owen Greene).
'Britain and alliance burden-sharing', in Michael Clarke and Philip Sabin (eds), British defence choices in the twenty-first century, Brassey's, 1993, 102-129.
Biting the Bullet: Britain's European defence option, Institute for Public Policy Research, 1992. 80 pages.
'Reciprocal Disarmament: A Game Proposal', Naval War College Review, 44, 3, 1991, 58-74.
Western security and Soviet reform, Saferworld, 1991. 40 pages.
Reciprocal Unilateralism as a complement to CFE, AFES Press, Mosbach, 1990. 72 pages.
'Beyond the Alliance System', World Policy Journal, 7, 2, 1990, 215-250.
'Soviet weapons procurement in the 1980's' Defense Analysis, 6, 3, 1990, 255-262.
'Beyond cfe: Cutting Conventional Procurement', Arms Control Today, 1990, 13-17.
'An unstable triumvirate? European security structures after the Cold War', Current Research on Peace and Violence, 13, 3, 1990, 175-195.
UK Defence Requirements 1990-2000, Saferworld, 1990. 28 pages
'Conventional forces in Europe' in Dan Smith (ed), European Security in the 1990's, Pluto Press, 1989, 67-79.
'The Tank Gap Data Flap', International Security, 13, 4, 1989, 187-194 (with Lutz Unterseher).
'Is there a tank gap?' International Security, 13, 1, 1988, 5-49 (with Lutz Unterseher).
'The future of the Royal Navy's frigate and destroyer fleet', memorandum published in House of Commons Defence Committee, 'The Future Size and Role of the Royal Navy's Surface Fleet', Sixth Report of the Defence Committee, London, HMSO, 1988.
The 1987 Defence Budget: Time for Choice? , Peace Research Report Number 17, Bradford, 1987. 134 pages.
Trends in UK Defence Spending in the 1980's, Peace Research Report Number 11, Bradford, 1986. 91 pages.
Paying for Defence: Military Spending and British Decline, Pluto Press, 1985. 200 pages.
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