Current affiliation: University of ReadingSubject: Political SciencePrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:The RUSI JournalPublication date:2013-12-01
Problems of Counter-Insurgency and Counter-Terrorism in Three Documentaries
Published in:Small Wars and InsurgenciesPublication date:2014-07-04
This clarifies the origins and historical context in which the terms guerrilla/petite guerre/small war came into being, as well as partisan and par...
How authors and practitioners learnt from each other - from the American Revolution, the Vendee insurgency and French attempts to generate uprising...
Published in:Cold War HistoryPublication date:2014-10-01
Published in:The RUSI JournalPublication date:2014-09-03
Published in:Not availablePublication date:1998-01-01
Why did British, French and West German nuclear strategies (or preferences, in the case of West Germany) differ so significantly, despite their clo...
Published in:Oxford Bibliographies Online DatasetsPublication date:Not available
Published in:The Encyclopedia of WarPublication date:2011-11-13
Published in:Not availablePublication date:1997-01-01
NATO, Britain, France and the FRG (and always in the background, the big transatlantic ally USA) had diverging nuclear strategies (and preferences,...
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2010-01-01
Thinking War from Antiquity to the Present
Published in:Handbuch KriegstheorienPublication date:2011-01-01
Published in:Review of International StudiesPublication date:1992-01-01
Published in:Politique étrangèrePublication date:2014-01-01
Published in:Clausewitz in the Twenty-First CenturyPublication date:2007-09-13
Published in:Contemporary European HistoryPublication date:1995-03-01
Published in:Civil WarsPublication date:2012-03-01
Most prescriptive literature on how to stage an insurgency or wage a counterinsurgency campaign emphasises that one must treat non-combatants well ...
Published in:The Evolution of StrategyPublication date:Not available
Published in:The Historical JournalPublication date:1990-06-01
This article comments on the "Historikerstreit" - the question whether German crimes of the Second World War were unique or can be compared to thos...
Published in:Contemporary European HistoryPublication date:1997-11-01
Published in:Review of International StudiesPublication date:1993-07-01
Published in:Review of International StudiesPublication date:1993-10-01
Published in:Cold War HistoryPublication date:2009-08-01
Published in:Contemporary European HistoryPublication date:1998-11-01
NATO abandoned the hope that it could win a nuclear war in the mid-1950s, while the Warsaw Treaty Organisation only dropped victory from its exerci...
Published in:Contemporary European HistoryPublication date:1992-11-01
Published in:Journal of Strategic StudiesPublication date:2000-03-01
Published in:The RUSI JournalPublication date:1997-02-01
Published in:Journal of Strategic StudiesPublication date:2007-02-01
Published in:Contemporary British HistoryPublication date:1999-12-01
Published in:Rethinking HistoryPublication date:1998-06-01
1000 years of antagonism marked the history of shared wars of Germany and France, but it is striking how different the lessons are that the two sid...
Published in:The RUSI JournalPublication date:2010-02-01
ANCIENT WISDOM FOR THE MODERN WORLD
Published in:Comparative StrategyPublication date:1993-10-01
As Warsaw Pact secret and top secret documents became available in East Germany to scholars after the end of the Cold War we can now establish that...
Published in:Diplomacy and StatecraftPublication date:1993-03-01
Published in:War & SocietyPublication date:2008-10-01
War should be defined more widely than only as a bloody conflict between two armed groups. Genocide and democide tend to be justified by the perpe...
Published in:Der Siebenjährige Krieg (1756-1763)Publication date:Not available
Published in:Review of International StudiesPublication date:1991-01-01
Western intelligence in and around 1950s gave reason to fear further Soviet-led or inspired aggression, especially against Yugoslavia, but - it was...
Published in:Journal of Strategic StudiesPublication date:2011-12-01
Published in:International AffairsPublication date:1990-01-01
When Stalin broke with Tito's all too independent Communist leadership of Yugoslavia, the USA, Britain and France decided to help Tito against subv...
Published in:International AffairsPublication date:1992-07-01
Published in:The RUSI JournalPublication date:2014-07-04
Published in:Journal of Strategic StudiesPublication date:2010-02-01
In the age of Clausewitz, war took on new forms: irregular warfare hitherto called "small war" and carried out by commandos (groups led by "a parti...
Published in:Cold War HistoryPublication date:2008-11-03
Did we come close to World War III in 1983? The Soviet/Warsaw Pact's military leadership's response to the deployment by NATO member states of Ame...
Published in:Beiträge zur MilitärgeschichtePublication date:1999-01-01
Published in:Journal of Strategic StudiesPublication date:2013-10-01
London and New York: Continuum, 2011. Pp. ix + 200. £18.99, PB. ISBN 978-1-44118-691-1.
Published in:The Journal of Modern HistoryPublication date:2012-09-01
How authors saw the nexus between the use of military force and political ends from Classical Antiquity to the present, factoring in changes in tec...
Published in:The RUSI JournalPublication date:2015-05-04
A Strange Defeat?
What were the multiple factors that influenced the outcome of Waterloo?
Published in:Not availablePublication date:1992-01-01
A series of articles looking at how, inter alia, Stalin was perceived as Hitler's Doppelgaenger, and policies were adopted against Stalin that migh...
Published in:Securing Peace in Europe, 1945–62Publication date:1992-01-01
Published in:Europe 1945–1990sPublication date:1995-01-01
Published in:Extrême-Orient Extrême-OccidentPublication date:2014-11-01
Published in:Wandel und IntegrationPublication date:Not available
Published in:Deutschland und Rußland in der britischen Kontinentalpolitik seit 1815 / Germany and Russia in British policy towards Europe since 1815Publication date:Not available
Published in:Journal of Strategic StudiesPublication date:2015-12-18
From merely meaning control of territorial waters, medieval concepts of sovereignty merged with the Greek idea of "thalassokrasy" in 16th century E...