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Carlton, David


CARLTON, David. British, b. 1938. Genres: History, International relations/Current affairs, Military/Defense/Arms control. Career: University of North London, formerly sr. lecturer in diplomatic history; University of Warwick, senior lecturer in international studies. Publications: MacDonald versus Henderson: The Foreign Policy of the Second Labour Government, 1970; Anthony Eden: A Biography, 1981; Britain and the Suez Crisis, 1988; Churchill and the Soviet Union, 2000. CO-EDITOR: The Dynamics of the Arms Race, 1975; International Terrorism and World Security, 1975; Arms Control and Technological Innovation, 1977; Terrorism: Theory and Practice, 1979; Contemporary Terror, 1981; The Hazards of the International Energy Crisis, 1982; The Arms Race in the 1980s, 1982; SouthEastern Europe after Tito, 1983; Reassessing Arms Control, 1984; The Nuclear Arms Race Debated, 1986; The Cold War Debated, 1988; The Arms Race in the Era of Star Wars, 1988; New Technologies and the Arms Race, 1989; Perspectives on the Arms Race, 1989; The Arms Race in an Era of Negotiations, 1991; Reducing Nuclear Arsenals, 1991; Space and Nuclear Weaponry, 1992; Controlling the International Transfer of Weaponry and Related Technology, 1995; Rising Tension in Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union, 1996; The Search for Stability in Russia and the Former Soviet Bloc, 1997. Address: University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, England.

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