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GUTTERIDGE, William Frank

GUTTERIDGE, William Frank. British, b. 1919. Genres: International relations/Current affairs. Career: Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Camberley, Surrey, Lecturer and Sr. Lecturer of Commonwealth History and Government, 1949-63; Lanchester Polytechnic, Coventry, Head of Dept. of Languages and Modern Studies, 1963-71; University of Aston in Birmingham, Director of Complementary Studies, 1971-80, Professor 1976-82, Professor Emeritus of International Studies, 1982-; Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism, Executive and Editorial Director, 1989-94, Director, 1994-. Editorial Consultant, Institute for the Study of Conflict, 1982-89. Publications: Armed Forces in New States, 1962; Military Institutions and Power in the New States, 1965; The Military in African Politics, 1969; Military Regimes in Africa, 1975; (ed.) European Security, Nuclear Weapons and Public Confidence, 1982; Mineral Resources and National Security, 1984; South Africa: Evolution or Revolution?, 1985; The South African Crisis: Time for International Action, 1985; The New Terrorism, 1986; Contemporary Terrorism, 1987; South Africa: Apartheid's Endgame, 1990; Regional Security and Cooperation in Southern Africa, 1992; South Africa's Defence Forces in the Transitional Phase, 1993; The Military in South African Politics: Champions of National Unity, 1994; South Africa: From Apartheid to National Unity 1981-94, 1995; South Africa's Defence and Security into the 21st Century, 1996; South Africa's Future Defence and Security, 1997; South Africa: Potential of Mbaki's Presidency, 1999. Address: 26 St Mark's Rd, Leamington Spa CV32 6DL, England.

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