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Brian Jones

Brian Jones, a visiting senior research fellow at the University of Southampton, is a former deputy director on the Defence Intelligence Staff, specialising in nuclear, biological and chemical weapons analysis. He gave evidence to the Hutton Inquiry.

The Case for Nuclear Proliferation

Brian Jones, 22 June 2006

It is time for the West to develop a new policy on nuclear proliferation. The highly partisan Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty of 1968, which allowed only the US, Russia, Britain, France and China to retain nuclear weapons, has been gradually eroded, as Israel, India, Pakistan, North Korea and, briefly, apartheid South Africa, have unofficially joined the club. Now Iran, too, may be trying to...

Consequences

Christopher Reid, 15 May 1980

The Parisian Surrealists appear to have taken their games-playing very seriously. Ritual imitations of the creative act – involving the practice of automatic writing, a deep faith in the...

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