Keith Kyle, 18 April 1985
Show More Objections to Nuclear Defence: Philosophers on Deterrence edited by Nigel Blake and Kay Pole.
Routledge, 187 pp., £5.95, September 1984, 0 7102 0249 0Show More
Reagan and the World: Imperial Policy in the New Cold War by Jeff McMahan.
Pluto, 214 pp., £3.95, August 1984, 0 86104 602 1Show More
A future that will work by David Owen.
Viking, 192 pp., £12.95, August 1984, 0 670 80564 5Show More
The Most Dangerous Decade: World Militarism and the New Non-Aligned Peace Movement by Ken Coates.
Spokesman, 211 pp., £15, July 1984, 9780851244051Show More
“... weapons are used, and conclude, unsurprisingly, that they do not. One of the authors, Father Roger Ruston, points out that in 1977, when the latest Protocol of the Laws of War was adopted at Geneva, both Britain and the United States entered a reservation to the effect that ‘the new rules introduced by the Protocol are not intended to have any effect ...”