What causes armed conflict in the world today? Causes of War examines current thinking on this critical question in world affairs.
David is Lecturer in War Studies Online at King’s College London and Academic Director of the online MA programme, War in the Modern World.
He holds a BA in History and Philosophy from Lancaster University and an MSc and PhD in International History from the London School of Economics and Political Science. He has worked as a Tutorial Fellow and Lecturer in the Department of International History at the London School of Economics and been a Fellow at the Cold War Studies Centre/IDEAS. His research interests include British foreign and defence policy, signals intelligence and the Cold War, especially the interplay between Cold War, nationalism and anti-colonialism in conflicts in the Middle East and South East Asia;. His book, Britain and the Confrontation with Indonesia, 1960-1966, was published by I.B. Tauris in 2004. He is currently writing a monograph on Indonesia in the Cold War and researching Soviet military involvement in the 1962 West Irian Crisis.
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