CSSS staff produce a wide range of scholarly and policy relevant research outputs. Detailed information of specific individuals’ publications can be found on their KCL Research Portal (PURE) pages. Recently published books, academic and policy articles can be found below, in reverse chronological order.
CSSS also produce an Occasional Papers Series, which is aimed at showcasing project work and other policy relevant areas of our research.
D. Salisbury, ‘Secrecy, Public Relations and the British Nuclear Debate: How the UK Government Learned to Talk about the Bomb, 1970-83’, (Routledge, February 2020) (ISBN 9780429331916)
A. Tibrizi and B. Kienzle, ‘Legitimation strategies of informal groups of states: The case of the E3 directoire in the nuclear negotiations with Iran’ Cooperation and Conflict (published online February 2020)
C. Hobbs, P. McBurney and D. Oliver, ‘Data Science in Support of Radiation Detection for Border Monitoring: An Exploratory Study’ Science and Global Security (published online February 2020), pp. 1-20
H. Williams, ‘Asymmetric arms control and strategic stability: Scenarios for limiting hypersonic glide vehicles’, The Journal of Strategic Studies, Vol. 42, No. 6, pp. 789-813 (August 2019)
B. Kienzle, ‘Effective Orchestration? The 1540 Committee and the WMD Terrorism Regime Complex, Global Policy’, Global Policy (published online August 2019)
R. Downes, C. Hobbs and D. Salisbury, ‘Combating nuclear smuggling? Exploring drivers and challenges to detecting nuclear and radiological materials within the maritime environment’, Non-Proliferation Review (June 2019), Vol. 26, Issue 1-2, pp. 83-104
A. Arnold and D. Salisbury, ‘Going it alone: The causes and consequences of U.S. extraterritorial counterproliferation enforcement’, Contemporary Security Policy, Vol. 40, Issue 4, (March 2019)
H. Elbahtimy, ‘Missing the mark: Dimona and Egypt's slide into the 1967 Arab-Israeli War’, Non-Proliferation Review, Vol. 25, Issue 5-6, pp. 385-397 (March 2019)