The Politics of British Arms Sales Since 1964: 'to Secure Our Rightful Share'
Drawing extensively on official documents, this is an in-depth analysis of British arms sales policy. It sets the related issues in context, and explains Britain's continuing addiction to the arms sales fix.
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