World in Chains is a book of essays that question the integrity of a society that accepts nuclear deterrents as valid form of defence. My essay, Drones, Cyberwarfare and Democracy, looks at how technology is globalizing geopolitical conflict by making 'war' easier and cheaper.
Fracktured Accountability, Paul Mobbs, March 2015
World in Chains: Nuclear Weapons, Militarisation and their Impact on Society, Angie Zelter (editor), Luath Press, June 2014
A Practical Guide to Sustainable ICT, APC/IDRC, June 2012
Energy Beyond Oil: Could You Cut Your Energy Use by Sixty Percent?, Matador Books, June 2005
Participating With Safety Toolkit, APC, March 2002
Civil Society Internet Rights Toolkit, GreenNet/Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust, 2000
World in Chains
Editor: Angie Zelter
Publisher: Luath Press
Following a presentation I gave at a rally outside USAF Croughton in 2013, I was asked by the editor to write a chapter for a book. That essay is published as chapter 19 of the book.
Published June 2014, World in Chains focuses on a lack of respect for international humanitarian law and the integrity of a society able to act compassionately in the wider public interest.
It presses the need for the UK government to work on a global ban for nuclear weapons, and criticizes the militaristic mind-set that is currently dominating most societies as the cause of many catastrophic world problems.
The book is edited by Angie Zelter, and the essays cover a variety of topics:
Note – the draft of my chapter, Drones, Cyberwarfare and Democracy, is available to view in my work achive.