Professor Neville Brown

Strategic Mobility, Chatto and Windus for Institute for Strategic Studies, 1963, pp 256


Britain in NATO, The Fabian Society, 1964, pp 50


A History of the World in the Twentieth Century, with D. C. Watt and Frank Spencer.

Professor Brown did Part 3 (1945−63), William Morrow, 1968, pp 615−808


British Arms and Strategy, 1970−80, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), 1969, pp. 73


Arms Without Empire, Penguin, 1969, pp. 159


European Security, 1972−80, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), 1972, pp.180


The Future Global Challenge, RUSI and Crane Russak, 1977, pp 402


New Strategy Through Space, Leicester University Press, 1980, pp.295


Silver Wings in the Twilight, Inaugural Lecture at the University of Birmingham, 1983, pp 26


Limited World War?, Canberra Papers on Strategy and Defence No. 32, Australian National University, 1984, pp 105


Nuclear First Use, with Sir Anthony Farrar−Hockley, RUSI, 1985, pp 108


The Future of Air Power, Croom Helm, 1986, pp 309


South Africa: Sanctions or Targetted Aid?, with Yu−Ying Brown, Muirhead Foreign Policy Papers No. 1, University of Birmingham, 1987, pp 51


The Strategic Revolution, Brassey’s, 1992, pp 247


Has SDI a Future?, Muirhead Paper 7, University of Birmingham, 1992, pp 20


Water, Environment and Society in Times of Climate Change, Joint Editor with Arie S. Issar, Kluwer, 1998, pp 355


The Fundamental Issues Study. Within the British Missile Defence (BMD) review. Prepared by the author in his capacity as the Academic Consultant in the official task force that worked from 1992 to 1997 on a report critically assessing the BMD options Britain had. A declassified version of the Fundamental Issues Study was published by Mansfield College, Oxford in 1998, pp 137


Editor for American Missile Defence, Views from China and Europe, Oxford Research Group, 2000, pp 77. This was the report on a conference held in Beijing that May, a conference attended by c.30 ranking ministers, officials and academi9cs from China, Britain, France and Germany.


History and Climate Change, a Eurocentric Perspective, Routledge, 2001, pp 391


Global Instability and Strategic Crisis, Routledge, 2004, pp 318


Engaging the Cosmos, Sussex Academic Press, 2006, pp 391


The Geography of Human Conflict, Sussex Academic Press, 2009, pp 384


The Bounds of Liberalism, Sussex Academic Press, 2014, pp 342


(These last three books have been presented very much as a planetary trilogy)

Books, Reports and Monographs