United Kingdom Nuclear Forces
- The Future of Britain's WMD by Dan Plesch The Foreign Policy Centre Mar 2006 -- "This report discusses the successor to Britain 's Trident nuclear missile system. It examines British dependence on the United States and concludes that most of the discussion on the replacement is based on the false premise that the UK has an independent nuclear weapon. To support this conclusion, the report reviews the history of Britain 's involvement with nuclear weapons from 1940 to the present day to show a sixty-year-old pattern of British dependence on the US for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD ). The report also concludes that Trident should not be replaced and should be phased out now, as neither Trident nor any US-supported successor would meet the '1940 requirement' for a system that the nation can rely on if it stands alone as in 1940."
- French and British Nuclear Forces, 2000 NRDC Nuclear Notebook September/October 2000
- French and British Nuclear Forces, 1999 NRDC Nuclear Notebook
- Trident Ploughshares 2000 citizens endeavour to peacefully disarm the British Nuclear Trident submarine system
- Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
- Research Study Group (RSG) records the UK's Cold War defence infrastructure: e.g. radar stations, secret bunkers, communications networks, civil defence plans and propaganda.
- Anglia Media Systems A unique company offering hard news specialising in the aftermath of the Cold War.
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