Guy Arnold

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Guy Arnold (born 1932) is a British author and specialist in north-south relations[1] who writes mainly in the areas of African history and politics, and international affairs. Over the course of his career, he has worked with the Overseas Development Institute, he created a National Youth Service in Zambia in the period before its independence in 1964,[2] and was Director of the Africa Bureau (a non-governmental lobby group) from 1968 to 1972, as well as working as a consultant in the field. He is the author of more than 50 books[3] including travelogues and educational books for children.

He has lectured and taught courses on international affairs for over thirty years, at the Workers’ Educational Association[3] and the University of Surrey.[4]

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  • Longhouse and jungle: an expedition to Sarawak (1959)
  • Towards peace and a multiracial commonwealth (1964)
  • Economic co-operation in the Commonwealth (1967)
  • Rhodesia, token sanctions or total economic warfare (1972)
  • Sanctions against Rhodesia, 1965 to 1972 (1972)
  • Kenyatta and the politics of Kenya (1974)
  • The last bunker: a report on white South Africa today (1976)
  • Modern Nigeria (1977)
  • Strategic highways of Africa (1977)
  • Statistical guide to the Nigerian market (1978)
  • Britain's oil (1978)
  • Aid in Africa (1979)
  • Held fast for England: G. A. Henty, imperialist boys' writer (1980)
  • Modern Kenya (1981)
  • The unions (1981)
  • A revised 1862 manual of bayonet drill (1982)
  • Datelines of world history (1983)
  • Coal (1985)
  • Gas (1985)
  • Aid and the Third World: the North/South divide (1985)
  • Journey round Turkey (1989)
  • Book of Dates: A Chronology of World History (1989)
  • Britain since 1945: choice, conflict and change (1989)
  • Facts on water, wind, and solar power (1990)
  • Facts on nuclear energy (1990)
  • Revolutionary and dissident movements: an international guide (1991)
  • The world trade system (1991)
  • Brainwash: the cover-up society (1992)
  • South Africa: crossing the Rubicon - Volume 1992, Part 2 (1992)
  • The End of the Third World (1993)
  • Political and economic encyclopaedia of Africa (1993)
  • The Third World handbook (1994)
  • Wars in the Third World since 1945 (1995)
  • The maverick state: Gaddafi and the New World Order (1996)
  • Historical Dictionary of Aid and Development Organizations (1996)
  • The resources of the Third World (1997)
  • World Government by Stealth: The Future of the United Nations (1997)
  • Mercenaries: The Scourge of the Third World (1999)
  • The new South Africa (2000)
  • World Strategic Highways (2000)
  • Guide to African political and economic development (2001)
  • Historical Dictionary of the Crimean War (2002)
  • Africa: a modern history (2005)
  • The international drugs trade (2005)
  • Historical dictionary of the non-aligned movement and Third World (2006)
  • In the footsteps of George Borrow: a journey through Spain and Portugal (2007)
  • Historical dictionary of civil wars in Africa (2008)
  • The A to Z of Civil Wars in Africa (2009)
  • Morocco in the 21st Century (2009)
  • Matter of Opinion (2011)
  • Migration: Changing the World (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mylius, Andrew. "Keeping the peace". New Civil Engineer. Retrieved 4 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Guy Arnold". Atlantic Books. Retrieved 4 November 2012. 
  3. ^ a b "Thirty years with the WEA for Guy". Workers’ Educational Association. Retrieved 4 November 2012. 
  4. ^ Arnold, Guy (2002). Historical Dictionary of the Crimean War. Lanham, Md. [u.a.]: Scarecrow Press. p. 179. ISBN 0-8108-4276-9.