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About Steve Hucklesby

Steve Hucklesby is an adviser specialising in foreign and defence policy for a consortium of UK churches.  He provides policy analysis around intervention in conflict, human rights and international aid, acting as a spokesperson for the Methodist Church in Britain, the Baptist Union, the Church of Scotland and United Reformed Church.  He is a member of the Council on Christian Approaches to Defence and Disarmament (CCADD) and has research interests in nuclear non-proliferation, ethics of remote warfare and casualty recording in conflict. He has previously managed relief and refugee programmes for an NGO working as an implementing partner of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.

Articles by Steve Hucklesby

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Rosemary Bechler is openDemocracy’s Editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The failed Trident missile test is emblematic of a wider malaise

The UK Government insists that it is in favour of multilateral disarmament but this pretence has been laid bare by its vehement opposition to the forthcoming Nuclear Ban Treaty.

UN talks on multilateral disarmament: you can run but cannot hide

As debate in the UK is pre-occupied with renewal of Trident there is an apparent lack of awareness that the world of non-proliferation and disarmament is changing around us.

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