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Brian Martin and Wendy Varney. Nonviolence Speaks: Communicating against Repression (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2003).

Brian Martin. Nonviolence versus capitalism (London: War Resisters' International, 2001). Full text available.

Brian Martin. Technology for Nonviolent Struggle (London: War Resisters' International, 2001). Full text available.

Brian Martin. Social Defence, Social Change (London: Freedom Press, 1993), 157 pages. Full text available.

Brian Martin. Uprooting War (London: Freedom Press, 1984), xi+298 pages. Revised edition published in Italian as La Piramide Rovesciata: Per Sradicare la Guerra (Molfetta: Edizioni La Meridiana, 1990). Full text available. Chapters 1 and 2, slightly edited, reprinted as: The limits of the peace movement. Our Generation, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 3-21 (Spring-Summer 1986).



Brian Martin, Sharon Callaghan and Chris Fox, with Rosie Wells and Mary Cawte. Challenging Bureaucratic Elites (Wollongong: Schweik Action Wollongong, 1997), 55 pages. Full text available in html and pdf.

Jacki Quilty, Lynne Dickins, Phil Anderson and Brian Martin. Capital Defence: Social Defence for Canberra (Canberra: Canberra Peacemakers, 1986), 68 pages. Published in Italian as Un Modello di Difesa Populare Nonviolenta (Molfetta: Edizioni la Meridiana, 1987). Published in Dutch as Sociale Verdediging voor Canberra (Utrecht: Opleiding Sociale Vredesdienst, 1989). Full text available.


Journal articles and book chapters

Brian Martin. Nonviolent strategy against capitalism. Social Alternatives, Vol. 28, No. 1, 2008, pp. 42-46.

Samantha Reis and Brian Martin. Psychological dynamics of outrage against injustice. Peace Research: The Canadian Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies, Vol. 40, No. 1, 2008, pp. 5-23.

Chris Barker, Brian Martin and Mary Zournazi. Emotional self-management for activists. Reflective Practice, Vol. 9, No. 4, November 2008, pp. 423-435.

Brian Martin. How nonviolence is misrepresented. Gandhi Marg, Vol. 30, No. 2, July-September 2008, pp. 235-257. Review article of Peter Gelderloos, How Nonviolence Protects the State.

Truda Gray and Brian Martin. Comparing wars. Journal of Military and Strategic Studies (, Vol. 10, No. 3, Spring 2008. Twenty general categories for comparing wars are proposed and then applied to commentaries on the Vietnam and Iraq wars.

Jørgen Johansen and Brian Martin. Sending the protest message. Gandhi Marg, Vol. 29, No. 4, January-March 2008, pp. 503-519. How protesters can connect with audiences, align their methods with their messages and deal with attacks.

Truda Gray and Brian Martin. My Lai: the struggle over outrage. Peace & Change, Vol. 33, No. 1, January 2008, pp. 90-113. A backfire analysis of the 1968 My Lai massacre during the Vietnam war.

Truda Gray and Brian Martin. The American war in Indochina: injustice and outrage. Revista de Paz y Conflictos, No. 1, 2008. How the US government tried to inhibit outrage from the bombing, the Phoenix Program and the My Lai massacre.

Truda Gray and Brian Martin. Backfires: white, black and grey. Journal of Information Warfare, Vol. 7, Issue 1, 2007, pp. 7-16: perpetrators can use black operations or ambiguous events as a pretext for action.

Brian Martin. SRV & NVA: valorizing social roles through nonviolent action. The SRV Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2, December 2006, pp. 25-33.

Brian Martin. Paths to social change: conventional politics, violence and nonviolence. In: Ralph Summy (ed.), Nonviolent Alternatives for Social Change, in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), developed under the auspices of the UNESCO (Oxford: Eolss Publishers,, 2006).

David Hess and Brian Martin. Repression, backfire, and the theory of transformative events. Mobilization, Vol. 11, No. 1, June 2006, pp. 249-267.

Brian Martin. Instead of repression. Social Alternatives, Vol. 25, No. 1, First Quarter 2006, pp. 62-66.

Brian Martin. How nonviolence works. Borderlands e-journal, Vol. 4, No. 3, 2005: the events at the salt march illustrate how backfire analysis can extend Sharp's concept of political jiu-jitsu.

Brian Martin. The beating of Rodney King: the dynamics of backfire. Critical Criminology, Vol. 13, No. 3, 2005, pp. 307-326.

Brian Martin. Strategies for alternative science. In: Scott Frickel and Kelly Moore (eds.), The New Political Sociology of Science: Institutions, Networks, and Power (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2006), pp. 272-298.

Brian Martin and Iain Murray. The Parkin backfire. Social Alternatives, Vol. 24, No. 3, Third Quarter 2005, pp. 46-49, 70.

Brian Martin. Researching nonviolent action: past themes and future possibilities. Peace & Change, Vol. 30, No. 2, April 2005, pp. 247-270.

Brian Martin. Iraq attack backfire. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 39, No. 16, 17-23 April 2004, pp. 1577-1583.

Brian Martin. Defending without the military. In: Geoff Harris (ed.), Achieving Security in Sub-Saharan Africa: Cost Effective Alternatives to the Military (Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies, 2004), pp. 43-55. Reprinted, in a revised version, in Peace in North-East Asia, International Seminar, Seoul, Korea, 26-29 June 2005 (War Resisters' International, 2005), pp. 56-67 (in Korean) and pp. 144-156 (in English).

Brian Martin and Steve Wright. Countershock: mobilizing resistance to electroshock weapons. Medicine, Conflict and Survival, Vol. 19, No. 3, July-September 2003, pp. 205-222.

Brian Martin and Wendy Varney. Nonviolence and communication. Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 40, No. 2, March 2003, pp. 213-232.

Brian Martin. Nonviolence versus terrorism. Social Alternatives, Vol. 21, No. 2, Autumn 2002, pp. 6-9.

Brian Martin. Nonviolent futures. Futures, Vol. 33, 2001, pp. 625-635.

Brian Martin, Wendy Varney and Adrian Vickers. Political jiu-jitsu against Indonesian repression: studying lower-profile nonviolent resistance. Pacifica Review, Vol. 13, No. 2, June 2001, pp. 143-156.

Brian Martin and Wendy Varney. Nonviolent action and people with disabilities. Civilian-Based Defense, Vol. 15, No. 3, 2000, pp. 4-16.

Wendy Varney and Brian Martin. Lessons from the 1991 Soviet coup. Peace Research, Vol. 32, No. 1, February 2000, pp. 52-68.

Wendy Varney and Brian Martin. Net resistance, Net benefits: opposing MAI. Social Alternatives, Vol. 19, No. 1, January 2000, pp. 47-51.

Brian Martin. Nonviolence versus capitalism. Gandhi Marg, Vol. 21, No. 3, October-December 1999, pp. 283-312.

Brian Martin. Technology, violence, and peace. In: Lester R. Kurtz (editor-in-chief), Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict, Volume 3 (New York: Academic Press, 1999), pp. 447-459.

Brian Martin. Social defence strategy: the role of technology. Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 36, No. 5, January 1999, pp. 535-552.

Brian Martin. Whistleblowing and nonviolence. Peace and Change, Vol. 24, No. 3, January 1999, pp. 15-28.

Brian Martin. Science, technology and nonviolent action: the case for a utopian dimension in the social analysis of science and technology. Social Studies of Science, Vol. 27, 1997, pp. 439-463.

Brian Martin. Communication technology and nonviolent action. Media Development, Vol. 43, No. 2, 1996, pp. 3-9.

Schweik Action Wollongong (Alison Rawling, Lisa Schofield, Terry Darling and Brian Martin). Beyond military control. In: Versions of Freedom: An Anthology of Anarchism (Sydney: Visions of Freedom Collective, 1996), pp. 89-94.

Helen Gillett, Brian Martin and Chris Rust. Building in nonviolence: nonviolent struggle and the built environment. Civilian-Based Defense, Vol. 11, No. 3, Fall 1996, pp. 1, 4-7. Reprinted in Nonviolence Today, No. 53, January-March 1997, pp. 12-15.

Brian Martin. Possible pathologies of future social defence systems. Pacifica Review, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1995, pp. 61-68.

Schweik Action Wollongong (Lisa Schofield, Brian Martin, Rosie Wells, Terry Darling and Debra Keenahan). Social defence and community empowerment. Australian Social Work, Vol. 47, No. 1, March 1994, pp. 48-54.

Brian Martin. Science for non-violent struggle. Science and Public Policy, Vol. 19, No. 1, February 1992, pp. 55-58. Reprinted in Philosophy and Social Action, Vol. 18, No. 3, October-December 1992, pp. 7-12 and, in abridged form, in SANA Update, No. 104, October 1992, pp. 13-14.

Schweik Action Wollongong (Brian Martin, member). Telecommunications for nonviolent struggle. Nonviolence Today, No. 27, July/August 1992, pp. 19-23, and Civilian-Based Defense: News & Opinion, Vol. 7, No. 6, August 1992, pp. 7-10.

Brian Martin. Social defence: arguments and actions. In: Shelley Anderson and Janet Larmore (eds.), Nonviolent Struggle and Social Defence (London: War Resisters' International, 1991), pp. 81-141.

Brian Martin. Revolutionary social defence. Bulletin of Peace Proposals, Vol. 22, No. 1, March 1991, pp. 97-105.

Brian Martin. Politics after a nuclear crisis. Journal of Libertarian Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2, Fall 1990, pp. 69-78.

Brian Martin. Computing and war. Peace and Change, Vol. 14, No. 2, April 1989, pp. 203-222.

Brian Martin. Nonviolent deterrence. In Gordon Rodley (ed.), Beyond Deterrence (Sydney: Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Sydney, 1989), pp. 259-264.

Brian Martin. Gene Sharp's theory of power. Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 26, No. 2, 1989, pp. 213-222.

Brian Martin. Nuclear winter: science and politics. Science and Public Policy, Vol. 15, No. 5, October 1988, pp. 321-334.

Brian Martin. Lessons in nonviolence from the Fiji coups. Gandhi Marg, Vol. 10, No. 6, September 1988, pp. 326-339.

Brian Martin. The limitations of bilateral peace treaties. Social Alternatives, Vol. 7, No. 2, June 1988, pp. 37-41.

Brian Martin. Queensland versus Greenpeace: the Vega affair. Gijutsu to Ningen (Technology and Humanity), June 1988, pp. 71-79 (in Japanese).

Brian Martin. The Nazis and nonviolence. Social Alternatives, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 47-49 (August 1987). The Nazis and nonviolence (II). Social Alternatives, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 54-55 (April 1990).

Brian Martin. Social defence: elite reform or grassroots initiative? Social Alternatives, Vol. 6, No. 2, April 1987, pp. 19-23. Reprinted in Civilian-based Defense: News & Opinion, Vol. 4, No. 1, June 1987, pp. 1-5. Reprinted in Groundswell, No. 27, August-September 1987, pp. 3-6. Reprinted in Dutch in Geweldloos Aktief, Vol. 23, No. 2, June 1988, insert pp. 1-7. Reprinted in Anarchist Age Monthly Review, No. 13, January 1992, pp. 10-14.

Brian Martin. Nuclear disarmament is not enough. Peace Studies, No. 3, June-July 1986, pp. 36-39.

Brian Martin. Peace research: centre or periphery. Peace Studies, pp. 26-27, 49 (November-December 1985).

Brian Martin. The social construction of Australian peace movement demands. In: Paul Patton and Ross Poole (eds.), War/Masculinity (Sydney: Intervention Publications, 1985), pp. 87-99.

Brian Martin. Science, war and peace (I): building a lasting activism. Peace Studies, No. 7, pp. 9-12 (October 1984).

Brian Martin. Extinction politics. SANA Update, No. 16, pp. 5-6 (May 1984); Extinction politics revisited. SANA Update, No. 21, pp. 15-16 (October 1984).

Brian Martin. Social defence and the Indonesian military threat. Peace Studies, No. 4, pp. 5-8 (July 1984).

Brian Martin. Science and war. In: Arthur Birch (editor), Science Research in Australia (Canberra: Centre for Continuing Education, Australian National University, 1983), pp. 101-108.

Brian Martin. Social defence for Australia? In: Jim Falk (ed.), Preventing Nuclear War: Australia's Role (Wollongong: University of Wollongong, 1982), pp. 56-60.

Brian Martin. The global health effects of nuclear war. Current Affairs Bulletin, Vol. 59, No. 7, December 1982, pp. 14-26.

Brian Martin. Grassroots action for peace. Social Alternatives, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 77-82 (October 1982). A version appeared in Japanese: Crisis, No. 15, pp. 73-81 (1983), and in Swedish, in: Jan Øberg (ed), Forsvar for en Karnvapenfri Varld (Defending a Nuclear-free World) (Stockholm: Wahlstrom & Widstrand, 1983), pp. 211-222.

Brian Martin. Critique of nuclear extinction. Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 19, No. 4, pp. 287-300 (1982).

Brian Martin. How the peace movement should be preparing for nuclear war. Bulletin of Peace Proposals, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 149-159 (June 1982).

Brian Martin. Mobilising against nuclear war: the insufficiency of knowledge and logic. Social Alternatives, Vol. 1, nos 6-7, pp. 6-11 (June 1980).

Guest-edited journal issue

Brian Martin (ed.), Philosophy and Social Action, vol. 17, no. 3-4, July-December 1991.
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Other articles

Brian Martin. Safeguarding your group. Chain Reaction, No. 101, December 2007, pp. 31-33.

Brian Martin. Activism, social and political. In: Gary L. Anderson and Kathryn G. Herr (eds.), Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2007), pp. 19-27.

Brian Martin. Schweik in Wollongong. FriedensForum: Zeitschrift der Friedensbewegung, No. 3, June/July 2006, pp. 39-40 (in German, translated by Hanna Poddig).

Brian Martin. Globalising nonviolence: overcoming the obstacles. Forum Pazifismus: Zeitschrift für Theorie und Praxis der Gewaltfreiheit, No. 10, II/2006, pp. 8-12 (in German, translated by Kai-Uwe Dosch).

Brian Martin. Terrorism: ethics, effectiveness and enemies. Social Alternatives, Vol. 23, No. 2, Second Quarter 2004, pp. 36-37.

Schweik Action Wollongong [Brian Martin, Sharon Callaghan and Yasmin Rittau, with Chris Fox]. Nonviolence insights. Social Alternatives, Vol. 23, No. 2, Second Quarter 2004, pp. 70-76.

Brian Martin. Rallying support. Peace News, March-May 2003, pp. 32-33.

Brian Martin. Activism after nuclear war? TFF (Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research),, 3 September 2002.

Schweik Action Wollongong (Sharon Callaghan, Chris Fox, Brian Martin and Yasmin Rittau). Feminists look at civilian-based defense. Civilian-Based Defense, Vol. 16, No. 1, Spring 2001, pp. 3-12.

Brian Martin and Wendy Varney. Convivial media. M/C Reviews, 12 April 2000. <>

Schweik Action Wollongong (Brian Martin and Yasmin Rittau with Sharon Callaghan, Chris Fox and Rosie Wells). Strengthening communication in groups. Nonviolence Today, No. 60, September-December 1998, pp. 15-17 and Peace News, February 1999, pp. 12-13.

Robert Burrowes, Brian Martin and Rebecca Spence. Research questions on nonviolence. Nonviolence Today, No. 49, March/April 1996, pp. 8-11.

Brian Martin. Nonviolent action in fiction. Civilian-Based Defense, Vol. 10, No. 2, Summer 1995, p. 8.

Brian Martin. Comments on Shanti Sahyog's International Campaign for Nonviolence. Civilian-Based Defense, Vol. 9, Nos. 3 & 4, Autumn/Winter 1994, p. 4.

Brian Martin. Engineers and nonviolent struggle. Civil Engineers Australia, Vol. 65, No. 14, December 1993, pp. 36-37.

Brian Martin. Impressions of the Dutch social defence network. Nonviolence Today, No. 34, September/October 1993, pp. 16-18; Civilian-Based Defense, Vol. 8, No. 6, Winter 1993-94, pp. 2-5.

Brian Martin. Assessing the Gulf Peace Team. Nonviolence Today, No. 22, August-September 1991, pp. 6-7.

Brian Martin. Nonviolence against hypocrisy: setting agendas for social defence. Nonviolence Today, No. 19, February-March 1991, p. 12. Reprinted in Australian Peace Education and Research Association News Bulletin, March 1991, p. 5. Reprinted in edited form in Italian as: La nonviolenza contro l'ipocrisia. Mosaico, March 1991, pp. 3-4. Revised version published as: Gulf War shows it's time to set our own agenda. Peace News, July 1991, p. 2.

Brian Martin. Nonviolent struggle and social defence: 3-7 April 1990, Bradford, England. Conference report. Nonviolence Today, No. 15, pp. 13-15 (June-July 1990).

Alison Rawling, Lisa Schofield, Terry Darling and Brian Martin. The Australian Post Office and social defence. Nonviolence Today, No. 14, April-May 1990, pp. 6-8.

Brian Martin. CBD - taking stock. Civilian-based Defense: News & Opinion, Vol. 6, No. 1, p. 3 (July-August 1989).

Lisa Schofield, Brian Martin and Terry Darling. Resist repressive regimes. Nonviolence Today, No. 5, pp. 8-9 (October-November 1988).

Claire Runciman and Brian Martin. Peace questionnaire. Bogong, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 7, 12-14 (March-April 1983).

Brian Martin. Goals and methods in the Australian peace movement. ACFOA Research and Information Service paper 12/82, 5 pp. (December 1982). A shortened version appeared in Chain Reaction, No. 28, p. 20 (Winter 1982).

Brian Martin. Communications in a political or military crisis: a focus for social action. Bogong, Vol. 3, No. 6, pp. 14-15 (September-October 1982).

Brian Martin. Notes on non-violent defence. In: Jill Taylor and Bob James (eds.), Review of Libertarian Politics and Alternative Lifestyles (Lewisham, 1980), pp. 26-27.

Unpublished conference paper

Brian Martin. Socialism without the military. Socialist Scholars Conference, Sydney, 28 September - 1 October 1990.


"The David Kelly mystery", review of Norman Baker, The Strange Death of David Kelly, in The Whistle (Newsletter of Whistleblowers Australia), No. 55, July 2008, pp. 14-15.

Review of Kurt Schock, Unarmed Insurrections: People Power Movements in Nondemocracies, in Peace & Change, volume 32, number 1, January 2007, pp. 99-101.

Review of April Carter, Direct Action and Democracy Today, in Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 43, No. 4, July 2006, p. 492.

Review of Michael Randle, ed, Challenge to Nonviolence, in Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 41, No. 5, September 2004, p. 645.

Review of Krishna Mallick and Doris Hunter, eds, An Anthology of Nonviolence: Historical and Contemporary Voices, in Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 40, No. 5, September 2003, p. 613.

Review of Roland Bleiker, Popular Dissent, Human Agency and Global Politics, in Social Alternatives, Vol. 20, No. 1, January 2001, pp. 68-70.

"Nonviolent defence: Robert Burrowes' approach," review of Robert Burrowes, The Strategy of Nonviolent Defense, in Nonviolence Today, No. 55, July/August 1997, pp. 19-22; a shortened version appeared in Gandhi Marg, Vol. 19, No. 1, April-June 1997, pp. 107-112.

"Spying on your calls," review of Nicky Hager, Secret Power: New Zealand's Role in the International Spy Network, in Green Left Weekly, 30 July 1997, p. 27.

Critique of violent rationales. A review article of Howard Ryan, Critique of Nonviolent Politics: From Mahatma Gandhi to the Anti-Nuclear Movement, in Pacifica Review, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1997, pp. 83-91; reprinted in Nonviolence Today, No. 55, July/August 1997, pp. 15-19.

Review of Michael Shuman and Julia Sweig (eds.), Conditions of Peace: An Inquiry and Roger C. Peace III, A Just and Lasting Peace: The U.S. Peace Movement from the Cold War to Desert Storm, in Social Anarchism, No. 20, 1995, pp. 99-102.

Review of Michael Randle, Civil Resistance, in Social Alternatives, Vol. 13, Nos. 3 & 4, October 1994, p. 59.

Essay review of Patricia Meehan, The Unnecessary War, in Nonviolence Today, No. 39, July/August 1994, pp. 16-18.

"Crimes of authority and obedience", review of Ronald D. Crelinsten and Alex P. Schmid (eds.), The Politics of Pain: Torturers and their Masters, in Green Left, 18 May 1994, p. 29.

Review of Michael Bess, Realism, Utopia, and the Mushroom Cloud: Four Activist Intellectuals and their Strategies for Peace, 1945-1989: Louise Weiss (France), Leo Szilard (USA), E. P. Thompson (England), Danilo Dolci (Italy), in Scientists for Global Responsibility Update, No. 6, Summer 1994, pp. 13-14.

Review of Gary Smith and StJohn Kettle (eds.), Threats Without Enemies: Rethinking Australia's Security, in Social Alternatives, Vol. 12, No. 3, October 1993, pp. 54-55.

"Learning about 'nonviolent struggle': lessons from Steven Huxley," essay review of Steven Huxley, Constitutionalist Insurgency in Finland, in Nonviolence Today, No. 22, August-September 1991, pp. 11-14.

Review of Robert A. Irwin, Building a Peace System, in Nonviolence Today, No. 20, April/May 1991, p. 20.

Brian Martin. Left or left behind?: Heller and Feher on the peace movement. Monthly Review, Vol. 41, No. 8, January 1990, pp. 56-62. Essay review of Doomsday or Deterrence? by Agnes Heller and Ferenc Feher.

Review of Liane Ellison Norman, Hammer of Justice: Molly Rush and the Plowshares Eight, in Nonviolence Today, No. 17, October-November 1990, pp. 20-21.

"The pitfalls of nonviolent revolution," review of Geoffrey Ostergaard, Nonviolent Revolution in India, in Nonviolence Today, No. 2, pp. 16-17 (April-May 1988).

Review of Alex P. Schmid, Social Defence and Soviet Military Power, in Nonviolence Today, No. 1, pp. 18-19 (February-March 1988); also in Civilian-Based Defense: News & Opinion, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 6-11 (May 1988).

Review of Gene Sharp, Making Europe Unconquerable, in Social Anarchism, No. 12, pp. 54-56 (1986-1987).

Review of M. Denborough (ed.), Australia and Nuclear War, in Australian Physicist, Vol. 21, p. 242 (November 1984).

"Useful work, but need for a broader perspective," review of D. A. V. Fischer, Nuclear Issues, in ANU Reporter, Vol. 13, No. 4, p. 6 (9 April 1982).

"Bombs in paradise," review of Jim Albertini et al., The Dark Side of Paradise, in Bogong, Vol. 1, No. 7-8, p. 15 (December 1980--February 1981).

Newspaper articles

Brian Martin. Governments are terrorists' best teachers. Illawarra Mercury, 5 February 2003, p. 21.

Brian Martin. A nonviolent plan to oust Saddam. Illawarra Mercury, 3 October 2002, p. 20. Also published as "Ousting Saddam without using violence" by TFF (Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research),, 4 October 2002.

Brian Martin. Killing and revolution. Green Left, 1 April 1998, p. 15.

Brian Martin. Gun control and social revolution. Green Left, 4 September 1996, p. 14.

Brian Martin. In defence of research prioritising [submitted as "Questioning research priorities"], Australian, 23 November 1994, p. 34.

Brian Martin. How to eliminate the Indonesian 'threat.' Green Left, 15 April 1992, p. 11.

Brian Martin. Lessons from the Gulf crisis. Tribune, 30 January 1991, p. 11.

Brian Martin. Gulf's front-line peace camp. Illawarra Mercury, 1 January 1991, p. 6.

Brian Martin. Gun law critics need more firepower. Advertiser, 16 March 1988, p. 8.

Brian Martin. Armageddon: would we survive it? Illawarra Mercury, 11 April 1987, p. 12.

Brian Martin. Who are the real communist dupes? Canberra Times, 8 November 1986, p. 2. Also published as: The myth of the military threat. Illawarra Mercury, 13 November 1986, p. 11.

Brian Martin. Social defence: concept to conquer world war. Canberra Times, 2 December 1982, p. 18. Reprinted in Green Alliance Newsletter, No. 9, 1983, pp. 25-26.


No need for violence: peaceful methods work. AVPQ Newsletter (Alternatives to Violence Project Queensland), December 2007, pp. 4-5.

Interview with Dr. Brian Martin, by Ali., 2006. In English and Farsi.

Related articles by other authors

Mary Cawte. Making radio into a tool for war. Unpublished paper, 1996.

A. H. Heering. Public administration under foreign occupation. English translation of an article published in Dutch in Bestuurswetenschappen, 1983.