CCW is not simply a research centre. We seek to exchange knowledge, emit the findings of our research at the same time as we collect and analyse developments in the field. While individual scholarship is at the heart of CCW, the dissemination of this scholarship both within the academic community and beyond is core to achieving the objectives of influencing policy and challenging thinking.
We have significant experience in producing and editing journal articles and major publications. Some 17 titles have now been published in the CCW series with Oxford University Press, including The Changing Character of War (2011). Books have been published by our CCW authors include Robert Johnson’s The Great War and the Middle East, Annette Idler’s Borderland Battles (2019), Andrew Monaghan’s Power in Modern Russia (2017) and Sir John Kiszely’s Norway Campaign, which won the Duke of Wellington Medal for Military History.