Hungarian Conservative

David Martin Jones

David Martin Jones

Dr David Martin Jones was the Director of Research at the Danube Institute until his untimely passing in April 2024. He held a Visiting Professorships in War Studies at King’s College London and the University of Buckingham, UK. He had graduated from the London School of Economics and taught at the National University of Singapore, the University of Tasmania, and the University of Queensland. He authored and co-authored 11 books with major academic presses. His recent publications include History’s Fools, the Pursuit of Idealism and the Revenge of Politics (2020) and The Strategy of Maoism in the West (2022). His essays on political development and political violence have appeared inter alia in International Affairs, Comparative Politics, Orbis, Quadrant, International Security, The National Interest and The Critic.
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