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- Alastair Buchan: The Hon. Alastair Francis Buchan CBE was a leading writer on defence studies in the 1970s.
- also known as Alastair Francis Buchan
- born in (98 years ago), child of John Buchan
- died in (40 years ago)
- written works: "Can international relations be professed?", "Arms and stability in Europe", "Europe and America, from alliance to coalition", "Power and equilibrium in the 1970s", "War in modern society", "China and the peace of Asia", "The future of NATO", "The Atlantic papers", "NATO today", "NATO in the 1960's", "Conflict and communication", "The spare chancellor", "Change without war", "Twenty-five years, 1919-44", "The implications of a European system for defence technology", "PENCIL, PAPER AND STARS", "The end of the postwar era", "Short-handed Sailing", "Nautical Calculation Companion"
- Alastair Buchan: Professor Alastair Buchan is a neurologist and researcher in stroke medicine. His main research interest has always been how to make neuroprotection a reality in the clinic. Since October 2008 he has served as the Head of the Medical Sciences Division at the University of Oxford.
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