Norman Moss


Norman Moss has worked as a journalist for both British and American media. He has worked as a sub-editor and reporter for Reuters and on the Paris edition of the Daily Mail. He began broadcasting on the Today programme on Radio 4, and has done many features and radio documentaries for the BBC. He also broadcast in America, and was Chief European Correspondent of Metromedia Radio News, an American radio news service. He was a research associate at the Centre for Defence Studies, King’s College, London, researching climate change politics.

He is the author of:

  • Men Who Play God: the Story of the Hydrogen Bomb, 1968
  • A British-American Dictionary, 1972 (revised editions 1982, 1990, 1994)
  • The Pleasures of Deception, 1976.
  • The Politics of Uranium, 1982.
  • Klaus Fuchs: the Man Who Stole the Atom Bomb, 1987
  • Managing the Planet: the Politics of the New Millennium, 2000..
  • Nineteen Weeks: Britain, America and the Fateful Summer of 1940, 2004.
  • Picking Up the Reins, America, Britain and the Postwar World. 2008
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