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, 12 September
About: Sandrine Revet, Les coulisses du monde des catastrophes « naturelles...
China’s Digital Nationalism and the Hong Kong Protests
, 5 September
An Interview with Florian Schneider
Foreign and Familiar
Camille de Vulpillières
, 26 August
About: Michel Agier, L’Étranger qui vient. Repenser l’hospitalité,...
Books & ideas
Summertime, and Reading Is Easy
The editorial team
, 12 August
A Summer Selection
Islam and Politics in Indonesia
Tuty Raihanah Mostarom
, 8 July
Indonesia is known to be the most-populated Muslim-majority country in the...
Participation Against Democracy
, 1 July
The historically informed study of participatory mechanisms in the Indian...
The Politics of Antibiotics
, 30 May
An interview with Ramanan Laxminarayan
British Protectionism Through the Ages
, 9 May
An Interview with David Todd
Prostitution and Statebuilding
, 18 April
Elizabeth Remick’s study uncovers gender relationships in early 20th century...
Making Refuge in a Neoliberal Country
, 4 April
An Interview with Catherine Besteman
Advocating for Climate Equity
, 1 April
Climate change does not affect all of us equally. Developed countries are...
The Well-Kept Secrets of International Finance
, 21 March
In her exploration of the world of wealth management, Brooke Harrington...
The Planned Depletion of Fish Stocks
, 18 March
The depletion of global fish resources is less the result of anarchic...
A Turbulent Decade
, 18 February
The 2008 financial crisis revealed significant frailties within global...
Northern Ireland and Brexit
, 31 January
How will the different regions in the UK be impacted by Brexit? Mary C....
Japanoise: Affect at the Edge of Music
Edouard Degay Delpeuch
, 29 November 2018
An Interview with David Novak
The Colour of Law
, 26 November 2018
A new anthology provides French translations of key texts in the field of...
The Social Diplomacy of Multinational Corporations
, 19 November 2018
Just as an international treaty on the social responsibility of...
Forcing Vaccine Progress
, 8 November 2018
Financial interests and health policies in the Philippines
How Oracles Are Forged
, 5 November 2018
The prophecy of an African scramble for Europe
Prisoners on Strike in the United States
, 15 October 2018
The Unionization Strategy Put to the Test
An Anti-Gender Europe
Magali Della Sudda
, 24 September 2018
This panorama of the mobilizations against homosexual marriage in twelve...
Scotland: Nation, Enlightenment and Empire
Clarisse Godard Desmarest
, 13 September 2018
A new exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh...
Liberalism, between War and Peace
, 6 September 2018
An Interview with Michael Doyle, Part 2
In the Land of Vegetarians
, 5 July 2018
In India, the ban on meat-based diets is still linked to an obligation of...
Some Kind of Pope
, 18 June 2018
On the 5th anniversary of Pope Francis’ election to the throne of St. Peter,...
The Kurdish Internationale
Massoud Sharifi Dryaz
, 14 June 2018
What are the PKK’s historical lines of rupture and continuity from its...
Words and Matter. America and Europe
Susan Carol Rogers
, 17 May 2018
In his latest book, Emmanuel Désveaux proposes to combine the cultural...
Rethinking Odious Debt
, 19 March 2018
The doctrine of ‘odious debt’ has often been invoked to call for the...
The Enigma of Peronism
, 5 March 2018
Peronism, a political and social movement, has structured life in Argentina...
Personifying the Whanganui River
, 21 December 2017
Ecological Solution or Political Stratagem?
Pinochet and the Chicago School
, 11 September 2017
An Interview with Manuel Gárate
How to Prepare for the Inevitable
, 10 July 2017
An Interview with Eric Calais
Desegregating the Understanding of Music
, 26 June 2017
In this comprehensive study of music rooted in the Southern part of...
Kaesong, Caught between Two Koreas
, 19 June 2017
In February 2016, South Korea decided to close the inter-Korean Kaesong...
, 15 May 2017
On the protests in South African universities
The Great American Plots
, 8 May 2017
Our internet-driven world has given conspiracy theories a new lease of...
, 20 April 2017
Playing with shade and light, The Coal Nation explores the cultural...
Rising Above Racism
, 17 April 2017
What responses does racial stigma awaken in its victims? Researching in...
, 10 April 2017
Since Narenda Modi, the strongman of Hindu nationalism, was elected prime...
The Subversive Power of the Migrant
, 2 March 2017
In his 2015 book, The Figure of the Migrant, Thomas Nail offers a reverse...
The Thwarted Flows of Bengal
, 27 February 2017
Reflections on the India-Bangladesh Border
Jordan and Syrian Refugees
, 20 February 2017
While the spotlight is focused on the arrival of Syrian refugees in Europe,...
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