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Table of Contents (19 Articles)

25-04-2022 | ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Hong Kong Universities in the Shadow of the National Security Law
Peter Baehr

23-03-2022 | Original Article

Land-Related Conflicts and the Nature of Government Responses in Africa: The Case of Farmer-Herder Crises in Nigeria
Michael I. Ugwueze, J. Tochukwu Omenma, Felicia O. Okwueze

20-03-2022 | Commentary

Changes in the EU’s Geopolitical Position and Energy Doctrine in Light of the Ukraine Invasion
Petr Polak, Barbora Polakova

Open Access 11-05-2022 | Original Article

Erosions, Ruptures, and the Ending of International Orders: Putin’s Invasion of Ukraine in Historical Perspective
William Mulligan

25-05-2022 | Forum Article: Russian Regress: Reading Victor Zaslavsky in a Time of War

Russian Regress: Reading Victor Zaslavsky in a Time of War
Judith Adler

23-05-2022 | Forum Article: Russian Regress: Reading Victor Zaslavsky in a Time of War

Oaks and Class Struggle
Victor Zaslavsky

26-05-2022 | Forum Article: Russian Regress: Reading Victor Zaslavsky in a Time of War

Shalamov’s New Prose
Victor Zaslavsky

31-05-2022 | Forum Article: Russian Regress: Reading Victor Zaslavsky in a Time of War

A Testimony of the Great Terror Preface to the Italian Edition of Yulia Pyatnitskaya, Diary of a Bolshevik’s Wife
Victor Zaslavsky

26-05-2022 | Forum Article. Russian Regress: Reading Victor Zaslavsky in a Time of War

Censorship in the Soviet Union
Victor Zaslavsky

17-05-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Kei Hiruta, Hannah Arendt and Isaiah Berlin: Freedom, Politics and Humanity
Princeton University Press, 2021, 277 pp., ISBN: 9780691182261
Jeremy Waldron

17-05-2022 | Book Review

Brett Christophers, Who Owns the Economy and Who Pays for It?
Verso, 2020, xxxvi + 476 pp., ISBN: 978-1-78873-972-6
Pat Hudson

17-05-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Michael Ignatieff, On Consolation: Finding Solace in Dark Times
Picador, London, 2021, 284 pp., ISBN: 978-1529053777
Eoghan Smith

19-05-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Peter Hennessy, A Duty of Care: Britain Before and After Covid
Allen Lane, 2022, pp. 256., ISBN: 978-0241491942
Patricia Thane

18-05-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Gil Loescher, Refugees: A Very Short Introduction
Oxford University Press, 2021, 152 pp. ISBN: 978-0198811787
Mayte Martin

25-05-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Joshua L. Cherniss, Liberalism in Dark Times: The Liberal Ethos in the Twentieth Century
Princeton University Press, 2022 320 Pp., ISBN: 978-0691217031
Warren Breckman

Open Access 24-05-2022 | Book Review

Georg Prochnik: Heinrich Heine: Writing the Revolution
Yale University Press, 2020, 319 Pp., ISBN: 9780300236545
Andreas Hess

27-05-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Damian Tambini: Media Freedom
Polity Press, 2021, 236 pp., ISBN: 978-1509544691
Paul Wragg

17-05-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Robert B. Brandom, A Spirit of Trust: A Reading of Hegel’s Phenomenology
Belknap Press, 2019, 836 pp. ISBN: 978-0674976818
Joshua Ben David Nichols

16-05-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Helen Thompson, Disorder: Hard Times in the Twenty-First Century
Oxford University Press: 2022, 347 pp., ISBN: 978-0-19-886,498-1
Michael Laver