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Table of Contents (20 Articles)

24-02-2022 | COMMENT

Should the USA Offer Reparations to Africa for the Transatlantic Slave Trade?
Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann

Open Access 26-04-2022 | Original Article

Austerity, Short-term Economic Recovery and Public Perception of Immigration in Ireland
Mathew Creighton, Egle Gusciute, Frances McGinnity

06-04-2022 | Original Article

An Evolutionary Institutionalist Explanation of the Philippines’ Militaristic COVID-19 Approach
Anzelwise Y. Paras

28-03-2022 | Original Article

What is Remembered in Pandemic: A Commentary on the Mediated Memories of Piety in COVID-19
Arya Parakkate Vijayaraghavan, Dishari Chattaraj

25-03-2022 | Original Article

Secrecy and Googling a Parent: A Contemporary Analysis of Parental Incarceration
Marcus Shaw

20-03-2022 | COMMENT

The Use of Federal Criminal Law to Enforce Moral Sensibilities – A Critical Review
Tai H. Park

09-03-2022 | Original Article

“Living-Dead”: The Transformative Power of Educating the Body
Mohammad Golam Nabi Mozumder

28-02-2022 | Original Article

A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach to Mixed-Gender Friendship in the Saudi Context: The Case of the Twitter Platform
Abdulaziz Al-Qahtani

14-02-2022 | Original Article

Perception of Fairness in Household Labor Division: The Effect of Gender Values, Relationship Dynamics, and Culture
Sümeyra Tosun

11-07-2022 | Quassim Cassam replies to two reviews of his latest book Extremism: A Philosophical Analysis (2021)

Quassim Cassam, Extremism: A Philosophical Analysis
Routledge, 2021, 454 pp., ISBN: 978-0367343873
Elizabeth Frazer

20-06-2022 | Quassim Cassam replies to two reviews of his latest book Extremism: A Philosophical Analysis (2021)

Quassim Cassam: Extremism: A Philosophical Analysis
Routledge, 2021, 454 pp., ISBN: 978-0367343873
Daniel Gordon

11-07-2022 | Quassim Cassam replies to two reviews of his latest book Extremism: A Philosophical Analysis (2021)

Replies to Elizabeth Frazer and Daniel Gordon
Quassim Cassam

27-05-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Michael Rosen, The Shadow of God: Kant, Hegel, and the Passage from Heaven to History
Harvard University Press, 2022, 384 pp., ISBN: 978-0674244610
Julian Young

27-06-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

John Bew, Citizen Clem: A Biography of Attlee
Riverrun. 2016, 668 pp., ISBN: 978-1780879925
Pat Thane

06-07-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Eugene Linden, Fire & Flood: A People’s History of Climate Change, from 1979 to the Present
Allen Lane, 2022, 291 pp., ISBN: 978-0241565551
John Sweeney

26-07-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Johann Hari, Chasing the Scream: The Search for the Truth About Addiction
Bloomsbury Publishing, London, 2019 pbk; first published 2015, 413pp., ISBN PB 978-1-5266-0836-9
Susanne MacGregor

08-07-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Michael Zürn, Theory of Global Governance: Authority, Legitimacy and Contestation
Oxford University Press, 2018, 336 pp, ISBN: 978-0198819981
Jan Zielonka

20-06-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Book Reviews
Marie McGinn

28-06-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Fintan O’ Toole, We Don’t Know Ourselves: A Personal History of Ireland Since 1958
London: Head of Zeus, 616 pp., ISBN: 978-1784978297
Maurice Walsh

13-07-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Sergei Guriev and Daniel Treisman, Spin Dictators: The Changing Face of Tyranny in the 21st Century
Princeton University Press, 2022, 340 pp., ISBN: 978-0-691-21141-1
Richard Sakwa

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