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Francis Mulhern: A Tory Tribune?

Francis Mulhern on Ferdinand Mount, English Voices: Lives, Landscapes, Laments. The literary and political sensibility of Britain’s most independent-minde...   [ continue reading...]

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Julian Stallabrass: Memory and Icons

Fate of the photographic icon of war in the age of embedded journalism and the digital camera: why so few images of the conquest of Iraq are recollected, and so...   [ continue reading...]

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Alice Bamford: In the Wake of Trilling

Alice Bamford on Amanda Anderson, Bleak Liberalism. Rehabilitating intellectual oracles of the Cold War in the service of a tragic ethos and pragmatic politics,...   [ continue reading...]

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Perry Anderson: The Centre Can Hold

How did Emmanuel Macron become President of France virtually overnight? What are the likely consequences of his rule? The long epoch of collusive alternation be...   [ continue reading...]

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Tim Barker: Calmly on the Universal Bugbear

Tim Barker on John Judis, The Populist Explosion: How the Great Recession Transformed American and European Politics. Virtues and paradoxes of a level-headed an...   [ continue reading...]

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Tom Hazeldine: Revolt of the Rustbelt

The historical geography of Ukania’s referendum on the EU, pitting London and Scotland, along with Northern Ireland, against every region of England outsi...   [ continue reading...]

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Owen Hatherley: Comparing Capitals

In a time of fashionable talk of ‘global cities’, Göran Therborn has produced an antithetical panorama of the capital cities of the world, acro...   [ continue reading...]

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Patricia McManus: Happy Dystopians

Fears of mass culture generating visions of rule not by fear, but by the narcotics of conformity and abolition of privacy, in the fiction of Huxley and Eggers&m...   [ continue reading...]

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Rohana Kuddus: The Ghosts of 1965

Half a century after the massacres that wiped out Indonesian communism, and twenty years since the arrival of electoral democracy, how far does the legacy of Su...   [ continue reading...]

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Emma Fajgenbaum: An Aphorist of the Cinema

Emma Fajgenbaum on Robert Bresson, Notes on the Cinematograph and Bresson on Bresson. The lapidary sayings and injunctions to the self, admiring interviews and...   [ continue reading...]

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John Grahl: A New Economics

John Grahl on Anwar Shaikh, Capitalism: Competition, Conflict, Crises. An ambitious recasting of economic thought, from classical political economy to the mathe...   [ continue reading...]

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Carlos Sardiña Galache: Arakan Divided

Carlos Sardiña Galache on Azeem Ibrahim, The Rohingyas: Inside Myanmar’s Hidden Genocide and Khin Maung Saw, Behind the Mask: The Truth Behind the...   [ continue reading...]

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Gopal Balakrishnan: Counterstrike West

Conceptions of a revolution from the right in the era of European fascism, and an activist overcoming of conservative dejection at the fate of the West. Politic...   [ continue reading...]

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Joshua Rahtz: The Soul of the Eurozone

The character, career and intellectual output of Europe’s most consequential politician, Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble—lon...   [ continue reading...]

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Jennifer Quist: Laurelled Lives

What literary credentials are required for consecration by the Swedish Academy? How Western liberalism reproduces itself in a set of standardized ideological an...   [ continue reading...]

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Wolfgang Streeck: The Return of the Repressed

Is the long reign of neo-liberalism coming to an end, struck by the untoward blows of Brexit, Trump and spread of populist insurgencies across Europe, as victim...   [ continue reading...]

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Cinzia Arruzza: Italy's Refusal

Hailed for bucking the trend of electoral collapse for the neoliberal centre left, Matteo Renzi’s PD suffered an ignominous defeat in his December 2016 re...   [ continue reading...]

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Mike Davis: Election 2016

Opening an nlr symposium on the us transition, Mike Davis argues the vote was not a critical realignment but a razor-thin margin for the Republican, mobilizing...   [ continue reading...]

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Perry Anderson: Passing the Baton

Leaving the White House with record ratings, why couldn’t Obama’s efforts secure it for his former Secretary of State? The legacy that helped Drumpf...   [ continue reading...]

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Dylan Riley: American Brumaire?

The electoral watersheds of 2016 signalled a rejection of the global-neoliberal formula of rule, but no viable establishment alternative exists. In its absence,...   [ continue reading...]

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