Alan Warde (University of Manchester) There are few more important political issues of the 21st century than the making of arrangements [...]Read more
Category "Issue 12"
Viewpoint: The Future of Human Rights in India
Roger Jeffery (University of Edinburgh) In May 2014, to the surprise of many commentators, India’s Bharatiya Janata Party – the BJP [...]Read more
On the Frontline: Poverty, Opium and Militarisation in Modern Burma’s Golden Triangle
Ta’ang National Liberation Army soldiers taking tea break during village meeting (Photo: Alec Scott) Alec Scott (Burma Campaign, UK) In the past [...]Read more
Policy Briefing: Scotland’s Health – Could independence help rescue the ‘sick man of Europe’?
Kat Smith, Jeff Collin, Mark Hellowell and Rob Ralston (University of Edinburgh) In the Scottish government White Paper setting out [...]Read more
Euroscepticism – what is the stance of young Germans and Britons?
Robert Grimm (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Marius Guderjan (Humboldt University) Eurosceptic parties across the EU have never been more successful than [...]Read more
A country called Europe? A cartographic story of a continent united in diversity
Dimitris Ballas (University of Sheffield), Danny Dorling (University of Oxford), Benjamin Hennig (University of Oxford) “… we must re-create the European [...]Read more
Scotland: State and Devolution…but not Revolution…as yet?
Gerry Mooney (The Open University in Scotland) In the debate on Scottish independence there has been much emphasis on policy architecture, [...]Read more
Some Run for Office, Others Run for the Hills: The Extreme-Right, Racism and Anti-Government Enmity in America
Image: Frazier Glenn Miller Aaron Winter (UEL) Much recent discussion has focused on the rise of what has been termed the far- [...]Read more
Ageing, Migration and Intergenerational Relations in Rural China
Jieyu Liu (SOAS, University of London) While population ageing is now a common feature of many societies, research has tended to [...]Read more
Robbing the People’s Bank: The plight of the Orang Asli at Tasik Chini, Pahang Malaysia
Jonathan Parker and Sara Ashencaen Crabtree (University of Bournemouth) Malaysia’s drive to become a ‘developed nation’ by 2020 is unwittingly devastating [...]Read more