2016: Volume 9 Issue 1

Reassessing the Authoritarianism-Political Violence Nexus Violence and democracy are not given social phenomena. They are contested, ever changing concepts. In a recent and polemic statement, David Cameron, leader of the United Kingdom’s Conservative Party and current prime-minister, declared Jeremy Corbyn a ‘threat to national security’ (Jones 2015). Cameron did not refer to a convicted criminal, the […]

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2014: Volume 8 Issue 2

The vector of austerity and the lost path to recovery: Implications for European integration and cohesion The EU, and in particular the Eurozone, has been hard hit by the global financial and economic crisis, trying to alleviate its consequences by balancing of national budgets and the concomitant austerity measures. The current issue is aimed at […]

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2014: Volume 8 Issue 1

Critical Politics in Times of Anxiety This issue of Political Perspectives emerges out of the 11th Aberystwyth-Lancaster Graduate Colloquium (ALGC), which was held at the University of Manchester on the 5th-7th June 2013. Established by Jenny Edkins and Michael Dillon, the ALGC is an annual event designed to provide postgraduate students with an interest in […]

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2013: Volume 7 Issue 2

Unfolding the political: Voices of aesthetics and emotions

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2013: Volume 7 Issue 1

World Politics and Foreign Policy explored from the Non-State level: Policy Institutions, Networks and Researchers

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2012: Volume 6 Issue 2

Latin American foreign policy beyond the United States

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