Find out about the latest books written by LSE Government academics, with videos from the authors discussing their research.
MSc student Bryan Mutiso provides a comprehensive review of the ‘Nations Torn Asunder’ LSE Literary Festival event, which took place on Thursday 23 February 2017.
The question of what makes civil wars so attractive, in the context of the supposed change in the nature of warfare post-WWII, was lucidly discussed at the LSE Literary Festival event ‘Nations Torn Asunder’.
Bill Kissane, […]
Bill Kissane discusses his latest book ‘Nations Torn Asunder – The Challenge of Civil War‘
Brian Klaas discusses his new book ‘The Despot’s Accomplice – How the West is Aiding and Abetting the Decline of Democracy’.
Leigh Jenco talks about her new book ‘Changing Referents – Learning Across Space and Time in China and The West,’ published by Oxford University Press.
Steffen Hertog presents his new book, Engineers of Jihad co-authored with Diego Gambetta, in a recent interview with the LSE Middle East Centre.
John Chalcraft talks about his new book ‘Popular Politics in the Making of the Modern Middle East‘, published by Cambridge University Press.