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    Long Read Review: Drug Dealer, MD: How Doctors were Duped, Patients got Hooked and Why it’s So Hard to Stop by Anna Lembke

Long Read Review: Drug Dealer, MD: How Doctors were Duped, Patients got Hooked and Why it’s So Hard to Stop by Anna Lembke

In Drug Dealer, MD: How Doctors were Duped, Patients got Hooked and Why it’s So Hard to Stop, Anna […]

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    Long Read Review: Crisis in Sports Governance: Exploring Anti-Doping Policy and Other Battlegrounds (Part Two)

Long Read Review: Crisis in Sports Governance: Exploring Anti-Doping Policy and Other Battlegrounds (Part Two)

Crisis in Sports Governance: Exploring Anti-Doping Policy and Other Battlegrounds (Part Two)
The world of sport is facing a serious […]

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    Long Read Review: Crisis in Sports Governance: Exploring Anti-Doping Policy and Other Battlegrounds (Part One)

Long Read Review: Crisis in Sports Governance: Exploring Anti-Doping Policy and Other Battlegrounds (Part One)

Crisis in Sports Governance: Exploring Anti-Doping Policy and Other Battlegrounds (Part One)

The world of sport is facing a serious […]

Feature: Academic Book Week 2017 at LSE Library

23-28 January 2017 is Academic Book Week, celebrating the value, variety and transformations of the academic book. To mark […]

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    Black History Month 2016: Eslanda Robeson – Acting, Activism, Africa and LSE by Sherese R. Taylor

Black History Month 2016: Eslanda Robeson – Acting, Activism, Africa and LSE by Sherese R. Taylor

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October is Black History Month in the UK. Following her review of Paul […]

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    The Long Read: Necessity vs Ethics or Necessary Ethics? The West’s Moral Dilemma in Sourcing Oil from the 1920s to the Present Day by Nazrin Mehdiyeva

The Long Read: Necessity vs Ethics or Necessary Ethics? The West’s Moral Dilemma in Sourcing Oil from the 1920s to the Present Day by Nazrin Mehdiyeva

Oil and American Identity: A Culture of Dependency and US Foreign Policy. Sebastian Herbstreuth. I.B. Tauris. 2016.

Blood Oil: Tyrants, […]

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    National Poetry Day 2016: ‘Bearded and Rather an Oddity’ – Basil Bunting at LSE by Dan Bennett

National Poetry Day 2016: ‘Bearded and Rather an Oddity’ – Basil Bunting at LSE by Dan Bennett

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Today, Thursday 6 October, is National Poetry Day. To […]

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    Long Read Review: Politics: Between the Extremes by Nick Clegg

Long Read Review: Politics: Between the Extremes by Nick Clegg

The UK government of 2010-2015 was the first UK Coalition since 1945 and faced the consequences of the 2008 […]

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    The Long Read: Blue Labour in the Age of Corbyn by J.A. Smith

The Long Read: Blue Labour in the Age of Corbyn by J.A. Smith

Following the results of the latest leadership vote on Saturday 24 September 2016, Jeremy Corbyn remains leader of the […]

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    Long Read Review: Redesigning Life: How Genome Editing Will Transform the World by John Parrington

Long Read Review: Redesigning Life: How Genome Editing Will Transform the World by John Parrington

In Redesigning Life: How Genome Editing Will Transform the World, John Parrington traces a history of genetic engineering, focusing […]

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    The Long Read: Beyond the Beautiful Game: Football as a Means for Control and Protest by Michael Warren

The Long Read: Beyond the Beautiful Game: Football as a Means for Control and Protest by Michael Warren

The Turbulent World of Middle East Soccer. James M. Dorsey. Hurst. 2016.

From the Back Page to the Front Room: […]

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    The Long Read: What Will We Do in the Post-Work Utopia? by Mareile Pfannebecker and J.A. Smith

The Long Read: What Will We Do in the Post-Work Utopia? by Mareile Pfannebecker and J.A. Smith

The Refusal of Work: The Theory and Practice of Resistance to Work. David Frayne. Zed Books. 2015.

Inventing the […]

The Long Read: A Theory of the Drone by Grégoire Chamayou

In A Theory of the Drone, French philosopher Grégoire Chamayou seeks to comprehend how drones have revolutionised contemporary warfare […]

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    The Long Read: The Politics of Inclusive Development: Two Books, One Title by Alice Evans

The Long Read: The Politics of Inclusive Development: Two Books, One Title by Alice Evans

This comparative review examines two recent books that attend to the politics of inclusive development.  As the texts address […]

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    The Long Read: How the Polls and the Media Delivered Cameron’s Unexpected Victory by Ron Johnston

The Long Read: How the Polls and the Media Delivered Cameron’s Unexpected Victory by Ron Johnston

The Long Read: How the Polls and the Media Delivered Cameron’s Unexpected Victory

As reports into why Labour lost the […]

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