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    Post-Brexit diplomacy: Can the UK hope to exert leverage at the UN without recourse to the EU?

Post-Brexit diplomacy: Can the UK hope to exert leverage at the UN without recourse to the EU?

When it comes to international diplomacy, the UK has benefited considerably from being part of the EU. But can it maintain its influence at the UN without an EU membership? Megan Dee and Karen E. Smith outline the challenges and opportunities in this area after Brexit.

As divorce proceedings commence, attentions around the world turn to the specifics of what the […]

Book Review: Twilight of Impunity: The War Crimes Trial of Slobodan Milosevic

A vital read for students and researchers interested in the ramifications and contradictions of international law and justice, Ramona Wadi finds that Judith Armatta’s detailed narration and analysis of Milosevic’s trial an important contribution to the field.   Twilight of Impunity: The War Crimes Trial of Slobodan Milosevic. Duke University Press, 2010 In a narration which deals with the responsibility of establishing guilt ‘beyond […]

Book Review: The Idea of World Government: From Ancient Times to the Twenty-first Century

Faiz Sheikh considers James A. Yunker‘s analysis of Eurosceptic thinking and the historical treatment of the idea of world government, finding an accessible introduction to the ideas and obstacles facing a liberal democratic world state through the ages. The Idea of World Government: From Ancient Times to the Twenty-first Century. James A. Yunker. Find this book at: Google Books Amazon […]

Book Review: Disraeli and The Eastern Question

Andrew Duke reviews a formidable book on the origins and form of Benjamin Disraeli’s policies on the ‘Eastern Question’, focusing on his period as Prime Minister and the ‘Great’ Eastern Crisis of 1875-78. Disraeli and the Eastern Question. Milos Kovic. Oxford University Press. January 2011. Find this book at: Google Books Amazon LSE Library The events of the Bosnian wars […]