Roberto A. Castelar is a graduate from the Central European University in Budapest. He specialises in Political Theory and the History of Modern Political Thought.
In Rebooting Clausewitz: On War in the 21st Century, Christopher J. Coker aims to show how Carl von Clausewitz’s 1832 classic On […]
In The French Revolution: From Enlightenment to Tyranny, Ian Davidson offers a new examination of the diverse factors that […]
Book Review: Historically Inevitable: Turning Points in the Russian Revolution edited by Tony Brenton
For the edited collection Historically Inevitable: Turning Points in the Russian Revolution, editor Tony Brenton brings together fourteen leading scholars […]