Subject: International Relations

Greece- The shape of things to come

In the aftermath of the Greek general election, which put SYRIZA, an anti-austerity left wing party, into power in coalition with far-right Independent Greeks, Dimitris Papadimitriou Professor of... READ MORE

Britain’s lost revolution?

  With the upcoming publication of Britain’s lost revolution? author, Daniel Szechi, has written a blog post regarding the subject and the book.    Should Scotland be an independent... READ MORE

  MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS and THE FIRST WORLD WAR Introduction Manchester University Press continued to publish during the First World War, and some of its output was clearly directed towards... READ MORE

The varieties of Enlightenment

Pope Benedict XVI, Jürgen Habermas, and the ‘cognitive substance’ of religion   © John Goff & Shivdeep Singh Grewal   The period known as ‘The Enlightenment’ is usually taken to have... READ MORE

Writing on JG Ballard

By Shivdeep Singh Grewal Back in 2009, I was at work on the final draft of Habermas and European integration, my recently published book. The fate of the eurozone was already by then a cause for... READ MORE


Britain and Africa under Blair, by Julia Gallagher, will be launched on 2nd March at the Brunei Gallery, University of London. Gallagher’s book is an authoritative account of British policy in... READ MORE

Launch overview

MUP and the editors of The Hidden Alternative celebrated the start of the United Nations International Year of Co-operatives last week by launching the book at two simulations events in London and... READ MORE

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