The New Left evaluate is a bimonthly political journal overlaying global politics, economic climate, and tradition. It used to be demonstrated in 1960. In 2003, the journal ranked twelfth via impression issue on a listing of the head 20 political technology journals on this planet. based on the magazine quotation studies, the magazine has a 2012 influence issue of 1.485, rating it twenty fifth out of 157 journals within the class "Political Science"and tenth out of ninety two journals within the class "Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary".
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A 160-page magazine released each months from London, New Left evaluate analyses global politics, the worldwide financial system, nation powers and protest activities; modern social conception, background and philosophy; cinema, literature, heterodox paintings and aesthetics. It runs a customary e-book overview part and consists of interviews, essays, topical reviews and signed editorials on political problems with the day. ‘Brief background of latest Left Review’ offers an account of NLR’s political and highbrow trajectory because its release in 1960.
The NLR on-line Archive contains the total textual content of all articles released in view that 1960; the entire index may be searched by means of writer, name, topic or factor quantity. the whole NLR Index 1960-2010 comes in print and will be bought right here. Subscribers to the print version get loose entry to the total on-line archive; or 3 articles from each one new factor can be found unfastened on-line. if you want to join NLR, you could reap the benefits of particular deals through subscribing on-line, or touch the Subscriptions Director below.
NLR can also be released in Spanish, and chosen articles come in Greek, Italian, Korean, Portuguese and Turkish.
Volodymyr Ishchenko: Ukraine's Fractures
Antecedents and aftershocks of the Maidan protests. A Ukrainian sociologist discusses the riven political and ideological panorama laid naked by way of the autumn of Yanukovych, and the tensions being stoked within the country’s east through Russian interference and Kiev’s ongoing army assault.
Wolfgang Streeck: How Will Capitalism End?
Its challengers it seems that vanquished, the most danger to capitalism may well now come from problems that lurk in the approach itself. Wolfgang Streeck diagnoses its trouble signs, from chronic stagnation to worldwide anarchy, and asks what lies in shop as they multiply.
Aminata Traoré, Boubacar Boris Diop: African Impostures
Exchanges among West African intellectuals amidst the newest French incursion within the quarter, this time on Malian soil. The recurrent delusions of humanitarian conflict, and persevered submission of neighborhood elites to Paris.
Sean Starrs: The Chimera of world Convergence
Has the increase of the BRICs weakened the West’s grip on middle sectors of the area financial system? Sean Starrs weighs impressions of Western decline opposed to the empirical proof, discovering considerable symptoms of putting up with US and ecu company power.
José Emilio Burucúa, Nicolás Kwiatkowski: The Absent Double
What pictures come up whilst illustration reaches its limits? cultural historians discover the emergence given that classical antiquity of a sequence of visible units for depicting massacres: from searching scenes and martyrdoms to infernos and Doppelgänger.
Sven Lütticken: Cultural Revolution
Mutations of an premature thought, in a interval whilst capitalism has arrogated to itself the facility of radical transformation. From Debord and Marcuse to the modern paintings global, when it comes to punk rock and hip hop.
Francis Mulhern on Rob Colls, George Orwell: English insurgent. The protean cult of Eric Blair reveals its most up-to-date iteration.
Robin Blackburn on Richard Huzzey, Freedom Burning. Victorian Britain’s anti-slavery campaign as partner of imperial expansion.
Barry Schwabsky on Jacques Rancière, Aisthesis. Episodes from a heritage of recent paintings, from Winckelmann to Mallarmé to Vertov.