The New Left overview is a bimonthly political journal protecting global politics, financial system, and tradition. It used to be tested in 1960. In 2003, the journal ranked twelfth by way of effect issue on a listing of the head 20 political technology journals on the planet. in response to the magazine quotation stories, the magazine has a 2012 effect issue of 1.485, score it twenty fifth out of 157 journals within the classification "Political Science"and tenth out of ninety two journals within the type "Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary".
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A 160-page magazine released each months from London, New Left evaluate analyses international politics, the worldwide financial system, nation powers and protest pursuits; modern social thought, background and philosophy; cinema, literature, heterodox artwork and aesthetics. It runs a typical booklet evaluate part and includes interviews, essays, topical reviews and signed editorials on political problems with the day. ‘Brief historical past of recent Left Review’ supplies an account of NLR’s political and highbrow trajectory given that its release in 1960.
The NLR on-line Archive comprises the entire textual content of all articles released considering that 1960; the full index should be searched via writer, identify, topic or factor quantity. the complete NLR Index 1960-2010 comes in print and will be bought right here. Subscribers to the print version get loose entry to the complete on-line archive; or 3 articles from each one new factor can be found loose on-line. if you want to sign up for NLR, you could benefit from targeted deals through subscribing on-line, or touch the Subscriptions Director below.
NLR is additionally released in Spanish, and chosen articles are available Greek, Italian, Korean, Portuguese and Turkish.
Emily Morris: unforeseen Cuba
Alone one of the ex-Comecon international locations, Cuba has cast a particular course considering the fact that 1991—not transition to capitalism yet cautious adjustment to exterior switch, safeguarding its earnings in social provision and nationwide sovereignty. Emily Morris demanding situations the view that Havana should embody the industry and undergo international capital whether it is to survive.
Marco d'Eramo: UNESCOcide
From Venice to Edinburgh, Porto to Rhodes, San Gimignano to Luang Prabang—the global historical past label as important software for the worldwide vacationer undefined, yet dying sentence for the hurly-burly of actual city life.
Gleb Pavlovsky: Putin's global Outlook
Former Kremlin consultant and election supervisor bargains a different account of the Russian leader’s ideological formation and worldview. A Soviet-realist research of the flaws of the USSR and the particular motivations of the capitalist states.
Kevin Pask: Mosaics of yankee Nationalism
Annealed via expansionism after the Civil battle, might America’s sectional divisions re-emerge if the empire falters? Kevin Pask explores the altering parameters—closing frontiers, emerging Sunbelt—of the nationalism that dares no longer communicate its name.
Jean-Paul Sartre: Marxism and Subjectivity
Transcript of Sartre’s 1961 Lecture on the Istituto Gramsci in Rome, formerly unpublished in English. A sustained philosophical riposte to Lukács’s historical past and sophistication attention and argument for an idea of subjectivity as procedure, vividly illustrated in concrete situations.
Fredric Jameson: Sartre's Actuality
Reflections at the get together of the Rome Lecture and on its topics. Dialectic of the interior and the surface, the brilliant position of non-knowledge in subjectivity—and new applied sciences and labour procedures as experiential grounds for transformation in school consciousness.
Wolfgang Streeck on Peter Mair, Ruling the Void. analysis of Western democracy’s hollowing within the ultimate paintings of a political-science master.
Michael Christofferson on Christophe Prochasson, François Furet. A former colleague provides the case for the defence.
Kristin Surak on David Pilling, Bending Adversity. Hopes for a Thatcherized Japan in Fukushima’s wake from the FT’s guy in Tokyo.
Hung Ho-Fung on Leo Panitch & Sam Gindin, The Making of world Capitalism. Canada offers the version for America’s frictionless upward thrust to international supremacy.