This series, published in conjunction with the Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom, aims to publish research monographs of the highest quality in the field of political studies.
By Giles Scott-Smith
March 03, 2016
This book analyses a key episode in the cultural Cold War - the formation of the Congress for Cultural Freedom. Whilst the Congress was established to defend cultural values and freedom of expression in the Cold War Struggle, its close association with the CIA later undermined its claims to ...
By Peter Kerr
July 20, 2015
This book offers a fresh view of postwar British politics, very much at odds to the dominant view in contemporary scholarship. The author argues that postwar British politics, up to and including the Blair Government, can be largely characterised in terms of continuity and a gradual evolution from ...
By Georgios Varouxakis
October 23, 2013
John Stuart Mill's thought has been central in recent (as well as older) works of political theory discussing the relationship between liberal democratic politics and nationality or nationalism -- which is far from surprising, given his undisputed influence on liberal attitudes towards nationality ...