In this contribution to Bulletin 26, Elizabeth Evans speaks to the barriers disabled people face when seeking to run for political office in Britain and explores the implications this carries for questions of justice and representation.
Putin’s war has rekindled the civilisational clash between democracy and authoritarianism. However, a fundamental contradiction lies at the heart of Western foreign policy: economic liberalism undermines democracy promotion.
In November 2021, former ISRF Fellow Mike Makin-Waite discussed his book On Burnley Road: Class, Race and Politics in a Northern English Town with Manjeet Ramgotra and Councillor Anwar Afrasiab.
Former ISRF Fellow Craig Jones presents his new book, The War Lawyers. In this groundbreaking study, Jones explores how important law and war lawyers have become in the conduct of contemporary warfare, and how it is understood.