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ISSN (printed): 0263-3957. ISSN (electronic): 1467-9256.
Since its launch in 1980 Politics has carved out a distinctive niche for itself. Amazingly broad in scope and readable in style it explores developments in contemporary politics in the UK Europe and the world and serves as 'the bulletin board' for the discipline. Articles and debates deal with key issues of the our times such as stakeholding social exclusion intervention in Kosovo devolution in the UK the changing shape of Europe major elections in various countries; the politics of immigration and the effects of globalisation as well as covering the major themes of the discipline of politics such as the fate of the nation state; democracy and civil society; political parties; NGOs; the role of institutions; Politics complements this with a strong record in political philosophy in its consideration of the ideas of Gramsci Mill Hobbes Rawles Laski and Hegel. Politics is a fascinatingly accessible source which students and faculty will enjoy reading issue after issue.
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