Book of the Month



    This book offers a measured consideration of James Connolly, alive to his continuing political relevance. It concludes with a review of Connolly’s dramatic final years: the First World War, the...

Book of the Month


  • Author: Edited by Greg Albo
  • Publisher: Merlin Press
  • Isbn: 9780850367850
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Pub. Date: 2024-02
  • Price: £20.00

In October 2022, President Joe Biden launched the United States’ new National Security Strategy, which warned that the world was at an ‘inflection point’, in which the ‘post-Cold War era is definitively over, and a competition is underway between the major powers to shape what comes next’. American leadership, the document declared, would be more necessary than ever in order to define ‘the future of the international order‘ by marshalling America’s unparalleled economic, military and diplomatic resources to confront geopolitical rivals. While it is clearly premature to speak of the end of the liberal economic order, let alone the development of a multipolar international system, the erosion of American primacy means it is not too early to take stock of the momentous changes making a new global geometry.


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