A 160-page journal published every two months from London, New Left Review analyses world politics, the global economy, state powers and protest movements; contemporary social theory, history and philosophy; cinema, literature, heterodox art and aesthetics. It runs a regular book review section and carries interviews, essays, topical comments and signed editorials on political issues of the day.
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Not to shy from controversial topics of the day, the New Left Review tackles political questions with an analytical bent and focuses on more nuanced matters that have grave effects on matters of state and world politics. The journal also publishes in-depth country studies, such as it has done in the past in the aftermath of the 2008 world economic crisis and topics as varied as the credit crunch and Egyptian revolution. Hosting articles by world renowned political scientists and economists, the New Left Review is a quality read for people who wish to examine the subtle nuances of world events.