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Book review: The Ottoman Endgame by Sean McMeekin
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Book review: The Ottoman Endgame by Sean McMeekin

The first world war was part of a much longer period of conflict in the east – and its consequences are still with us.

Book review: ‘Kissinger 1923-1968’ by Niall Ferguson
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Book review: ‘Kissinger 1923-1968’ by Niall Ferguson

Ferguson tries to defend his subject but is deaf to his darker notes, and manages to trivialize his own book.

Book Review: Zombies by Roger Luckhurst
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Book Review: Zombies by Roger Luckhurst

Roger Luckhurst’s study of splatter schlock and ‘cinema vomitif’ should have been livelier.

Book Review – The Maisky Diaries by Gabriel Gorodetsky
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Book Review – The Maisky Diaries by Gabriel Gorodetsky

Ivan Maisky was Russia’s ambassador who charmed his way into Britain’s inner circles he arguably passed on more secrets than the infamous Cambridge Five.

Book Review: PostCapitalism by Paul Mason
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Book Review: PostCapitalism by Paul Mason

Is this book a worthy successor to Marx?

Book Review: What Pet Should I Get? by Dr Seuss
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Book Review: What Pet Should I Get? by Dr Seuss

In Dr Seuss’ children’s books, a commitment to social justice that remains relevant today.

Book Review: The Mark and the Void by Paul Murray
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Book Review: The Mark and the Void by Paul Murray

An ill-conceived bank job provides the backdrop to a wonderful, unashamedly clever novel about capitalism.

Book Review: The Yellow Peril by Christopher Frayling
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Book Review: The Yellow Peril by Christopher Frayling

This history of racism shows how scaremongering cliches about the Chinese have prevailed from Dickens to today.

Book Review – Inequality by Anthony B Atkinson
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Book Review – Inequality by Anthony B Atkinson

Anthony Atkinson makes an urgent call for political intervention to tackled an economy that favors the rich.

Book Review – The Underwriting by Michelle Miller
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Book Review – The Underwriting by Michelle Miller

Michelle Miller has written a rip-roaring novel about investment bankers.

Book Review – The Utopia of Rules by David Graeber
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Book Review – The Utopia of Rules by David Graeber

Life without bureaucracy sounds wonderful. But are states always and only repressive?

Book Review – Glass by Alex Christofi
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Book Review – Glass by Alex Christofi

A celebrity window cleaner finds terrorists and tarot in the City in this imagined autobiography of a fictional oddball.

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