In the second part of New Perspectives Interview series, the editor-in-chief of New Perspectives journal, Dr. Benjamin Tallis and Dr. Claudia Aradau, discuss the ethics of critical security research and practice. Should the critical security scholars always approach security as…

We are delighted to introduce the first of three videos, in which the editor-in-chief of New Perspectives journal, Dr. Benjamin Tallis, interviews Dr. Claudia Aradau, a Reader in International Politics in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London…

‘Who could possibly want such things?”    Editor-in-Chief Benjamin Tallis’ latest piece for Torn Curtain looks at communist era domestic design and the politics of material memory in the Czech Republic. Focusing on the Nanovo furniture company, which rescues and restores…

It’s been well over a year since Russia annexed Crimea, and the cease-fire agreed at Minsk for the fate of war-torn Eastern Ukraine from February 2015 is in tatters. With the 70th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day having just…

Capitalisms in Central Europe: Local Solutions to Local Problems? A recent book highlights the role of the state in creating the different varieties of capitalism that can be seen in the region. Even if the majority of the world population…

Time to CEE New Perspectives

Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is among the most fascinating, diverse and complex regions in the world. It is also one of the most misunderstood and often overlooked. We seek to change that by enhancing understanding of and engagement with CEE,…

Call for Contributions: Now Open! Share your perspective on Central and Eastern Europe on our blog CEE New Perspectives! Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is among the most fascinating, diverse and complex regions in the world. It is also one…