In the Observer, Kerry Brown’s The New Emperors has been described by Isabel Hilton as an ‘essential read’.
Kerry Brown’s The New Emperors is Times Higher Education’s Book of the Week.
Jamil Anderlini, Beijing Bureau Chief for Financial Times, praises Kerry Brown’s The New Emperors in his review
In what can seem a universe within itself, Kerry Brown, author of The New Emperors, selects five essential reads on modern China.
The recent flooding in Bosnia has revealed the need for a reinvigorated de-mining effort in the region.
In the year and a half since the new leadership of Xi Jinping and Le Keqiang came in to power in China, the overriding characteristics are already clear.
What will make journalism better in the 21st century is having journalists who think and act in morally sophisticated ways. Are ethics codes the way of fostering this?
As Mikhail Khodorkovsky gets involved in the Ukraine crisis, is he jeopardising the possibility of reconciling democracy and patriotism in Russia?
Revived by feminist movements in the 1970s, in 1975 the United Nations gave official sanction to, and began sponsoring, International Women’s Day, which is marked on 8th March every year.
The timing of Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s release from prison raised many questions. So what were Putin’s motives, and now a free man what role can we expect Khodorkovsky to play in Russia’s future?
As this report shows, the gender imbalance in British newspapers is real.
From museums to eating out, personal identity is expressed through a frenetic quest for socially-approved tastes and distinctions.
The advent of drone warfare is, to many, deeply troubling. But questions that ethicists and artists are now probing have been with us for some time.