Books reviewed in this issue.
Refugees and migrants: the globalisation of indifference
Us and Them? The Dangerous Politics of Immigration Control, by Bridget Anderson.
Borderline Justice. The Fight for Refugee and Migrant Rights, by Frances Webber.
Bad News for Refugees, by Greg Philo, Emma Briant and Pauline Donald.
The Walking, by Laleh Khadivi.
North Korea: as mysterious as ever
Only Beautiful, Please. A British Diplomat in North Korea, by John Everard.
World government and realistic utopianism
Governing the World: The History of an Idea, by Mark Mazower.
Reassessing 1970s Britain, edited by Lawrence Black, Hugh Pemberton and Pat Thane.
Progressive Capitalism: How to Achieve Economic Growth, Liberty and Social Justice, by David Sainsbury.
Oh why, oh why, oh why?
The Blunders of our Governments, by Anthony King and Ivor Crewe.
The social basis of electoral reform
Wrestling with Democracy: Voting Systems as Politics in the Twentieth-Century West, by Dennis Pilon.
Context rules over electoral rules
Electoral Systems and Political Context, by Robert G. Moser and Ethan Scheiner.
Lacan et al. in post-apartheid South Africa
(Post)Apartheid Conditions. Psychoanalysis and Social Formation, by Derek Hook.
The expansion of same-sex marriage
The Same Sex Unions Revolution in Western Democracies. International Norms and Domestic Policy Change, by Kelly Kollman.
Hollywood and the politics of stars
Hollywood Left and Right: How Movie Stars Shaped American Politics, by Steven J. Ross.
Gladstone in the left corner, Disraeli in the right
The Great Rivalry: Gladstone and Disraeli, by Dick Leonard.
Loving the Lords?
Lord Lipsey (David Lipsey)
The Contemporary House of Lords. Westminster Bicameralism Revived, by Meg Russell.