Democratiya

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Democratiya
Editor Alan Johnson
Categories Politics
Frequency Quarterly
First issue Summer 2005
Final issue Spring 2009
Country  United Kingdom
Language English
Website www.democratiya.com

Democratiya was a free quarterly online review of books that aims "stimulate discussion of radical democratic political theory".[1] Sixteen editions were produced from 2005 until a final edition in Autumn 2009.

The Democratiya archives are now located free of charge, on the Dissent website.

Democratiya's founding editor was Alan Johnson, a professor in the Department of Social and Psychological Sciences at Edge Hill University in Lancashire, England,[2] and a co-author of the Euston Manifesto.

Democratiya’s topics have ranged over many issues, including those relating to war, human rights, the United Nations, democracy, and the international community, to name a few.[2]

Books[edit]

Global Politics After 9/11: The Democratiya Interviews, Published by The Foreign Policy Centre and Democratiya (London) Edited by Alan Johnson (political theorist), with Preface by Michael Walzer ISBN 1-905833-11-3; This book collects together conversations about the dilemmas of progressive foreign policy after 9/11 published in Democratiya. (Interviews with Paul Berman, Ladan Boroumand, Jean Bethke Elshtain, David Held, Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Mary Kaldor, Kanan Makiya, Joshua Muravchik, Martin Shaw, Anne-Marie Slaughter)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Democratiya". Intute. July 4, 2007. Retrieved 2009-03-03. 
  2. ^ a b "Democratiya: a new online journal". Edge Hill University. 2006. Retrieved 2009-03-02. 

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