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Democratiya was a free quarterly online review of books that aims "stimulate discussion of radical democratic political theory". 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, and a co-author of the Euston Manifesto.
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)
- Horowitz, Rachelle (2007). "Tom Kahn and the fight for democracy: A political portrait and personal recollection". Democratiya (merged with Dissent in 2009) 11 (Summer): 204–251.
- Kahn, Tom; Podhoretz, Norman (2008). "How to support Solidarnosc: A debate ('Sponsored by the Committee for the Free World and the League for Industrial Democracy, with introduction by Midge Decter and moderation by Carl Gershman, and held at the Polish Institute for Arts and Sciences, New York City in March 1981')". Democratiya (merged with Dissent in 2009) 13 (Summer): 230–261.