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July 24, 2015

Let’s fly away: IAG and Aer Lingus

Raj Chari, author of Life After Privatization, examines IAG's takeover of Aer Lingus and its wider implications

July 10, 2015

Tensions in domestic and international criminal justice

How do multi-level courts function in Rwanda, and what does this mean for the wider world? Nicola Palmer, author of Courts in Conflict, explores further

July 3, 2015

Prince Charles, George Peele, and the theatrics of monarchical ceremony

Marisa R. Cull, author of Shakespeare's Princes of Wales, on the politics of English monarchical rule over Wales, and its translation on the stage

June 18, 2015

Discover new works on OSO

From the works of James Baldwin to a history Soviet radio, discover the new works of scholarship now available on OSO

June 9, 2015

Catholics and the torture chamber

Read about the regime of General Videla and its shocking treatement of Argentinian Catholics, written by the author of The Catholic Church and Argentina's Dirty War

June 5, 2015

Has ISIS become the new pretext for curtailing our civil liberties?

Robert Diab, author of The Harbinger Theory, on the rise of ISIS and the West's civil liberties

May 28, 2015

What is ‘Zen’ diplomacy? From Chinese monk to ambassador

Discover the fascinating life and lasting legacy of 16th-century Chinese monk Yinyuan Longqi

May 21, 2015

Discover new scholarly works on OSO

Explore more than 70 new titles on Oxford Scholarship Online

May 14, 2015

Join a webinar on Oxford's history-related online resources

Take a tour around Oxford Scholarship Online with our product expert ...

April 23, 2015

New books published on OSO

108 new books have now been published on Oxford Scholarship Online

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