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About Jonathan White

Jonathan White is Professor of Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is the author of Political Allegiance after European Integration (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) and, with Lea Ypi, The Meaning of Partisanship (Oxford University Press, 2016).  He is currently working on a monograph provisionally titled The Transnational Politics of Emergency. Follow him on twitter @JonathanPJWhite.

Articles by Jonathan White

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Walid el Houri
Walid el Houri is lead editor of North Africa West Asia

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The pitfalls of generational thinking

Taking collective action on climate change requires that we avoid privatising and depoliticising the problems we want to solve.

Brexit, populism and the promise of agency

In a world experienced as one of out-of-control forces, all the more irresistible at the transnational level, how welcome for many would be the promise to reassert control?

The left-right divide makes a comeback in the European elections

For two decades after the Cold War, observers of European democracy talked of the end of Left-Right politics. This week’s Euro-Parliamentary election results are one piece of evidence to suggest something different has occurred.

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