The legislative election scheduled for 25 January has once again focused international attention on Greece and reopened discussion of a possible Greek exit from the eurozone. With current opinion polls showing the radical left SYRIZA in the lead and the neo-nazi Golden Dawn among the parties competing for third place, on the backdrop of six years of economic crises and a fragmented party system, Europe’s first electoral victory by an anti-austerity party is arguably just around the corner.
Thousands of people are involved globally in the distribution of water and the provision of wastewater services, which is why it gives Taylor & Francis great pride to announce that two journal Editors have been named in the Top 25 Water Industry Leaders list.
Routledge had more than 275 titles recommended by Choice magazine in 2014, and we are honored that 32 of these have been selected as Choice Outstanding Academic Titles 2014.
Traditionally, white working-class people have been depicted in the media as being ‘unable to keep pace with the demands associated with living in multicultural Britain’. New research published in Ethnic and Racial Studies challenges this portrayal.