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Our new “Issue 22: Covid 19: The Leaning Edge” is out now, enjoy reading and feel free to leave comments below to evoke an interesting discussion!

What is new about Issue 22?

We are proud to announce that the launch of this year’s Dialogue is a complete rebrand to what has been done before! The entire magazine has been given a modernised update to 2020 design. We really wanted to make this Issue more inclusive and diverse, in both what we have featured, who and how. By creating a more lively magazine, politics is more and more moving away from the stereotype that good political journalism is found in dry scientific journals. We want to bring interesting and highly factual stories to you, so you have the perfect overview of what is going on in the world. То achieve this, we have widened our inclusivity with regions covered and expanded also into cultural subjects that are intertwined with politics.

From the creative side, not only do we now have a new content page and section dividers but we also now feature all of our contributors and editors. Further, we also have two amazing KCL-based Artists Clara Hofer-Maire and Amalia Hajieva that have some of their work published inside. Clara has designed our cover, so a big shout out goes to her!

From our editors perspective, we have renamed, split-up and created new sections. For one we now have an “Interviews” section in this issue with Jaci Braga, founder of the charity ETF Brasil. Further, we focused more on the global south by separating the Middle East and Africa Section and added a Latin America Section. With this we want to bring in more regional balance and want to focus on all parts of the world (e.g. in the Asia Section there will be articles on each of the main regions: Asia/ Indian subcontinent/ China and Oceania). At last, we also have a new book recommendation section, with books varying from Politics, Tech onto culture and gender!

Sorry! All older editions have not been preserved online.

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