Campaigns That Shook The World is written by Danny Rogers, and published by Kogan Page, priced €18.99

Given the title of this book by seasoned UK media and marketing journalist Danny Rogers, it(...)

(...) newspapers show sensationalism, bias and unethical journalism, one of many issues that the book seeks to(...)

Ruined buildings in Dublin after the Easter Rising. Photograph:  Royal Irish Academy/ JT Westropp

(...) capitalists. But in an already crowded market, Gene Kerrigan’s book stands out by focusing on those volunteers(...)

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This is the fourth novel of a six-volume sequence that has garnered rave reviews. In this installment 18-year-old Karl Ove goes to the wilds o(...)

This beautiful book mines an ignored aesthetic world: the bus stops across 14 former Soviet(...)

Chekhov would approve. The opening scene of Requiem for a Soldier takes place in a camp somewhere in the wind-lashed steppes. The weather is (...)

A US soldier holding a dog in front an Iraqi detainee at Abu Ghraib prison on the outskirts of Baghdad. Photograph: AP Photo/The Washington Post

(...) opportunity to present arguments drawn from Shane O’Mara’s new book, Why Torture Doesn’t Work. Prof O(...)

Pope Francis delivers his “Urbi et Orbi” (to the City and to the World) message from St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican,  in 2013. Photograph: AP

Willey is uniquely qualified to write a book about Pope Francis. For more than 40 years, he has been the(...)

Pope John XXIII riding in procession to St Peter’s Basilica, at start of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council. Photograph: Paul Schutzer/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images

(...) influence of Karl Rahner, and ecumenism. That is admirable in itself, but it means that the book will not(...)