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Issue 2, Volume 110, Year 2021April 2021

The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs is published six times a year.
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Issue 1, Volume 110, Year 2021Covid-19 and Commonwealth countries

How Commonwealth countries dealt with Covid-19.

Issue 2, Volume 108, Year 2020Nigeria’s 2019 general elections – a shattered hope?

Exploring key lessons from the 2019 general elections in Nigeria.

Issue 2, Volume 108, Year 2020Constitutional reform in Sri Lanka

Constitutional reform in Sri Lanka

From the Archive

Issue 40, Volume 10, Year 1920The Changing East by T. E. Lawrence

This article was well known to be written by T.E. Lawrence even though it was unsigned, as was the norm then. It came at an important time when the shape of the post-First World War settlement in the Middle East was unclear, and the extent of colonial control by the UK and France within their respective spheres remained uncertain.

Issue 205, Volume 52, Year 1961Myanmar's agony: The struggle for democracy

Bruce Matthew tracks the origins of the struggle for democracy in Myanmar, with insights on the obstacles that the opposition to military rule has faced.

Issue 414, Volume 100, Year 2011Britain and the Commonwealth: confronting the past – imagining the future by Philip Murphy

Britain’s relationship with the Commonwealth has always been complicated by its imperial past.

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