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The European Business Review is a bi-monthly journal bringing you features on leadership, strategy and global economic issues. Rise above your competitors and make informed decisions with business innovation and insightful analysis from global experts. The European Business Review publishes innovative perspectives on issues that have significant influence in the world globally. We welcome research, ideas, opinions and insights on business, finance, management and industry.
American Theatre covers theatrical trends and events, stage artists of every stripe, and economic and legislative developments affecting the arts. Its main purview is America’s wide-ranging network of professional, not-for-profit theatres—commercial, amateur or university theatre is less frequently covered—and the magazine does not review productions (but does review theatre-related books).
The Spectator is a weekly delight for anyone who loves good writing, contentious opinion and hard-hitting comment. With the finest writing on current affairs, politics, the arts, books and life, you'll read regular columnists who delight, provoke and amuse and editorial features of incredible breadth and depth.Established in 1828, The Spectator is the oldest continuously published magazine in the English language. Its taste for controversy, however, remains undiminished. There is no party line to which its writers are bound - originality of thought and elegance of expression are the sole editorial constraints.
The How It Works Book of Extreme Weather explores the powerful forces of nature The How It Works Book of the Extreme Weather delves into the science behind some of the wildest forms weather, from megafloods and avalanches to heatwaves and cyclones. Discover what causes these powerful, and often destructive, events, and find out what it takes to survive them. There are also interviews with storm chaser Warren Faidley and British weatherman Michael Fish, alongside explanations about how we forecast and measure the weather.
History Magazine provides interesting and thought-provoking accounts of key events in global history. Chronicling everything from the fall of the Roman Empire and the start of the Second World War to the sinking of the Titanic and the exploits of Al Capone, the articles in History Magazine are accompanied by breathtaking archival images and detailed maps. Boasting articles written by some of the field's best known authors and industry experts, each issue offers an insightful and compelling take on our continent's greatest (and most infamous) moments.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, the flagship magazine of the National Geographic Society, chronicles exploration and adventure, as well as changes that impact life on Earth. Editorial coverage encompasses people and places of the world, with an emphasis on human involvement in a changing universe. Major topics include culture, nature, geography, ecology, science and technology.