Nigel Spivey interviews John Keane for the Financial Times Weekend Edition, 25/26 May 1996 Read scanned newspaper article in PDF format
John Keane asks David Held to look back over events and reconsider his reactions to a dissimulator. Was this an error of theory or of practice? Hasn’t the LSE Libya affair done damage to the scholarly credibility of research programmes in the area of democracy?
John Keane on WikiLeaks in Die Zeit, 7 October, 2010 Read German article in PDF format
Dr. Bridget Cotter interviews John Keane, 9 June – CSD Bulletin, Summer 2010 John Keane discusses the reception of The Life and Death of Democracy in an interview with Bridget Cotter. This interview was published in the CSD Bulletin, Summer, 2010, Double Issue Vol. 17 NOs. 1 & 2, University of Westminster Press. Download the […]
In March 2010, John Keane was in Slovenia to give a lecture at the Faculty of Social Science at the University of Ljubljana (24 March) on the topic of Mass Media and Democracy. During his staying he gave two interviews: one to Dnevnik in which he suggested that anyone who defines Democracy as the government of […]
In February 2010, John Keane delivered lectures and gave interviews about The Life and Death of Democracy in Spain. There was special interest in the birthplace of modern parliaments, Leon. Click on the links below to read a selection of articles from Spanish media on the book and John Keane. EFE News Service Experto destaca […]
An interview with John Keane in The Courier, Dundee, Scotland. 2 December 2009 Click here to read in PDF format
John Keane leidt het ‘Centre for the Study of Democracy’ aan de University of Westminster in Londen. Vorige maand verscheen van hem de vuistdikke en ronduit indrukwekkende geschiedenis van de democratie: ‘The Life and Death of Democracy’.
This interview was published in the WZB Mitteilungen Nr. 125 Handeln, Regieren, Regulieren in einer entgrenzten Welt InternationalisierungSeptember 2009 PDF
BY JOHN KEANE London, Saturday 1st August: one of those weird moments when glum silence is the most sensible reaction. A colleague telephoned to spill the bad news. ‘This morning, in a preliminary statement before the highest court of the Islamic Republic of Iran’, he began, ‘you were named by the Deputy State Prosecutor as […]