The fourth issue of 2014 (in English) is now available.
The fourth issue of each annual volume contains exclusively English content. We aim to create higher visibility of Belgian modern and contemporary history. This edition contains four articles tackling diverse subjects, namely the role of Belgium in the Crimean War (1853-1856), the smuggle in Northern Congo in the last years of the nineteenth century, the evolution towards multilateralism in Belgian diplomacy after WWII, and ethnic entrepreneurship in Ghent (1960-1980).
In addition, the volume features a review of English-language publications, an overview of the reviews and the abstracts of the PhD-theses featured in the double edition of 2014.