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Here is their message:
"Routledge is committed to ensuring that valuable research from the past is available in the newest and most accessible formats. As part of this commitment, we have digitized over 15,000 of our older titles that were previously only available in print. These titles span a century of research across the social sciences and humanities, and we are delighted to have made over 6,000 of them freely available to view during the month of June."
My favorites so far are Lene Hansen's Security as Practice, Nicholas Onuf 's Making Sense, Making Worlds and Lorena Ruano's The Europeanization of National Foreign Policies Towards Latin America.
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