Politics and International Relations

Euroscepticism has taken hold across the EU – but it has many different roots

Euroscepticism has taken hold across the EU – but it has many different roots

Posted by ap507 at Jul 19, 2017 03:46 PM |

Euroscepticism – defined as outright or defined opposition to the European project – is becoming a mainstream, contested phenomenon, writes Dr Simona Guerra

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Public Euroscepticism after the British referendum

Public Euroscepticism after the British referendum

Posted by ap507 at Jul 17, 2017 12:57 PM |

Dr Simona Guerra co-authors article about how Brexit has changed the public debate in redefining Euroscepticism

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Can hacking strengthen democracy?

Can hacking strengthen democracy?

Posted by ap507 at Jul 10, 2017 10:55 AM |

Dr Athina Karatzogianni discusses hacking with TRT World

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The 25th September Kurdish Referendum and its rationales

The 25th September Kurdish Referendum and its rationales

Posted by ap507 at Jul 10, 2017 09:40 AM |

Dr Marianna Charountaki writes article on the Kurdish referendum for The Armenian Interest

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Theresa May seeks more bargaining power for Brexit

Theresa May seeks more bargaining power for Brexit

Posted by ap507 at Jun 27, 2017 01:05 PM |

Dr Rob Dover from the School of History, Politics and International Relations was recently interviewed by Brazilian magazine Correio Braziliense

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South Africa’s main opposition party can’t cure its foot-in-mouth syndrome

South Africa’s main opposition party can’t cure its foot-in-mouth syndrome

Posted by ap507 at Jun 27, 2017 11:06 AM |

James Hamill from the School of History, Politics and International Relations discusses challenges facing the Democratic Alliance party in South Africa

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