Politics and International Relations
James Samuel Johnson discusses China's new generation of stealthy, supersonic anti-ship missiles
Dr Stephen Hopkins, from the School of History, Politics and International Relations, explores the life and times of controversial Irish republican leader, Martin McGuinness
Dr Rob Dover discusses the responsibilities of media reporting on terrorist incidents, following the attack on Westminster on 22 March
Short-term intelligence wins will come at the expense of long-term security, says Dr Athina Karatzogianni
Dr Stan Neal writes article for The Conversation on how the British Empire facilitated the movement of migrant workers in the 19th century and beyond
Brexit and Gibraltar: 'To make the case for strong links across the frontier, we must make an appeal to common humanity'
Dr Chris Grocott discusses the fate of Gibraltar in Brexit negotiations in an article for Your Gibraltar TV