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"Beset by Crises of Zuma's Making, South Africa Readies for Local Elections"
Published by James Hamill in the World Politics Review
Located in Academic Departments / Politics and International Relations / News and Events
"Finding a home for stateless people is easier said than done"
Dr Kelly Staples has written an article in The Conversation entitled "Finding a home for stateless people is easier said than done"
Located in Academic Departments / Politics and International Relations / News and Events
"Has South Africa Finally Reached a Tipping Point in Zuma's Disastrous Presidency?", Article by James Hamill
Located in Academic Departments / Politics and International Relations / News and Events
"Nelson Mandela: Appraising a Legend", a two-part assessment by James Hamill
An assessment on the late South African President and anti-apartheid icon, Nelson Mandela.
Located in Academic Departments / Politics and International Relations / News and Events
Blog Entry "UKIP poses challenge to Conservatives but faces own dilemmas too," academics say
Dr Philip Lynch and Dr Richard Whitaker's blog post on UKIP and European elections
Located in News and Events / / 2014 Archive / May
Blog Entry 'Nudging' is nothing new, according to Leicester historian
The coalition government has planned some sweeping reforms to the NHS and welfare services, but are the ideas that underpin these changes really that modern?
Located in News and Events / / 2011 Archive / March
'Pathways to Power' presentation of preliminary findings event
Monday, 15 February, 2016. Seminar Room, Institute for Government, 2 Carlton Gardens, London SW1Y 5AA
Located in Academic Departments / Politics and International Relations / News and Events
UoL Event 'Poland and its Neighbours, Partners in the EU and Allies in NATO'
Peter Williams Lecture Theatre - 13 May 2014, 05:30PM - 06:30PM
Located in News and Events / / 2014 / May
'South Africa's Zuma Faces Double Bind on Troubled Economy'
Dr James Hamill, an academic in the Department of Politics and International Relations, recently published an article in the World Politics Review on: 'South Africa's Zuma Faces Double Bind on Troubled Economy'.
Located in Academic Departments / Politics and International Relations / News and Events
'The Polish Catholic Church has become Intertwined with Euroscepticism and the Promotion of Conservative "National Values"'
Dr Simona Guerra, Department of Politics, has posted a contibution on the Democratic Audit website exploring the Polish Catholic Church and its role in fuelling Euroscepticism.
Located in Academic Departments / Politics and International Relations / News and Events

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