Politics and International Relations

Europe (and immigration) among the new Eurosceptics in the 2018 Italian elections

Europe (and immigration) among the new Eurosceptics in the 2018 Italian elections

Posted by ap507 at Feb 21, 2018 12:42 PM |

Populist ‘elites vs the people’ narratives are playing upon rising Euroscepticism and concerns about immigration, argues Dr Simona Guerra from our School of History, Politics and International Relations

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Poland is trying to rewrite history with this controversial new holocaust law

Poland is trying to rewrite history with this controversial new holocaust law

Posted by ap507 at Feb 16, 2018 03:21 PM |

In an article for The Conversation, Dr Svenja Bethke suggests that only by confronting the difficult and painful aspects of the past can we understand how to prevent events like the Holocaust happening in the future

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Jacob Zuma’s demise is bad news for South Africa’s opposition parties

Jacob Zuma’s demise is bad news for South Africa’s opposition parties

Posted by ap507 at Feb 16, 2018 03:15 PM |

In an article for The Conversation, James Hamill discusses how Zuma’s departure is good news for the ANC and bad news for the opposition

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''Russia is particularly adept at operations involving cyber techniques''

''Russia is particularly adept at operations involving cyber techniques''

Posted by ap507 at Feb 12, 2018 10:30 AM |

Dr Rob Dover discusses a recent visit of Russian special services to the USA, their relations with the overseas colleagues and the power of Russian intelligence

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The three barriers blocking Zimbabwe’s progress: Zanu-PF, Mnangagwa and the military

The three barriers blocking Zimbabwe’s progress: Zanu-PF, Mnangagwa and the military

Posted by ap507 at Jan 02, 2018 09:22 AM |

In an article for The Conversation, Dr James Hamill discusses the major barriers to a decisive break from the corrupt and dysfunctional political system that has been playing out in Zimbabwe

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Even if separatist parties win the Catalan election, international law doesn’t provide a right to independence

Even if separatist parties win the Catalan election, international law doesn’t provide a right to independence

Posted by ap507 at Dec 20, 2017 09:57 AM |

In an article for The Conversation, PhD student George Revel from our School of History, Politics and International Relations discusses how voters in Catalonia will go to the polls on December 21 in an election triggered by the recent crisis over the region’s declaration of independence from Spain

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