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Lending conditions imposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) undermine “state capacity” in developing nations, Dr Thomas Stubbs finds.
Dr. Tom Dyson’s new article, ‘The military as a learning organisation: establishing the fundamentals of best-practice in lessons learned’ published in Defence Studies.
Prof. Chris Hanretty, Head of the School of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy, has won a Philip Leverhulme Prize.
This course will bridge our first year general provision and our third year courses on the politics of Africa, the Middle East, China, South Asia, and Latin America.
International attendees discussed elections and voting behaviour in a British and international context.
Dr Will Jones is part of new consortium awarded a major grant by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to investigate use and exploitation of personal data.
Dr Licia Cianetti was awarded a three-year Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship starting September 2018 for the project “What happened to the multicultural city? Effects of nativism and austerity”.
Government-imposed restrictions on immigration push more would-be migrants into unauthorised channels, Dr Cassilde Schwartz finds.
Deciding on whether the UK will go ahead with extracting shale gas ‘fracking,’ will depend as much on the industry securing a social licence as making a strong economic case, says Prof. Goldthau.
Staff and students from the Department of Politics and International Relations win prizes at this year’s Political Studies Association Annual International conference.