A new research project starting in January 2021 aims to provide an unprecedented international comparison of how counterterrorism and urban security change the everyday experiences of residents in European cities.
Dr Tereza Capelos writes for The Conversation: 'How to heal the open wounds of electoral anxiety and loss – advice from a political psychologist.'
Political narratives that reject the present in favour of an imagined past find growing support. Dr Capelos argues that this is due to the growth of "reactionism" as a political orientation. Listen now.
Honorary Professor David Petraeus (Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security) on the announcement of a peace agreement between the U.S. and the Taliban after years of combat and months of negotiation.
Read the latest annual report from the ICCS, which highlights the significant research developments and achievements over the last 12 months.
Profs David H Dunn and Nicholas J Wheeler write for the Birmingham Brief on the current Iranian crisis and the challenges of developing trust in international politics.
Dr Katherine E Brown authors a paper (with Prof Fiona de Londras and Jessica White) exploring the need to embed human rights into counter extremism efforts.
The Daily Telegraph reports on David H Dunn's evidence to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee.
David H Dunn is running a workshop this week on helping security professionals understand risk, regulation and resilience to counter the accidental or unlawful misuse of drones.
Prof Stefan Wolff writes for the RUSI blog on the 10th Anniversary of the EU's Eastern Partnership.
One of the most prominent modern-day US military figures has accepted an invitation of a 3-year Honorary Professorship in the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) at the University of Birmingham.
Prof David H Dunn was interviewed on his research on small drones by the Smithsonian's Air & Space Magazine.