The recently established Centre for Elections, Democracy, Accountability and Representation has launched a new podcast series called People, Power, Politics.
A return to street politics and another mass movement campaign may once again be on the cards for Thailand’s government.
Dr Petra Alderman reviews a new book by Sergei Guriev & Daniel Treisman
With democracy in trouble, understanding the reason why could hardly be more important.
New research identifies five key skills and three qualities which are utilised by parliamentarians to support legislation and policy for inclusive change
How do political leaders around the world successfully create legislation which addresses gender-based violence, disability rights and LGBTQ rights?
Whilst restoration of nature is firmly on the agenda at COP26, Fiona Nunan and Brock Bersaglio argue that power imbalances undermine sustainable development.
Professor Fiona Nunan, discusses whether environmental protection in the global south can improve local people's lives and what structures need to be in place to make that happen
Dr Nic Cheeseman has won a prestigious Mid-career Fellowship for a new research project
Dr Nic Cheeseman at the University of Birmingham, will be a regular guest on CNN's new flagship global affairs show, One World.
Eleven undergraduate students from POLSIS and IDD took part in a Model NATO on May 18, sponsored by the UK embassy in Lisbon, Portugal.
Comonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships available for the MSc International Development (Conflict, Security and Development) 2021.
Dr Martin Ottmann, has – together with his co-author, Felix Haass – won the prestigious 2019-2020 Quality of Government Best Paper Award for their paper.