At the digital margins? Researching and communicating marginalisation in online political engagement
In this latest seminar, scholars discussed some of the pressing questions of the day related to democratic backsliding, recent elections and the COP 26 Summit.
In a special POLSIS seminar Anand Menon from UK in a Changing Europe discussed Britain After Brexit with staff and students.
Whilst restoration of nature is firmly on the agenda at COP26, Fiona Nunan and Brock Bersaglio argue that power imbalances undermine sustainable development.
In a special seminar, two experts on European politics, Dr Isabelle Hertner and Dr Ed Turner, examined the recent elections in Germany.
Academics from POLSIS met to discuss a new paper by Dr Sotirios Zartaloudis, 'Explaining Brexit: A Bullingdon Dinner Gone Wrong?'
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.
George Kyris is the co-founder and chair of the new ECPR Research Network on Sovereignty, Statehood and Conflict, connecting scholars from across the world and a variety of discipline backgrounds.
Susan Shirk talks to POLSIS Asian Politics research group