Professor David Cutts in The Conversation: Corbyn can't get enough of Scotland while Johnson is playing it safe with strategic stop offs.
Authoritarian Africa: Repression, Resistance, and the Power of Ideas by Nic Cheeseman and Jonathan Fisher, has been published by Oxford University Press.
Daniele Albertazzi and Mattia Zulianello and argue that the Italian right's victory in Umbria casts doubt on how long Italy's current government can survive.
The University of Birmingham's College of Social Sciences invites expressions of interest from applicants for Midlands Graduate School Doctoral Studentships as well as a number of additional college scholarships.
Professor Paul Jackson, Professor of African Politics and Director of Research in the College of Social Sciences at the University of Birmingham, has been awarded a Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences.
The University of Birmingham has announced an innovative multi-programme framework agreement with Birmingham City Council to deliver Degree Apprenticeships across a number of disciplines.
Dr Gerasimos Tsourapas has been selected for Harvard University's Center for European Studies 2019-20 Visiting Fellowship programme.
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.
Daniele Albertazzi was quoted by Newsweek in an article focusing on an investigation on the Italian party the League trying to secure oil money from Russia to finance its activities.