News and media
Keep up to date with the latest news and events from around the school and the wide-ranging projects our staff and students get involved with.
The College of Social Sciences was delighted to present the inaugural lecture of Professor David Hudson, Professor of Politics and Development.
The Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) held its sixth annual training programme on Trust, Diplomacy and Conflict Transformation at the University of Birmingham in April 2019.
The ICCS has been working in partnership with the British American Security Information Council (BASIC) on the Nuclear Responsibilities programme. Here is their latest report.
This symposium aimed to present discussion in commemoration of Karl Marx and Helmut Schmidt, and to provide analysis of contemporary developments across British and German social democratic and socialist politics.
The International Relations Committee has published written evidence from Paul Schulte and Nicholas Wheeler as part of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and nuclear disarmament inquiry.
Stefan Wolff co-authors an article for The Conversation: Ukrainians have lost faith in the political class – and are looking for new alternatives. Populism and Russia may benefit.
April 4th marks 70 years since the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty, the text which created NATO. That anniversary, however, is hardly grabbing the headlines.
Ukraine's presidential election campaign is a tragic indictment of the country's current political state.
POLSIS/G&S academic Dr Tim Haughton analysed the results of the Slovak Presidential Elections in the Washington Post
A group of MA students from POLSIS participated in a special module in Dehli and also enjoyed Sunrise at the Taj Mahal.
Daniele Albertazzi was interviewed on opposition to the Euro and the future of the EU by BBC World Service – 'The Inquiry' programme
Scott Lucas writes for The Conversation on 'Egypt: hopes for democratic future die as al-Sisi marches country towards dictatorship – with parliament's blessing'.