News and media
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Jair Bolsonaro won the Brazilian Presidential election in October 2018. His campaign has been controversial to say the least. On this podcast Adam is joined by Marco Vieira, Daniele Albertazzi and Richard Shorten to discuss Bolsonaro's rise.
The Australian Financial Review on the current stand-off between the Italian government and the European Commission, with comments by Daniele Albertazzi.
Whenever an election comes around, there are always celebrities who throw their support behind their favoured candidates and hope their fans will follow their lead at the ballot box.
Trump – always feeling under threat, always sensing enemies, but always wanting to be admired – demands loyalty. Not loyalty to the constitution or to the office of the presidency, but to him
The European Studies Research Group and the LGBTQ+ Network of the School of Government and Society hosted a talk on EU and LGBT Politics in the Western Balkans, by Dr Koen Slootmaeckers (City University).
Scott Lucas ahead of the US midterm elections on Tuesday
This may be the most important mid-term US election in American history, determining not only majorities in each house of Congress but also the fate of America amid the division and animosity of the Trump era.
America has voted, the results are in, but the country's future remains uncertain – for now.
Dr Jonathan Fisher on 'African Agency in International Politics'. Published as part of the Oxford Encyclopedia of African Politics, edited by Nic Cheeseman.
MILAN—Italy's political tensions with the European Union and the accompanying financial jitters are beginning to take a toll on the Italian economy, the latest data suggest.
Reader in European Politics Dr Tim Haughton writes in the Washington Post.
Laurence Cooley, Niheer Dasandi and Raquel Da Silva have recently published books on their research in international development. Topics include the European Union, democracy and political violence.