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Social Sciences - Politics - 21.02.2024
Divided societies and coexistence: reflections from the Impartial Chairs' trip to Northern Ireland
Divided societies and coexistence: reflections from the Impartial Chairs’ trip to Northern Ireland

Politics - 19.02.2024
Analysis: Five reasons why Trump's Republican opponents were never going to beat him
Analysis: Five reasons why Trump’s Republican opponents were never going to beat him

Politics - 08.02.2024
Netanyahu's position becoming more uncertain as Israeli PM rejects Hamas deal to end war
Netanyahu’s position becoming more uncertain as Israeli PM rejects Hamas deal to end war

Politics - 06.02.2024
Dr Fernando Rosenblatt is the new Senior Lecturer in Comparative Politics

Politics - 06.02.2024
Estimated 14 per cent of world population exposed to conflict, data shows
Estimated 14 per cent of world population exposed to conflict, data shows
An estimated 14 per cent of people in the world were within five kilometres of violent conflict in 2023, according to new data.

Politics - 05.02.2024
Opinion: Middle East crisis: US airstrikes against Iran-backed armed groups explained
Opinion: Middle East crisis: US airstrikes against Iran-backed armed groups explained

Economics - Politics - 02.02.2024
WHO Director-General to speak at Europe’s largest Student-Run international forum, Warwick Economics Summit

Politics - 02.02.2024
Opinion: Gaza conflict: what is UNRWA and why is Israel calling for its abolition?

Politics - 30.01.2024
Dr Jonathan Benson New Lecturer in Political Theory

Politics - 26.01.2024
Analysis: Joe Biden could still stand down before the election
Analysis: Joe Biden could still stand down before the election

Politics - 25.01.2024
University of Glasgow contributes to research on the cultural impact of Eurovision 2023

Politics - 25.01.2024
Welsh democracy at risk unless urgent changes are made, says constitutional commission
Welsh democracy at risk unless urgent changes are made, says constitutional commission

History / Archeology - Politics - 24.01.2024
University of Glasgow scholar discovers a cancelled manuscript by Robert Burns
University of Glasgow scholar discovers a cancelled manuscript by Robert Burns

Politics - Economics - 17.01.2024
Marc Stears appointed Pro-Provost (Policy Engagement)
Marc Stears appointed Pro-Provost (Policy Engagement)

Politics - 16.01.2024
Shadow Minister discusses emissions and innovation during visit to University of Manchester

Politics - 12.01.2024
US election: third party candidates can tip the balance in a tight race

Politics - 04.01.2024
Why David Cameron’s past and present relations with China could be Rishi Sunak’s first political headache of 2024

Politics - 20.12.2023
Polarization makes us see politics from more limited points of view, writes Dr Jonathan Benson

Politics - Innovation - 19.12.2023
Call for Papers: HCRI Workshop on 'The Multiple Transformations of Archives, 1920s to 2010s'
Call for Papers: HCRI Workshop on ’The Multiple Transformations of Archives, 1920s to 2010s’

Politics - 14.12.2023
Julia Black CBE PBA elected as tenth Warden of Nuffield College

Environment - Politics - 12.12.2023
Spotlight on... Lisa Vanhala
Spotlight on... Lisa Vanhala

Politics - Social Sciences - 12.12.2023
Leading politicians and academics commit to key policy challenges facing Wales
Leading politicians and academics commit to key policy challenges facing Wales

Politics - Career - 08.12.2023
John Swinney appointed as Honorary Professor for University of Glasgow’s Centre for Public Policy

Politics - 07.12.2023
As the first Republican primary looms, who comes second matters

Politics - Environment - 06.12.2023
How to phase out fossil fuels and still win an election
How to phase out fossil fuels and still win an election
A new study by UCL researchers shows how it's possible to phase out fossil fuels without sacrificing electoral popularity - even in coal mining regions. The new paper, published in the American Political Science Review , illustrates how a government that phased out coal mining was able to avoid a backlash from the affected coal regions.

Health - Politics - 06.12.2023
Report into ongoing impact of Covid-19 on immunocompromised people launched in Parliament
Research from Dr Jo Daniels (Psychology) will be launched in Parliament via the APPG on Vulnerable Groups to Pandemics.

Politics - Pedagogy - 01.12.2023
University of Manchester selected to offer highly regarded Parliamentary Studies Module

History / Archeology - Politics - 28.11.2023
A look back at the hidden figures in History

Pedagogy - Politics - 23.11.2023
Beyond Ofsted inquiry calls for ’transformational change’ in school inspection

Politics - 23.11.2023
Agree to disagree: are our lives really in black and white?
Agree to disagree: are our lives really in black and white?

Politics - 17.11.2023
Report into Parliamentary Art Collections presented at Westminster
'Our Parliamentary Art Collection' explores the visual representations of power and democracy and highlights issues of access and inclusion for both artists and audiences across different regions Dr

Politics - 15.11.2023
Number of Welsh prisoners sleeping rough on release more than trebles in one year
The number of people rough sleeping following release from prison has more than trebled in Wales, new figures from Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre show.

Politics - Economics - 15.11.2023
Analysis: How governments use IMF bailouts to hurt political opponents

Environment - Politics - 10.11.2023
Commentary: COP28 - Poor countries eye disappointment at Dubai summit on climate change funding
Commentary: COP28 - Poor countries eye disappointment at Dubai summit on climate change funding

Politics - Career - 09.11.2023
Dr Laura McLeod new EDI Officer for the British International Studies Association

Politics - Environment - 06.11.2023
UK Climate Change Chief joins new Centre for Public Policy as Honorary Professor

Politics - 31.10.2023
Former Ukrainian President visits The University of Manchester

History / Archeology - Politics - 26.10.2023
Analysis: Israel-Hamas war: six key moments for the Gaza Strip

Politics - 26.10.2023
Opinion: Funding for Ukraine is anything but certain after US elects new speaker

Politics - 25.10.2023
Michael Russell to deliver the 2023 Thomas Muir Lecture

Politics - 25.10.2023
Local authority finances in Wales on an ’unsustainable path’, report concludes

Politics - 20.10.2023
Opinion: Kosovo and Serbia in crisis talks as regional tension escalates thanks to Russian meddling

Politics - 18.10.2023
Cost of living crisis report calls for intersectional approach to policymaking
Cost of living crisis report calls for intersectional approach to policymaking
Policy responses to the cost of living crisis are falling short by not accounting for differences in how people experience the crisis, and by not addressing the root causes of rising deprivation in the UK, found a recent mini-commission led by UCL researchers.

Politics - History / Archeology - 18.10.2023
Analysis: Hamas and Hezbollah: how they are different and why they might cooperate against Israel

Environment - Politics - 13.10.2023
Dr Carl Death recommends books in African climate fiction

Politics - 06.10.2023
But what can I do? In conversation with Alastair Campbell
But what can I do? In conversation with Alastair Campbell

Politics - 06.10.2023
Could Donald Trump stand for US speaker? An expert explains

Politics - Environment - 05.10.2023
Opinion: Rishi Sunak introducing polarised climate politics of US, Canada and Australia to the UK

Politics - 04.10.2023
Analysis: Democrat failure to save US speaker hands power to Republican right

Politics - 03.10.2023
Rob Ford comments on the Conservative party conference
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