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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

Politics - 29.09.2023
The Respect Agenda: new report shows voters prioritise respect
The Respect Agenda: new report shows voters prioritise respect
The UK can reset its politics and rebuild faith in the country's institutions by prioritising respect for ordinary people, finds a new report from the UCL Policy Lab and More in Common. Professor Marc Stears said: "For too many years we have talked about 'left behind communities' and the need to 'level up.' Now we discover millions of people across the country feel that they are not given the respect they deserve, by their politicians or many of their key institutions.

Politics - Campus - 29.09.2023
Warwick-backed European alliance of universities is granted legal status at European Parliament event

Politics - Criminology / Forensics - 19.09.2023
Commentary: Albania -how one of the most corrupt countries in Europe is tackling crime

Politics - Law - 19.09.2023
Commentary: Trump on trial: experts answer key legal and political questions about what could happen

Politics - 07.09.2023
The Conservatives have seized on cars as a political wedge - it’s a bet on the public turning against climate action

Politics - 07.09.2023
International polling experts gather in Southampton

Politics - 31.08.2023
Commentary: Who’s Vivek Ramaswamy? The Trump 2.0 candidate making waves in the Republican primaries

Politics - 25.08.2023
Opinion: Who won the first US Republican presidential debate? An expert reviews the highlights

Politics - History / Archeology - 24.08.2023
70 years ago, an Anglo-US coup condemned Iran to decades of oppression - but now the people are fighting back

Politics - Social Sciences - 22.08.2023
The University of Manchester appoints UK’s first Professor of Ukrainian Politics

Politics - 07.08.2023
History shows US democracy has survived worse
History shows US democracy has survived worse

Politics - Law - 27.07.2023
Opinion: Israel- unpopular judicial reform involves repeal of law set up under British colonial rule

Campus - Politics - 25.07.2023
'Disagreeing Well': An essential skill for everyone
’Disagreeing Well’: An essential skill for everyone

Politics - Social Sciences - 21.07.2023
Celebrated Southampton professor elected British Academy fellow
Celebrated Southampton professor elected British Academy fellow

Politics - 21.07.2023
The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Environmental Politics: 'Continuity and change in carbon market politics'
The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Environmental Politics: ’Continuity and change in carbon market politics’

Politics - Law - 20.07.2023
Opinion: Judicial activism has had vastly different impacts on Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump
Opinion: Judicial activism has had vastly different impacts on Jair Bolsonaro and Donald Trump

Politics - Innovation - 18.07.2023
Could e-voting be the future for general elections?
New research from the Universities of Warwick and Newcastle could make e-voting more secure, accessible, and trustworthy for future elections.

Politics - 10.07.2023
How platform businesses mobilize their users and allies: Corporate grassroots lobbying and the Airbnb 'movement' for deregulation
How platform businesses mobilize their users and allies: Corporate grassroots lobbying and the Airbnb ’movement’ for deregulation

Politics - 06.07.2023
MCI research fellow Dr Tao Wang wins Taiwan Studies Award
MCI research fellow Dr Tao Wang wins Taiwan Studies Award

Politics - 03.07.2023
Ed Whiting is newly appointed as Honorary Professor

Politics - 28.06.2023
Opinion: Mark Galeotti on Vladimir Putin's self-inflicted wounds
Opinion: Mark Galeotti on Vladimir Putin’s self-inflicted wounds

Social Sciences - Politics - 23.06.2023
Denise Lievesley appointed to lead review of the UK Statistics Authority

Politics - Career - 21.06.2023
Double disadvantage: Unemployment, youth and electoral participation in the UK
Who will win the next UK General Election? With January 2025, the date by which the election must be held, just 18 months away, the public sphere is again focusing on this question. But before we can forecast who will live in 10 Downing Street, we need to take a step back and ask another question: who votes? Or more importantly, who does not? By Dr Leo Azzollini, P ostdoctoral Researcher at the University of Oxford's Institute for New Economic Thinking, Department of Social Policy, and Nuffield College.

Politics - Health - 19.06.2023
Weak policies and political ideologies risk jeopardising plans to tackle health and climate change, says Cambridge expert
Weak policies and political ideologies risk jeopardising plans to tackle health and climate change, says Cambridge expert
Efforts to tackle major issues facing the UK, including the nation's health and climate change, are being hampered because politicians often ignore the existing evidence when setting policies, according to Dame Theresa Marteau, a public health expert at the University of Cambridge.

Politics - 13.06.2023
The rise of authoritarianism is misunderstood - and it matters
The rise of authoritarianism is misunderstood - and it matters
With democracy in trouble, understanding the reason why could hardly be more important. Democracy is in trouble.

Politics - 05.06.2023
Opinion: Spain's snap election could kill its housing revolution before it even gets started
Opinion: Spain’s snap election could kill its housing revolution before it even gets started

Politics - 26.05.2023
The University of Manchester launches groundbreaking Ukrainian politics course

Politics - Linguistics / Literature - 26.05.2023
Seven Questions with... Nadia Dobrianska
Seven Questions with... Nadia Dobrianska

Politics - Social Sciences - 18.05.2023
With or without Erdogan, Turkey is at a political turning point
May's elections hold the key to Turkey's political future - domestically and internationally.

Politics - 17.05.2023
British Election Study Team Awarded the Pippa Norris Prize

Politics - 17.05.2023
The Zelensky Effect recommended by Freedom House

Politics - 12.05.2023
The Petro Jacyk Foundation supports a new Politics course on ’Ukraine Rises’

Politics - 10.05.2023
MacDougall Trust Prize for Elections, Electoral Systems and Representation awarded Ceri Fowler and Lotte Hargrave

Politics - 09.05.2023
Opinion: Control the PR, lose the hangers-on, lessons for Charles from Europe's royals
Opinion: Control the PR, lose the hangers-on, lessons for Charles from Europe’s royals

Politics - 09.05.2023
Politics recruits Lotte Hargrave and Jack Bailey as Lecturers in Quantitative Political Science

Politics - Social Sciences - 09.05.2023
Opinion: French universalism sidelines ethnic minorities - why that must change
Opinion: French universalism sidelines ethnic minorities - why that must change

Politics - 03.05.2023
Opinion: The biggest problem facing the NHS - and five reasons it has yet to be solved
Opinion: The biggest problem facing the NHS - and five reasons it has yet to be solved

Politics - 27.04.2023
What happens in Sudan won’t stay in Sudan
The Sudan crisis is triggering different narratives and reactions, as the country unravels under the weight of accumulated injustices, grievances and violence.

Politics - 27.04.2023
Unique survey compares Scottish and English attitudes to Foreign Policy
Findings from a first of its kind survey comparing public attitudes in England and Scotland concerning traditional foreign policy questions will be shared at an event today hosted by the Scottish Global Affairs Council at the University of Glasgow.

Social Sciences - Politics - 26.04.2023
2024 manifestos must include protection for refugee victims of sexual and gender-based violence
2024 manifestos must include protection for refugee victims of sexual and gender-based violence
British political parties must promise to better protect victims of forced migration and sexual and gender-based violence in 2024 general election manifestos.

Politics - 20.04.2023
Opinion: US faces $31.4 trillion national debt crisis-Republican divisions could make it hard to fix
Opinion: US faces $31.4 trillion national debt crisis-Republican divisions could make it hard to fix

Politics - Career - 18.04.2023
Opinion: We need a National Energy Transition Authority to help fossil fuel workers adjust
Opinion: We need a National Energy Transition Authority to help fossil fuel workers adjust

Health - Politics - 13.04.2023
Analysis: Ukraine war: the devastating effects of conflict on infant mortality rates
Analysis: Ukraine war: the devastating effects of conflict on infant mortality rates

Politics - 03.04.2023
Toni Haastrup new Chair in Global Politics

Politics - 31.03.2023
Opinion: Cuban election - high turnout despite opposition call for boycott
Opinion: Cuban election - high turnout despite opposition call for boycott

Politics - History / Archeology - 27.03.2023
Writings of Aneurin Bevan offer lessons for contemporary politics

Politics - 27.03.2023
Opinion: Rule By Law in Florida
Opinion: Rule By Law in Florida