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Politics - History / Archeology - 26.09.2022
Mary Beard to give 2022 Alice Bacon Lecture 

Economics - Politics - 23.09.2022
Opinion: Why Liz Truss is no Margaret Thatcher when it comes to the economy
Opinion: Why Liz Truss is no Margaret Thatcher when it comes to the economy

History / Archeology - Politics - 22.09.2022
Prof Frank Mort reflects on the death of our ’Queen of union’
What next for the Crown following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth? Professor of Cultural History Frank Mort shares his thoughts on a queen of social change, dignity and union at this historic junction for the UK.

Event - Politics - 22.09.2022
Prestigious Emma Goldman Award for Politics PhD researcher
Prestigious Emma Goldman Award for Politics PhD researcher

Politics - Social Sciences - 24.08.2022
Analysis: The history of secret education for girls in Afghanistan and its use as a political symbol
Analysis: The history of secret education for girls in Afghanistan and its use as a political symbol

Politics - 23.08.2022
Analysis: Spin, spies and a plot that could backfire on the Kremlin
Analysis: Spin, spies and a plot that could backfire on the Kremlin

Politics - 17.08.2022
Spotlight On... Meyihar Kathem
Spotlight On... Meyihar Kathem

History / Archeology - Politics - 01.08.2022
Analysis: James Hutton Brew - Gold Coast abolitionist who exposed Britain's anti-slavery hypocrisy
Analysis: James Hutton Brew - Gold Coast abolitionist who exposed Britain’s anti-slavery hypocrisy

Politics - 01.08.2022
Opinion: Liz Truss broke the rules at Oxford and this unpredictability may let her into No 10
Opinion: Liz Truss broke the rules at Oxford and this unpredictability may let her into No 10

Career - Politics - 26.07.2022
Philippa Hird appointed as next Chair of the University of Manchester Board of Governors
Philippa Hird appointed as next Chair of the University of Manchester Board of Governors

Event - Politics - 20.07.2022
Honorary Fellows announced for Cardiff University's biggest ever graduations
Honorary Fellows announced for Cardiff University’s biggest ever graduations

Politics - 19.07.2022
Opinion: Italy's fantasy politics: A possible answer to the shamelessness of UK politics
Opinion: Italy’s fantasy politics: A possible answer to the shamelessness of UK politics

Politics - 14.07.2022
New book from Dr Ana Catalano Weeks focuses on policy impact of gender quota laws in politics
New book from Dr Ana Catalano Weeks focuses on policy impact of gender quota laws in politics
Dr Weeks- book -Making Gender Salient- was launched at an Institute for Policy Research event that took place on 14 July 2022.

Politics - 05.07.2022
British people feel very differently about some refugees than others
British people feel very differently about some refugees than others
Writing in The Conversation, Dr Paolo Morini (UCL Political Science) and Professor David Hudson of the University of Birmingham delve into survey results finding significant differences in public opinion about refugees coming from Afghanistan versus Ukraine.

Politics - 29.06.2022
When do people see political violence as justified?
When do people see political violence as justified?

Politics - 29.06.2022
Opinion: When do people see political violence as justified?
Opinion: When do people see political violence as justified?

Environment - Politics - 22.06.2022
Opinion: Borgen is back - what the series gets right (and wrong) about Danish politics
Opinion: Borgen is back - what the series gets right (and wrong) about Danish politics

Economics - Politics - 21.06.2022
Opinion: Australia's opportunity to break the stranglehold fossil fuels have on our politics
Opinion: Australia’s opportunity to break the stranglehold fossil fuels have on our politics

Administration - Politics - 14.06.2022
UK Government supports top Scottish global affairs experts at London networking event
UK Government supports top Scottish global affairs experts at London networking event

Event - Politics - 10.06.2022
University of Glasgow Honorary Degrees 2022

Politics - 09.06.2022
Welsh national identity central to outcome of 2021 Senedd elections, research concludes
Voters' views on national identity limited the gains that Labour's opponents could expect to achieve at last year's Senedd elections, new research from Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre says.

Social Sciences - Politics - 09.06.2022
Cardiff University academic leads on plan to make Wales an anti-racist nation

Politics - 03.06.2022
Opinion: Why there ultimately has to be a peace deal between Ukraine and Russia
Opinion: Why there ultimately has to be a peace deal between Ukraine and Russia

Politics - 01.06.2022
Opinion: Guns in the US - why the NRA is so successful at preventing reform
Opinion: Guns in the US - why the NRA is so successful at preventing reform

Linguistics / Literature - Politics - 31.05.2022
Importance of Modern Languages highlighted by major symposium in Glasgow
Importance of Modern Languages highlighted by major symposium in Glasgow

Economics - Politics - 31.05.2022
UCL launches new Policy Lab
UCL launches new Policy Lab

Environment - Politics - 25.05.2022
How inequality is fuelling climate change
How inequality is fuelling climate change
Inequality is linked to more greenhouse gas emissions and tackling inequality is an integral part of combatting climate change, argues a new study by researchers at UCL and Salem State University, Massachusetts. The research, published today in the peer-reviewed journal One Earth , identifies multiple pathways by which inequality leads to more emissions, bringing together evidence from different fields.

Politics - 16.05.2022
Success for Politics at Manchester in the Research Excellence Framework
Politics at The University of Manchester has confirmed its reputation as one of the largest and strongest centres for political expertise in the UK in the government's Research Excellence Framework (

History / Archeology - Politics - 11.05.2022
Opinion: Ukraine Invasion - How history can empower people to make sense of Russia's war
Opinion: Ukraine Invasion - How history can empower people to make sense of Russia’s war

Politics - 02.05.2022
WJM Mackenzie and Richard Rose Prize Winners

Politics - 27.04.2022
Scottish Council on Global Affairs is officially launched

Politics - 21.04.2022
Kashmir: what happens after Imran Khan’s downfall?

Politics - 20.04.2022
Warwick academic helps to shape global democracy benchmark report on Albania
Western Balkans expert Dr Andi Hoxhaj is one of the contributors to the 2022 Freedom House Nations in Transit Report, an annual expert assessment of the state of democracy in the region stretching from Central Europe to Central Asia [ published today].

Politics - 19.04.2022
Of Politics launches new book on the everyday politics of ethnicity for China’s Hui Muslims

Politics - Environment - 19.04.2022
SCI Director awarded Distinguished Scholar Award

Politics - 07.04.2022
Landmark report shows UK citizens are 'deeply concerned' about their democracy
Landmark report shows UK citizens are ’deeply concerned’ about their democracy
'Dissatisfied', 'frustrated' and 'let down' are words summing up how most people feel about the UK's democracy today, finds an in-depth report from UCL and the UK's leading public participation charity, Involve.

Politics - 25.03.2022
Opinion: A circular firing squad is forming in the Kremlin and the guns are pointed at each other
Opinion: A circular firing squad is forming in the Kremlin and the guns are pointed at each other

Art and Design - Politics - 25.03.2022
Film festival shines spotlight on the role of women in the Mafia
Film festival shines spotlight on the role of women in the Mafia

Politics - 24.03.2022
Opinion: Russia's best and brightest are fleeing Putin
Opinion: Russia’s best and brightest are fleeing Putin

Politics - 22.03.2022
Rich countries must end oil and gas production by 2034 for a fair 1.5°C transition

Politics - History / Archeology - 21.03.2022
Opinion: How Vladimir Putin failed to learn the lessons of Leningrad
Opinion: How Vladimir Putin failed to learn the lessons of Leningrad

Linguistics / Literature - Politics - 20.03.2022
Opinion: Peace, partition or stalemate: three ways this unravelling war will end
Opinion: Peace, partition or stalemate: three ways this unravelling war will end
The Russians' gamble on a quick win did not pay off, but Ukraine still cannot drive them out. So what happens next? Asks Professor Mark Galeotti (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies).

Politics - 18.03.2022
Opinion: Ukraine - why China is not yet bailing out Russia
Opinion: Ukraine - why China is not yet bailing out Russia

Politics - Economics - 17.03.2022
New project investigates links between precarious work and authoritarian politics in Global South
Dr Rosana Pinheiro Machado (SPS) has been awarded ¤2 million ERC funding to lead ground-breaking research in Brazil, India, and the Philippines.

Politics - 15.03.2022
Opinion: Talk of a diplomatic solution between Russia and Ukraine is in the air
Opinion: Talk of a diplomatic solution between Russia and Ukraine is in the air

Politics - 14.03.2022
Opinion: Pundits who defied Putin on Russian TV could embolden others
Opinion: Pundits who defied Putin on Russian TV could embolden others

Politics - 13.03.2022
Opinion: The West needs to prepare for guerrilla war in Ukraine
Opinion: The West needs to prepare for guerrilla war in Ukraine
The West has pledged its support to Ukraine with promises of weapons and other aid but now it needs to consider exactly what this means, says Professor Mark Galeotti (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies).

Politics - 12.03.2022
Opinion: Is Russia becoming a dictatorship?
Opinion: Is Russia becoming a dictatorship?
Putin may want to be a modern-day Soviet commissar but the rise of the internet and the willingness of the Russian people to challenge the state means it prove to be very difficult, says Professor Mark Galeotti (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies).

Health - Politics - 12.03.2022
Opinion: How Putin could be removed from power - and who would replace him
Opinion: How Putin could be removed from power - and who would replace him

Politics - 10.03.2022
Event report: ’In Search of Climate Politics’ book launch
On Tuesday, 8 February 2022 the launch event of Mat Paterson's book 'In Search of Climate Politics' took place.