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Politics
18.09.2017
What has devolution ever done for us?
New data released to coincide with the anniversary of the devolution referendum has revealed that, twenty years on, many Welsh people are markedly unimpressed by the difference that devolution has made to their daily lives.
Law/Forensics - Politics
12.09.2017
King’s College London - Homepage
Congratulations to the Contesting Globalisation module students below on the LLM Transnational Law Pathway who have all achieved a minimum of 70.
Business/Economics - Politics
07.09.2017
The alt-right is normalising Nazi propaganda
The alt-right is normalising Nazi propaganda
The alt-right plagarises Nazi-era propaganda and re-packages it for the social media generation, according to a new book by Professor Nicholas O'Shaughnessy from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Politics - History/Archeology
29.08.2017
Philosophy - Politics
25.08.2017
Ethics and politics of media and technology tackled in week long programme of free events
Ethics and politics of media and technology tackled in week long programme of free events
Inter/sections takes on the ethics and politics of media and technology through a free programme of workshops, talks, events and an art exhibition.
Careers/Employment - Politics
16.08.2017
Constitution Unit launches Independent Commission on Referendums
Constitution Unit launches Independent Commission on Referendums
The UCL Constitution Unit today launches an Independent Commission on Referendums, bringing together a group of very senior figures to deliberate on the use and conduct of referendums in the UK.
Politics
02.08.2017
Why did Wales vote for Brexit?
A leading political expert from Cardiff University is to present the first detailed analysis of what really happened in Wales during the dramatic EU referendum.
Politics - Administration/Government
02.08.2017
Election shocks galore - but why not Wales?
The 2017 general election provided seismic shocks, but why did little change in Wales where Labour won for the 26 th time in a row?
History/Archeology - Politics
27.07.2017
Making Rome great again: fake views in the ancient world
Making Rome great again: fake views in the ancient world
A political leader who seeks to make his nation "great again" and a time when 'post-truth' rhetoric appears to support political ambitions.
Politics - Media
25.07.2017
Making sense of a changing Wales
Some of Cardiff University's highest profile experts will be on hand at this year's National Eisteddfod to make sense of a tumultuous period that will affect Wales for generations.
Administration/Government - Politics
24.07.2017
David Davis favourite to succeed Theresa May, finds survey of Conservative members
David Davis favourite to succeed Theresa May, finds survey of Conservative members
The Brexit Secretary David Davis is the narrow favourite among party members to succeed Theresa May, according to a major survey led by academics at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Social Sciences - Politics
21.07.2017
Politics - Business/Economics
20.07.2017
Academics bring rational scrutiny to politics, says Yanis Varoufakis
Academics bring rational scrutiny to politics, says Yanis Varoufakis
Academics bring rational scrutiny to politics, says Yanis Varoufakis Yanis Varoufakis , Professor of Political Economy and Economic Theory at the University of Athens University, is to be awarded the
Social Sciences - Politics
19.07.2017
Here's what we know about Labour's £3 supporters
Here’s what we know about Labour’s £3 supporters
In the midst of the election campaign, forces on both sides of the Jeremy Corbyn debate are trying to make the most of the 48-hour window within which anyone can register as a supporter of the Labour Party.
Politics - Business/Economics
18.07.2017
"I felt an overwhelming duty to be part of Sussex’s legacy of politics and change"
"I felt an overwhelming duty to be part of Sussex's legacy of politics and change" “I've been completely inspired by Sussex's history and its links with anti-apartheid.
Politics - Social Sciences
14.07.2017
Wales’s political future
Wales's political future will come under scrutiny in a Cardiff University-led debate next week.
Social Sciences - Politics
07.07.2017
Social Sciences - Politics
07.07.2017
Conference reveals true impacts of organised crime across West
Conference reveals true impacts of organised crime across West
A major two-day conference , opening today at the University and organised through the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies , will shine a light on the shady underworld of or
Politics - Careers/Employment
28.06.2017
Trump's loyalty fixation recalls one of the US's most disastrous presidencies
Trump’s loyalty fixation recalls one of the US’s most disastrous presidencies
Erik Mathisen, Teaching Fellow at Queen Mary University of London, writes about the parallels between Donald Trump's presidency and that of Andrew Johnson, who served as the 17th president from 1865-69.
Politics - Social Sciences
23.06.2017
Brexit gives rise to new political identities, new report finds
Brexit gives rise to new political identities, new report finds
Two academics from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) have contributed to a report on the challenges and implications of Brexit a year after the vote.
Computer Science/Telecom - Politics
23.06.2017
Tackling the threat of cyber-security
Cardiff and Coventry universities have joined forces to help ensure the UK is primed to respond to policy challenges posed by the ever-growing threat of cyber-attacks.
Literature/Linguistics - Politics
15.06.2017
Theatre and performance podcast from QMULâ? s Department of Drama
Theatre and performance podcast from QMULâ? s Department of Drama
A new podcast series from the Department of Drama at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) explores contemporary theatre from the perspective of artists, creators, and performers.â? Stage Left is presented by Jen Harvie , Professor of Contemporary Theatre and Performance at QMUL.
Politics - Business/Economics
09.06.2017
King's experts react to the General Election result
Experts from across King's have been commenting on the outcome of the June 2017 General Election: Dr Russell Foster , Department of European and International Studies, said: ‘ Theresa May's weak leadership means her gamble has failed badly.
Politics
07.06.2017
Seeking memories of Manchester protests
Seeking memories of Manchester protests
Were you at a rally in Manchester on 20 February 1988 to fight for LGBT rights against Section 28? Or maybe you attended the political demonstration on 8 March 2003 to object to the Iraq War? More re
Medicine/Pharmacology - Politics
06.06.2017
Analytical but inauthentic â?- analysis of language offers clues to future PM's style
As the nation prepares to go to the polls, new analysis of the language used by the two main candidates has offered clues to the type of Prime Minister we can expect behind the door of 10 Downing Street after June 8.
Politics - Social Sciences
31.05.2017
Labour dominating Twitter conversation in UK election campaign, says study
Analysis by researchers at Oxford University's Oxford Internet Institute shows that content about the Labour Party is dominating traffic on Twitter during the UK general election campaign. Hashtags such as #VoteLabour and #JezzWeCan are outperforming the likes of #VoteTory and #StrongAndStable, according to the new study.
Politics - Social Sciences
31.05.2017
New voting advice tool launched to provide insight into policy preferences
New voting advice tool launched to provide insight into policy preferences
A new, interactive website launched this week to help voters in the upcoming UK general election determine which party policies they most closely identify with.
Politics - Social Sciences
26.05.2017
Who should get your vote? QMUL app matches voters with parties
Who should get your vote? QMUL app matches voters with parties
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has launched a new voting advice application to help people make an informed choice on polling day.
Politics
18.05.2017
Politics - Administration/Government
02.05.2017
Trump’s CIA relationship on same painful path as Nixon says new research in Foreign Affairs
President Trump's rocky relationship with the CIA is following a remarkably similar trajectory to President Nixon's difficult dealings with the agency, according to new research published in the April 24th edition of the highly prestigious journal Foreign Affairs.
History/Archeology - Politics
28.04.2017
One Hundred Days of Trump
One Hundred Days of Trump
Professor Andrew Preston examines the origins of the first hundred days as a measure of presidential success in American politics.
Politics - Administration/Government
28.04.2017
Trump: the first 100 days
Has President Trump managed to ‘make America great again?' Join a panel of experts at The University of Nottingham to find out what the new President has achieved in his first 100 days in office.
History/Archeology - Politics
28.04.2017
#ICYMI - Trump's First Hundred Days
#ICYMI - Trump’s First Hundred Days
Dr Emily Charnock, Lecturer in American History, delivers her verdict as the Trump presidency reaches its first major milestone.
Politics - Law/Forensics
20.04.2017
Politics
12.04.2017
Spies, Kings and Nazis - Prof Richard Aldrich on Channel 4’s Spying on the Royals
In episode 2 of Channel 4's Spying on the Royals Professor Richard Aldrich, of the University of Warwick's Department of Politics and International Studies, about how in the United States spies tappe
Politics
07.04.2017
Prof Richard Aldrich talks spies on Channel 4’s Spying on the Royals
Professor Richard Aldrich, of the University of Warwick's Department of Politics and International Studies, has spoken to Channel 4's Spying on the Royals about how the British govermnet spies targeted Edward VIII, Wallis Simpson and George VI.
Social Sciences - Politics
04.04.2017
A ’stranglehold’ on the data that could help explain political extremism
The advent of social media has led to a vast increase in the amount of social information that we see about others' political behaviour and this has important implications for democracy, argues Professor Helen Margetts in Nature Human Behaviour.
Politics
03.04.2017
Richard Aldrich talks fake news, politics and the Zinoviev letter on the BBC’s Westminster Hour
Professor Richard Aldrich, of the University of Warwick's Department of Politics and International Studies, has spoken to BBC Radio 4's the Westminster Hour about the history of fake news, its impact on politics and the infamous Zinoviev letter.
Literature/Linguistics - Politics
03.04.2017
QMUL and the V&A to digitise key manuscripts by the 18th-century radical writer, William Godwin
QMUL and the V&A to digitise key manuscripts by the 18th-century radical writer, William Godwin
For the first time, the sole surviving manuscripts of the most celebrated works of William Godwin (1756 - 1836) will be digitised and made freely available on the Shelley Godwin Archive as part of a
Careers/Employment - Politics
31.03.2017
Tories narrow gap on Labour in London while Lib Dems double support
Tories narrow gap on Labour in London while Lib Dems double support
The Labour Party's support in London has declined by nine points in a year, according to polling commissioned by the Mile End Institute, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Politics
29.03.2017
Most Brexit voters want more members to leave the EU
The majority of people who voted ‘Leave' in last year's referendum hope other countries will also leave the European Union soon, a survey by Ipsos MORI for King's College London has found, but most ‘Remain' voters hope the EU will keep its remaining members.
History/Archeology - Politics
27.03.2017
A New Dawn? The 1997 general election
The 1997 general election was a unique moment in Britain's modern democratic history and its consequences continue to shape Britain in 2017.
History/Archeology - Politics
21.03.2017
Fake News - It's older than you think!
Fake News - It’s older than you think!
Fake News - It's older than you think! A University of Sussex historian has been chosen by the BBC to turn her new, ground-breaking work on Henry VIII and Elizabeth I into a nationwide radio programme.
Social Sciences - Politics
14.03.2017
Bristol's Brad Evans gets under the skin in Russell Brand's new podcast
Bristol’s Brad Evans gets under the skin in Russell Brand’s new podcast
Dr Brad Evans, from the University of Bristol's School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies and Founder and Director of the Histories of Violence project, has been discussing the politics of violence with Russell Brand as the first guest on his new podcast Under the Skin.
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