International Public Policy Review

Founded at UCL’s School of Public Policy, the International Public Policy Review provides a forum for debate, discussion and online networking in the emerging fields of Global Governance and International Public Policy. As a rigorous student-led academic journal, it publishes both original research and innovative commentary from within the School of Public Policy's postgraduate community. Read more »


Italy’s referendum: What is really at stake?

Saturday, 03 December 2016

By Arianna Rotul Feeling stressed after a shocking year with Panama Papers, Erdogan, Brexit, and President-elect Trump? Let’s think of Italy. Imagine yourself calmly exploring the charming small streets of Rome or Venice, smelling wood oven pizza and freshly brewed espresso around you, forgetful of any political issues of the real world.  No? Well, no need […]

The failure of the Arab Spring: arming for peace

Friday, 02 December 2016

Written by Zeidon Alkinani One always wonders whether the Arab Spring was more of a period of lessons or achievements? It only took one angry and poor Tunisian man committing suicide as a retain of dignity from authoritarianism, to awaken people against the inequality they were living in. The revolutionary determination was regionally present, due to […]

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