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The Conflict & Change group contributes to the scientific understanding of political violence

SPP has a strong group of researchers studying the causes, dynamics, and consequences of political conflicts. For learning more about this research, check out our new Conflict & Change research cluster website! More...

Global Governance Institute – Marie Sklodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships Call for Expressions of Interest

Situated within the Department of Political Science/School of Public Policy, the Global Governance Institute (GGI) invites expressions of interest from potential postdoctoral researchers to apply jointly with a supervisor from the GGI to the European Commission’s MSCA Individual Fellowship scheme. Selected candidates will be hosted at GGI. More...

Another hung Parliament: what next?

In this short video Professor Robert Hazell explains how the new government will be formed if no single party gains an overall majority in the UK general election in May. More...

Don’t let the Paris murderers win

Imagine that, on 7 January, two British Jihadists had attacked the headquarters of the French far right newspaper Minute. One can easily guess the response in France: utter shock at the brutal assassination of journalists, condemnation of international jihadism, and determination to ignore the provocation. The only way not to give the terrorists an easy victory, we would have been urged, is to stay calm, and keep going (to coin a phrase). This, roughly, would also have been an appropriate response to the actual events of 7 January. Unfortunately, the fact that the attack was perpetrated against a satirical, left-leaning, anti-religious newspaper by jihadists of French nationality scrambled all our ethico-political compasses. Our reaction has made us more, rather than less, exposed to the Islamist threat. More...

MPA in Public Administration and Management Fee Waiver Award

The School of Public Policy is pleased to announce a fee waiver award for candidates applying to study full-time on the MPA in Public Administration and Management in 2015/16. More...

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