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Dr Sophie Harman, Ebola and global health politics: an open letter
19 December 2014
Dr Chris Phillips, Syria: The view from Moscow
12 December 2014
Dr Rainbow Murray, Does Politics Need Gender Quotas—for Men?
4 December 2014
Corruption: Steer Clear of Politics
27 November 2014
Professor Adam Fagan, EU Urged to Focus on Balkan Minority Rights
26 November 2014
Professor Michael Kenny, A Moment for Self-Government
20 November 2014
Professor Michael Kenny announced as Director of Mile End Institute
19 November 2014
Dr Lee Jones: What happens after Thailand’s king dies?
11 November 2014
Dr Sanderson-Nash comments on the resignation of Norman Baker
5 November 2014
European Union must now support Ukraine’s fragile democracy
31 October 2014
Professor Kim Hutchings interviewed by E-International Relations
24 October 2014
Francoise Boucek comments on Sarkozy's return to politics
30 September 2014
Tunisia’s forthcoming elections
25 September 2014
Tim Bale reflects upon Miliband's party conference speech
24 September 2014
UN managerialism should not stifle the voices of the poor
11 September 2014
Ebola and West Africa: where did all the development money go?
11 September 2014
School awarded Bronze Award in ECU gender equality charter mark
10 September 2014
School announced as host of 2016 UACES conference
1 September 2014
School staff featured on Experts on Camera
5 August 2014
Dr Judith Bara, currently Senior Lecturer in the School of Politics & IR, has received an Emeritus Fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust to carry out research on parliamentary expenses.
Lord Adonis discusses 'Two Futures for London'
3 April 2014
2014 news test
6 January 2014