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Dr Peter Allen awarded ESRC and British Academy grants
21 December 2015
Dr Robbie Shilliam talks about his public engagement work
14 December 2015
Dr Rainbow Murray, The future of French politics
13 December 2015
UACES 46th Annual Conference 2016 | Call for Panels and Papers
4 December 2015
Dr Sarah Wolff, Migration and refugee crisis in the Mediterranean
26 November 2015
UK has worst October deficit since 2009 in blow to Osborne
20 November 2015
Dr Patrick Diamond, Does everybody need a winter fuel allowance?
20 November 2015
Dr Lee Jones, Naïve use of economic sanctions is ‘irresponsible’
13 November 2015
TJ tells how he got started, and how his love of coffee merges with being a QMUL student as well as his programme of study. Get your own Stubbs Coffee at QMUL Makers Market, today at QM Students' Union.
Expressions of Interest - Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships
27 October 2015
Dr Lee Jones, Headlines from Asia
21 October 2015
Zoe Ballantyne is a student on the MSc Global Health, Law and Governance programme. As part of her studies, she took the module ‘Global Politics of Health’ offered at the School of Politics and International Relations. She is currently an Intern at the World Health Organization:WHO. Here she explains more about her experience.
Dr Sarah Wolff, Refugee crisis: is the EU moving forward?
25 September 2015
Professor Tim Bale, The PM, the pig, the tax status and the donor
21 September 2015
Professor Tim Bale, Leftist Jeremy Corbyn elected leader of Labour Party
12 September 2015
Dr Lee Jones, The headlines in Asia
31 August 2015
Dr Lee Jones, Thai junta turning tragedy to farce
21 August 2015
Dr Lee Jones, Who could be behind the Bangkok bombing?
19 August 2015
Dr Lee Jones, Explosion in central Bangkok kills at least 20
18 August 2015
Dr Lee Jones, The latest headlines from Asia
4 August 2015
Dr Lee Jones, Looking at Asia’s latest headlines
28 July 2015
Dr Lee Jones, How is the Magna Carta relevant today?
15 June 2015
Dr Anne Kershen, Time when England said ‘welcome'
12 June 2015
Alex Challis, The role of a Research Manager
1 June 2015
Dr Lee Jones, A look at the headlines in Asia
27 May 2015
Dr Lee Jones, Rohingya migrant crisis
21 May 2015
Professor Tim Bale, How Labour lost Scotland to the SNP
27 April 2015
Dr Lee Jones, Disaster diplomacy in Nepal
27 April 2015
Professor Tim Bale, Tories overplay the Scottish peril
20 April 2015
Dr Sophie Harman, Three words of advice for WHO Africa's new chief
25 February 2015
Professor Tim Bale, ESRC Grant Success
19 February 2015
Professor Tim Bale, Alan Johnson interview
12 February 2015
Professor Michael Kenny, The rise of the Anglosphere
6 February 2015
Professor Tim Bale, Are voters interested in the deficit?
28 January 2015
SPIR Celebrates Excellent Research Rankings in REF2014
22 January 2015
Professor Michael Kenny, What does it mean to be English?
14 January 2015
Professor Tim Bale, Does ‘effortless’ Cameron lack belief
12 January 2015