Angus McNelly analyses the meaning of the landslide election of the Movement Towards Socialism (MAS) in Bolivia.
Karin Narita writes about the struggle over political interference in appointments to the governing body of the Science Council of Japan, and the importance of this event for academic freedom and the wider political climate in Japan.
This is a cross-disciplinary and cross-institutional seminar series which aims to bring together a diverse body of early career researchers (postdoctoral, PhD students/candidates, and advanced masters) working on the politics of the Middle East.
Professor Sophie Harman gives some advice about coming up with dissertation topics related to COVID.
Laleh Khalili writes about the global aspects of the maritime industry which had a part in the explosion in the port of Beirut.
Nivi Manchanda and Sharri Plonski’s conversation on borders and corridors is published in The Antipode.
Sophie Harman and her co-author have published a new article in the International Studies Quarterly about how global reproductive health is necessary for peace and security.
Sophie Harman and her co-authors have published a new article in the journal Nature in which they draw on past experience of pandemics to understand the effects of COVID-19 on women.
In his new International Studies Quarterly article, Michael Magcamit asks how ethnoreligious others are manufactured as security threats.
Sophie Harman and her co-authors write a report on whether the pandemic will derail hard-won progress on gender equality. The report has been published by UNWomen.