Professor Amelia Hadfield welcomes Sam Gyimah, MP, Minister for Higher Education, to the University and starts the ball rolling with a few questions.
Dr Martin Watts explains how recent questions about the future of the Royal Marines as part of the UK’s Defence strategy is nothing new.
Dr Michael Goodrum assesses the American President’s first year in office.
Professor Peter Vujakovic discusses how a sense of place can impact upon world affairs.
Following the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution Dr David Bates asks if communism is still a viable political theory .
Professor Amelia Hadfield responds to a recent Daily Mail article which offered an opinion on the Jean Monnet structure and a recent writing competition at the University.
Dr David Bates looks ahead to the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution and explores the importance of time in the establishment of the Soviet Union.
Paul Anderson asks what next for Catalonia, Spain and the EU following this weekend’s events in the Spanish region?
Dr Philipp Köker explains why the success of the far-right AfD in Sunday’s election is cause for concern, but far from heralding a crisis for German democracy.
Paul Anderson looks at the Spanish Government’s reaction to Catalan’s decision to hold a referendum on independence.