Dr Alex Kent explores Putin’s motivations by reflecting on the meanings of two monumental bronze statues.
Federalism and decentralisation in the age of Covid-19
Dr Soeren Keil looks at how states have implemented crisis management structures differently across Europe.
Brexit and the Rule of Law
Professor Susan Millns discusses the relationship between politics and law following today’s Supreme Court judgement on the prorogation of Parliament
From violent repression to tempered enthusiasm: what next for Catalonia?
Paul Anderson asks what next for Catalonia, Spain and the EU following this weekend’s events in the Spanish region?
Can the PCC elections live up to the democratic aspirations originally intended?
The Police and Crime Commissioner elections are on the horizon, and with the previous election turn out recorded as 15%, Dr Steve Tong, Director of Policing and Criminal Justice at Canterbury Christ Church University, explores how democratic the elections really are.
Racism, Fundamentalism and a Democratic Education: The Challenge for Us All
The recent terror attacks on the streets of Paris, the beaches of Tunisia and other places across the world have dominated the media in recent months, as has news of […]