Dr Soeren Keil, who has been working in Myanmar since 2016 as an expert supporting democratization and federalism reforms, reflects on the events this week.
Dr Paul Anderson explores the current challenges facing the Union and the calls for Scottish independence.
Dr Sarah Lieberman considers the latest twists and turns in Brexit negotiations
Dr Sarah Lieberman and Dr Soeren Keil continue the discussion on their CEFEUS research project “The Impact of COVID-19 on Kent and Medway.”
PhD student Chloe Doherty offers personal reflections on the emotional rollercoaster of the Donald Trump presidency.
Tom Sharkey, PhD candidate and sessional lecturer reflects on the success of Marcus Rashford’s campaign to support hungry children during school holidays.
Dr Dele Babalola, Lecturer in Politics and IR, explains the origins of the #EndSars movement and the ongoing protests in Nigeria.
Professor David Bates considers the implications of the accelerating effects of Covid-19 for right and left wing politics.
Professor Mike Weed, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Enterprise, sets out Canterbury Christ Church University’s commitment to the Kent and Medway economy during and beyond the COVID-19 crisis