From Professor David Bates, Professor in Contemporary Political Thought and Subject Director of Politics and International Relations at the School of Psychology, Politics, and Sociology.
From Dr. Soeren Keil, Reader in Politics and International Relations. Since 2016, he has been travelling to Myanmar regularly as an expert for the German Hanns-Seidel Foundation to work with EAOs, political parties, civil society and the Union Civil Service Board on federalism and decentralisation.
The Scottish Independence Referendum 4 years on: From Constitutional Change to Constitutional Chaos?
From Paul Anderson – PhD Candidate in Politics and International Relations.
From Mark Bennister (Reader in Politics, CCCU) and Ben Worthy (Lecturer in Politics, Birkbeck, University of London). This commentary was published first on PSA Insight blog.
From Amelia Hadfield (Professor in European and International Relations) and Christian Turner (CEFEUS Research Assistant)
From Max Stafford – PhD Candidate in Politics
From Dr Sarah Lieberman – Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations
From Mark Bennister – Reader in Politics. This blog was originally posted on the PSA Parliaments Group blogsite (You can find the it here).
‘…and set forth
A deep repentance. Nothing in his life
Became him like the leaving of it.’
(Shakespeare, Macbeth, Act 1, Scene 4).
A reflection on the recent local elections by one of our students, Christian Turner.