Dr Dele Babalola reflects on the results of the recent elections in Nigeria.
Our Future Transport
Last week, the UK House of Commons Transport Select Committee launched a new inquiry, called ‘Our Future Transport’. The Committee has called for proposals on what the future of transport might […]
COP27: Energy security vs climate finance
Dr Natalia Slobodian has recently returned from COP27 and offers her reflections on the events.
The Tale of Boris Johnson: From a Promise to End Constitutional Chaos to a Departure Risking a Constitutional Crisis
Our PhD student, Jo Rothery, considers the fallout from the resignation of Boris Johnson
Rail strikes: consequences for public transport’s post-pandemic recovery?
Dr Susan Kenyon considers the possible impact of the rail strikes for the post-pandemic public transport recovery and the effect that this may have on individuals, communities and the environment.
Boris Johnson: From the People’s Populist to a Potential Political Pariah
Our PhD student, Jo Rothery surveys the rapid fall from grace of Boris Johnson.
We have the power! A day of politically engaged artistic practice
On the 5th of May 2022, young people from Astor College, Dover, Canterbury Academy, and Canterbury College, chanted ‘education is our right, freedom is our plight!’, while waving placards, and […]
Why the military are returning in Africa
Dr Dele Babalola reflects on the growing instability in African states.
Is Boris Johnson’s Red Wall Appeal Beginning to Crumble?
Jo Rothery, PhD student, considers the changing opinion polls as 2022 begins.