Dr Sarah Lieberman offers her first thoughts on the breaking news about the 2023 English Local Elections.
Dr Emo Pearce, lecturer in Law, considers the implications of the proposed amendments to UK migration policy
Dr Dele Babalola reflects on the results of the recent elections in Nigeria.
Dr Chris Stevens crunches the numbers and argues Labour’s route to power may not be as easy as it looks…
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 […]
In 2022, Milla Semisch joined us on the Transport, Politics and Society module, as an exchange student through the Erasmus programme. As part of the module, Dr Susan Kenyon presented […]
Our most recent cohort of students on the MSc International Relations (Security Studies) graduated in Canterbury cathedral on Friday 27 January. Course Director Dr Sarah Lieberman and John Maas, lecturer […]
I am pleased to join the Law and Politics Section of CCCU as an Academic Tutor. I will work across both departments to assist course delivery through teaching and study skills and […]
Dr Natalia Slobodian has recently returned from COP27 and offers her reflections on the events.