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Politics - Environment - 01.11.2018
Charting the Pacific Century
School of Global Policy and Strategy reach continues to grow with impactful 30th anniversary events and activities Impactful research initiatives launched by the school include the Big Pixel Initiati

Politics - 01.11.2018
What Tuesday's election might tell us about the future of politics
What Tuesday’s election might tell us about the future of politics
If you want one simple way to understand what's happening in American politics before Tuesday's election, Laura Stoker, a UC Berkeley associate professor of political science, has your answer: The generic ballot.

Business / Economics - Politics - 29.10.2018
UW Books in brief: Postwar Japan, American Indian businesses, dictatorship to democracy - and more
Administrative affairs Arts and entertainment Buildings and grounds For UW employees Health and medicine Honors and awards Official notices Politics and government UW and the community Recent notable

Politics - 26.10.2018
How do we talk politics in these heated times?
How do we talk politics in these heated times?
Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Click to print (Opens in new window) Talking issues - not tribal, partisan politics - is key to mending

Politics - 25.10.2018

Politics - 25.10.2018
Teaching language, scan exams, and more rooms
Teaching language, scan exams, and more rooms
"Your idea. Your district. Your democracy." - with this slogan the internet platform muc.me launched this August, providing new, simple ways of participating in Munich's local politics.

Social Sciences - Politics - 22.10.2018
Unraveling the complex histories of Palestinian artwork
Unraveling the complex histories of Palestinian artwork
"My job is to be critical and deep as an art historian, and not as a politician," says PhD student Nisa Ari.

Politics - 09.10.2018
A Brexit referendum is clearly possible, but contingency planning must start now
A referendum on Brexit is clearly possible, but the details matter.  Various processes must be put in place to ensure the referendum is legitimate, according to a new report by the UCL Constitution Unit.

Politics - Social Sciences - 02.10.2018
Liberals see elite-educated politicians as more competent, while conservatives see them as less relatable
A small number of elite universities serve as the prime breeding grounds for American power brokers.

Politics - 27.09.2018

Business / Economics - Politics - 27.09.2018

Politics - Computer Science / Telecom - 13.09.2018
3 Questions: Database shines a bright light on Washington lobbying
3 Questions: Database shines a bright light on Washington lobbying
Launch of In Song Kim's LobbyView.org makes it simple to follow the path of money in politics.

Health - Politics - 11.09.2018
Eleven McGill scholars honoured by the Royal Society of Canada
McGill congratulates its professors recognized by the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) for their outstanding scholarly, scientific and artistic achievement.

Politics - 07.09.2018
Why the "solid South" of midcentury U.S. politics was not so solid
Associate Professor Devin Caughey's new book looks at a massive political shift that took place in a one-party region.

Politics - Administration - 06.09.2018
White House resistance to Trump is unlike anything before, Berkeley politics expert argues
White House resistance to Trump is unlike anything before, Berkeley politics expert argues
Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window) Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window) Click to print (Opens in new window) Is there a widespread conspiracy in the White House to undermine an

Politics - Careers / Employment - 30.08.2018

Politics - Innovation / Technology - 23.08.2018

Business / Economics - Politics - 21.08.2018

Politics - Innovation / Technology - 08.08.2018
Stanford scholar explores pros, cons of ’basic income’
Stanford historian Jennifer Burns said that while political challenges exist to implement a 'universal basic income,' this type of measure would protect workers and families against the fluidity of today's workplace and employment worlds.

Politics - Social Sciences - 02.08.2018
UW Books in brief: Urban diaries, battling Jim Crow on campus, dictionary of Middle East politics and more
Recent notable books by University of Washington authors tell of the struggle to break free of racism in higher education, taking an "urban diary” approach to documenting city life and more.

Politics - 01.08.2018
One-party dominance of Wales examined
The consequences of one-party dominance for political life in Wales will be examined by the political communicator of the year at the National Eisteddfod.

Environment - Politics - 24.07.2018
Environmental regulation in a polarized culture
Environmental regulation in a polarized culture
With an affinity for environmental issues and a knack for analysis, MIT doctoral student Parrish Bergquist aims to clarify the ways in which changing political landscapes influence environmental policy outcomes.

Event - Politics - 23.07.2018
Prints from radical, independent press from Mexico City featured at Fowler Museum
Prints from radical, independent press from Mexico City featured at Fowler Museum
The Fowler Museum at UCLA presents a dynamic installation of risograph prints based on the books of Gato Negro Ediciones, a Mexico City-based independent press led by activist designer León Muņoz Santini.

Politics - Administration - 17.07.2018
Trump's Helsinki press conference is sign of 'textbook treason,' Russia expert argues
Trump’s Helsinki press conference is sign of ’textbook treason,’ Russia expert argues
A long-time analyst of Russian politics said President Donald Trump's deference to Russian President Vladimir Putin has done more to destabilize the western world order than any other effort by Russian or Soviet agents since the start of the Cold War.

Innovation / Technology - Politics - 17.07.2018
The pros and cons of artificial
AI is set to trigger a major transformation in society. As soon as algorithms influence our voting habits or design school curricula, it is up to politics to limit the damage. A new study on the opportunities and risks of AI is now being conducted on behalf of TA-Swiss. Artificial intelligence (AI) is not just about the irritatingly charming face of a "humanoid robot" gazing inquisitively at us.

Politics - Administration - 16.07.2018
How Iraqi citizens used rumors as resistance against Saddam Hussein’s regime
Using documents in the Hoover Institution archives, Stanford political scientist Lisa Blaydes examined life in Iraq under Saddam Hussein, including how Iraqi citizens found creative ways to resist the Baath Party's authoritarian regime.

Politics - Administration - 16.07.2018
Texans Deserve Politicians Who Debate
News reports recently pointed out that Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, Land Commissioner George P. Bush and Commissioner of Agriculture Sid Miller aren't planning to debate their Democratic opponents before the upcoming election.

Chemistry - Politics - 04.07.2018

Politics - Physics - 29.06.2018
Gut bugs and e-politics: News from the College
Here's a batch of fresh news and announcements from across Imperial. It's been a busy week of news at Imperial, and it's not letting up quite yet.

Politics - 28.06.2018
UT/TT Poll: #MeToo Movement Loses Traction in Texas
AUSTIN, Texas - While a majority of Texans agree that women face more discrimination than men do, they are split on whether the #MeToo movement is helping to address the broader issue of gender inequality in the United States, according to the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll.

Politics - Religions - 25.06.2018

Innovation / Technology - Politics - 21.06.2018
Major new project to examine the politics of fracking in the UK
Major new project to examine the politics of fracking in the UK A new research project by academics from the Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU) at the University of Sussex is hoping to shed light on the politics of fracking and the utilisation of shale gas within the UK, primarily England. A hotly contested issue since its emergence on the scene in 2010, the study will assess the scope for public opinion to influence policy and decision-making on shale site development in the UK, and whether this is likely to reduce or amplify controversy.

Politics - 14.06.2018
Study examines how corruption is concealed in China
Stanford study shows how citizen complaints posted publicly online in a Chinese city are concealed from upper-level authorities when they implicate lower-tier officials or associates connected to lower-tier officials through patronage ties.

Media - Politics - 13.06.2018

Social Sciences - Politics - 05.06.2018
Report sheds light on prison system in Wales
Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre has today (Tuesday 5 June) published 'Imprisonment in Wales: A Factfile', a set of Wales-specific data examining the prison system.

Careers / Employment - Politics - 25.05.2018
The spies who loved him – what do real intelligence officers think of James Bond?
As a new art exhibition opens at Bletchley Park celebrating the James Bond series and exploring Bond creator Ian Fleming's links to the secret world of intelligence and espionage, two University of Warwick academics reveal what real spies think of Fleming's famous creation.

Careers / Employment - Politics - 24.05.2018
Scholars discuss U.S.-North Korea summit cancellation
Stanford scholars offer their reaction to the cancellation of the highly anticipated summit between the leaders of the United States and North Korea.

Linguistics / Literature - Politics - 21.05.2018
University experts line up for Hay Festival
University experts line up for Hay Festival
The value of learning languages in Brexit Britain comes under the spotlight as part of Cardiff University's Cardiff Series at this year's Hay Festival.

Politics - Environment - 16.05.2018
Royal Wedding fever: Gowns, the monarchy and British wedding traditions
With Prince Harry and Meghan Markle due to walk down the aisle this weekend, University of Sydney academics weigh in on the significance of the event for Australia and the history underpinning the day.

Politics - 08.05.2018
Are conservatives more sceptical of climate change? It depends
Are conservatives more sceptical of climate change? It depends
The widely held belief that people with conservative political views are more likely to reject climate change science has been challenged by University Queensland researchers. Professor Matthew Hornsey and colleagues from UQ's School of Psychology and School of Communication and Arts surveyed 5323 people across 25 countries to analyse the link between climate scepticism and political conservatism.