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Politics - Social Sciences - 29.06.2022

Politics - Social Sciences - 29.06.2022
Guest articles on peace and conflict research
Guest articles on peace and conflict research
The "Münster International Peace Research Initiative" (mipri) strengthens the University and the city of Münster as a location for peace and conflict research.

Research Management - Politics - 28.06.2022

Politics - Social Sciences - 15.06.2022

Environment - Politics - 13.06.2022

Politics - 13.06.2022
A trial by fire for democracy
A trial by fire for democracy
Karsten Fischer, a political scientist at LMU, discusses the extent to which liberal democracies still stand for social progress at a time when populism is prevalent on all sides.

Event - Politics - 10.06.2022

Politics - 09.06.2022
Welsh national identity central to outcome of 2021 Senedd elections, research concludes
Voters' views on national identity limited the gains that Labour's opponents could expect to achieve at last year's Senedd elections, new research from Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre says.

Campus - Politics - 06.06.2022

Politics - Environment - 03.06.2022
Educating global citizens
The pandemic and current global events have heightened awareness of existing global challenges, and highlighted the important role universities play in uncovering solutions and developing talent By V

Social Sciences - Politics - 02.06.2022
Political Scientist LaGina Gause Probes the Power of Protest
Gause's new book makes a novel argument: Protests by marginalized groups are more likely to spur change, despite the obstacles and backlash they often face when voicing grievances.

Linguistics / Literature - Politics - 31.05.2022

Economics / Business - Politics - 31.05.2022

Politics - Administration - 27.05.2022
The barriers women face to enter politics in India
The barriers women face to enter politics in India
Some barriers to women running for office, such as forms of illiteracy, work burdens within the household and discriminatory attitudes towards women are well known, but new research from the Centre fo

Environment - Politics - 25.05.2022
How inequality is fuelling climate change
How inequality is fuelling climate change
Inequality is linked to more greenhouse gas emissions and tackling inequality is an integral part of combatting climate change, argues a new study by researchers at UCL and Salem State University, Massachusetts. The research, published today in the peer-reviewed journal One Earth , identifies multiple pathways by which inequality leads to more emissions, bringing together evidence from different fields.

Politics - 25.05.2022
U-M experts: What to know about fraudulent petitions for 5 gubernatorial candidates in Michigan
FACULTY Q&A Five Republican candidates for governor in Michigan failed to file enough valid nominating signatures and should not qualify for the August primary election, according to state election officials.

Politics - 23.05.2022
Window of opportunity closing amid the China alternative
On the eve of a book launch, a leading academic said the clock is already ticking on how a new Australian government will react to the influence of China in the Pacific.

Politics - 23.05.2022
Increased army mechanization reduces the risk of a coup d’état
The study, involving Abel Escribà-Folch, a professor with the UPF Department of Political and Social Sciences, is one of the first to relate the structure of military forces and coups.

Innovation - Politics - 19.05.2022

Politics - Agronomy / Food Science - 19.05.2022
The profound effects of the war in Ukraine
The profound effects of the war in Ukraine
The prolonged violence is shaking up global political alliances, driving food insecurity, and upending the lives of millions of refugees, Johns Hopkins experts said during a live briefing May 17 The

Politics - 18.05.2022
Women could hold keys to election win
Women could hold keys to election win
Women could hold the keys to the Lodge and election victory this Saturday, with new  a nalysis  from The Australian National University (ANU) showing female voters are three times more likely than men to have not yet decided who they'll vote for.

Politics - 16.05.2022
Success for Politics at Manchester in the Research Excellence Framework
Politics at The University of Manchester has confirmed its reputation as one of the largest and strongest centres for political expertise in the UK in the government's Research Excellence Framework (

Politics - Social Sciences - 13.05.2022
From political polarization to affective polarization. How did we get to the current situation?
Mariano Torcal and Josep Maria Comellas, researchers at the UPF Research and Expertise Centre for Survey Methodology (RECSM), are the authors of an introductory article for a special issue of the jou

Administration - Politics - 12.05.2022
EU regulation around AI and global dependence
EU regulation around AI and global dependence
Developments in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are moving quickly. This leads to positive things, such as faster detection of cancer, for example.

Innovation - Politics - 12.05.2022
Four UvA professors appointed members of KNAW
Four UvA professors appointed members of KNAW
UvA professors Daniel Bonn, Marieke de Goede, Amade M'charek and Sonja Smets have been selected as new members by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW).
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