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Politics - Computer Science - 08.04.2022

Administration - Politics - 08.04.2022
With $4 million in funding, University of Toronto-based program aims to improve local taxation in lower-income countries
With $4 million in funding, University of Toronto-based program aims to improve local taxation in lower-income countries
An applied research initiative based at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy aims to improve public services and governance in lower-income countries through more effective local taxation.

Politics - 07.04.2022
Landmark report shows UK citizens are 'deeply concerned' about their democracy
Landmark report shows UK citizens are ’deeply concerned’ about their democracy
'Dissatisfied', 'frustrated' and 'let down' are words summing up how most people feel about the UK's democracy today, finds an in-depth report from UCL and the UK's leading public participation charity, Involve.

Health - Politics - 07.04.2022
When Fox News viewers flip to CNN, their opinions shift too
Research co-authored at UC Berkeley found that when regular viewers of conservative Fox News programming watched CNN for a month, their political opinions shifted in subtle but intriguing ways - until they returned to watching Fox.

Politics - 05.04.2022
Will European unity and solidarity last?
Will European unity and solidarity last?
The solidarity shown by European civilians and politicians in response to the war in Ukraine is unheard of.

Health - Politics - 31.03.2022
The ongoing crisis in Ukraine
The ongoing crisis in Ukraine
Perspectives on the ongoing crisis in Ukraine Five Johns Hopkins experts discuss the nearand long-term global consequences of the conflict, including supply chain disruption, humanitarian disaster, a

Politics - 30.03.2022
After court weakened Voting Rights Act, minority voting power dropped
Since the Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act in 2013, minority voter underrepresentation has intensified-especially in places where Black, Asian, and Latino voters are on the brink of being electoral majorities, according to a new Berkeley Haas study.

Environment - Politics - 29.03.2022

Politics - 28.03.2022

Computer Science - Politics - 23.03.2022
Invasion of Ukraine: Should we fear cyberattacks?
Invasion of Ukraine: Should we fear cyberattacks?
UdeM cybersecurity researcher Benoît Dupont discusses the use of cyberattacks in Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Politics - History / Archeology - 21.03.2022

Linguistics / Literature - Politics - 20.03.2022
Opinion: Peace, partition or stalemate: three ways this unravelling war will end
Opinion: Peace, partition or stalemate: three ways this unravelling war will end
The Russians' gamble on a quick win did not pay off, but Ukraine still cannot drive them out. So what happens next? Asks Professor Mark Galeotti (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies).

Politics - Social Sciences - 18.03.2022
Symbols bring concepts to life as powerful unifiers, dividers
The letter "Z" has appeared in Russia as an emblem of support for the invasion of Ukraine, yet its origination is unclear.

Politics - 17.03.2022

Politics - Economics / Business - 17.03.2022
New project investigates links between precarious work and authoritarian politics in Global South
Dr Rosana Pinheiro Machado (SPS) has been awarded ¤2 million ERC funding to lead ground-breaking research in Brazil, India, and the Philippines.

Politics - Administration - 16.03.2022

Politics - Economics / Business - 14.03.2022

Politics - 13.03.2022
Opinion: The West needs to prepare for guerrilla war in Ukraine
Opinion: The West needs to prepare for guerrilla war in Ukraine
The West has pledged its support to Ukraine with promises of weapons and other aid but now it needs to consider exactly what this means, says Professor Mark Galeotti (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies).

Politics - 12.03.2022
Opinion: Is Russia becoming a dictatorship?
Opinion: Is Russia becoming a dictatorship?
Putin may want to be a modern-day Soviet commissar but the rise of the internet and the willingness of the Russian people to challenge the state means it prove to be very difficult, says Professor Mark Galeotti (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies).

Politics - 10.03.2022
Event report: ’In Search of Climate Politics’ book launch
On Tuesday, 8 February 2022 the launch event of Mat Paterson's book 'In Search of Climate Politics' took place.

Politics - 10.03.2022
Data on the Russian invasion of Ukraine available in near-real time
In order to track and share data on violent events unfolding in Ukraine, a University of Michigan researcher has developed a platform that collects this information in almost real time.

Politics - Art and Design - 09.03.2022

Politics - Social Sciences - 09.03.2022

Campus - Politics - 08.03.2022

Politics - Administration - 07.03.2022
Opinion: How does Putin extract himself from this nightmare of his own making?
Opinion: How does Putin extract himself from this nightmare of his own making?
Paralysed by Ukraine, the Russian president will need his security services to keep him in power, says Professor Mark Galeotti (UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies).