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Economics / Business - Politics - 12.06.2017

Politics - Economics / Business - 09.06.2017
King's experts react to the General Election result
Experts from across King's have been commenting on the outcome of the June 2017 General Election: Dr Russell Foster , Department of European and International Studies, said: ' Theresa May's weak leadership means her gamble has failed badly.

Environment - Politics - 09.06.2017
Climate policy: Americans want states to pick up federal slack
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Media - Politics - 09.06.2017

Politics - 07.06.2017
Seeking memories of Manchester protests
Seeking memories of Manchester protests
Were you at a rally in Manchester on 20 February 1988 to fight for LGBT rights against Section 28? Or maybe you attended the political demonstration on 8 March 2003 to object to the Iraq War? More re

Health - Politics - 06.06.2017
Analytical but inauthentic â?- analysis of language offers clues to future PM's style
As the nation prepares to go to the polls, new analysis of the language used by the two main candidates has offered clues to the type of Prime Minister we can expect behind the door of 10 Downing Street after June 8.

Politics - Economics / Business - 01.06.2017
Quentin Bryce launches 2017 Pathways to Politics Program for Women
The first female Governor-General of Australia, The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO, will formally open this yearâ??s Pathways to Politics Program for Women at the Melbourne School of Government tonight.

Politics - Social Sciences - 31.05.2017
Labour dominating Twitter conversation in UK election campaign, says study
Analysis by researchers at Oxford University's Oxford Internet Institute shows that content about the Labour Party is dominating traffic on Twitter during the UK general election campaign. Hashtags such as #VoteLabour and #JezzWeCan are outperforming the likes of #VoteTory and #StrongAndStable, according to the new study.

Politics - Social Sciences - 31.05.2017
New voting advice tool launched to provide insight into policy preferences
New voting advice tool launched to provide insight into policy preferences
A new, interactive website launched this week to help voters in the upcoming UK general election determine which party policies they most closely identify with.

Politics - Social Sciences - 26.05.2017
Who should get your vote? QMUL app matches voters with parties
Who should get your vote? QMUL app matches voters with parties
Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) has launched a new voting advice application to help people make an informed choice on polling day.

Politics - 26.05.2017

Politics - 22.05.2017
Historian’s book traces rise of mass jailing, inequality
In the 1970s, politicians - and the public - interpreted the social movements, rising crime rates and economic downtown as proof that welfare programs didn't work and certain marginalized groups were unfit for full citizenship.

Social Sciences - Politics - 22.05.2017
Political violence gets under kids’ skin’and may stay
ANN ARBOR'When children are victims of political violence, they tend to become more aggressive with members of their own peer group, and that aggression tends to linger as they age, according to a University of Michigan study.

Politics - 22.05.2017
Historian’s book traces rise of mass imprisonment
In the 1970s, politicians - and the public - interpreted the social movements, rising crime rates and economic downtown as proof that welfare programs didn't work and certain marginalized groups were unfit for full citizenship.

Politics - Economics / Business - 18.05.2017
Japan’s Security Renaissance in the 21st Century
Public Guest Lecture by Professor Andrew L. Oros from Washington College / May 31, 2017, at Freie Universität ' 126/2017 from May 18, 2017 Japan's security renaissance will be addressed in a l

Politics - Social Sciences - 15.05.2017
The U.S. and Mexico: What's the way forward'
The U.S. and Mexico: What‘s the way forward’
Over the past two years, U.S.-Mexico relations have taken a distinctive turn, largely stemming from the issue agenda President Donald Trump has brought to U.S. politics: Trump campaigne

Politics - History / Archeology - 12.05.2017

Politics - 10.05.2017
Commitment, generosity guide Iranian Studies program to great heights
When the Iranian Studies program began in the 2005-06 academic year, only two classes were offered. Since then, under the direction of Abbas Milani, the program has expanded significantly.

History / Archeology - Politics - 10.05.2017
PNG history makers tell their stories
PNG history makers tell their stories
A new website hosting interviews with prominent Papua New Guineans on the period leading up to and following that nation's independence from Australia in 1975 has been launched today.

Politics - Administration - 02.05.2017
Trump’s CIA relationship on same painful path as Nixon says new research in Foreign Affairs
President Trump's rocky relationship with the CIA is following a remarkably similar trajectory to President Nixon's difficult dealings with the agency, according to new research published in the April 24th edition of the highly prestigious journal Foreign Affairs.

History / Archeology - Politics - 28.04.2017
One Hundred Days of Trump
One Hundred Days of Trump
Professor Andrew Preston examines the origins of the first hundred days as a measure of presidential success in American politics.

Politics - Administration - 28.04.2017
Trump: the first 100 days
Has President Trump managed to 'make America great again?' Join a panel of experts at The University of Nottingham to find out what the new President has achieved in his first 100 days in office.

History / Archeology - Politics - 28.04.2017
#ICYMI - Trump's First Hundred Days
#ICYMI - Trump’s First Hundred Days
Dr Emily Charnock, Lecturer in American History, delivers her verdict as the Trump presidency reaches its first major milestone.

Politics - History / Archeology - 25.04.2017
Could France be the next chapter in a populist surge?
Could France be the next chapter in a populist surge?
Two of 11 candidates are left standing after France's first-round presidential election April 23: a far-right populist and a centrist never before elected to office.

Health - Politics - 21.04.2017
Yale experts offer thoughts on ‘Science Under Siege’
As thousands of scientists around the world prepared for the April 22 March for Science, a trio of top Yale professors shared their views in a Poynter Fellowship symposium on truth, trust, and science in the modern age.

Religions - Politics - 19.04.2017
Is democracy on the wane in Turkey?
Is democracy on the wane in Turkey?
Once hailed as a model for Islamic democracy,Turkey plays a key role in both the Syrian refugee crisis and the U.S.-led fight against the Islamic State.

Architecture - Politics - 18.04.2017
School of Architecture Senior Exhibition, "What Do We Know?” Opens April 27
Miller Gallery and the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University will jointly present "What Do We Know?” in the Miller Gallery from Thursday, April 27, through Saturday, April 29.

Politics - Social Sciences - 18.04.2017
French Presidential election 2017 under the macroscope
Research labs' collaborative initiatives putting the spotlight on political life With the approach of the presidential elections, researchers are coming together to conduct experiments, and to raise questions about the elections as well as the conduct of electoral campaigns.

Career - Politics - 17.04.2017
Why we should march for science
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Politics - 07.04.2017
Prof Richard Aldrich talks spies on Channel 4’s Spying on the Royals
Professor Richard Aldrich, of the University of Warwick's Department of Politics and International Studies, has spoken to Channel 4's Spying on the Royals about how the British govermnet spies targeted Edward VIII, Wallis Simpson and George VI.

Politics - 06.04.2017
’Feminist’ platform can be electorally risky
ANN ARBOR'The outcome of the contentious 2016 presidential election still baffles many political pundits, scholars and voters.

Politics - Social Sciences - 05.04.2017
University to create computer and data science hub in John Crerar Library
Reader preferences for liberal or conservative political books also attract them to different types of science books, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Chicago and Yale and Cornell universities. The result supports observations that the divisiveness of politics in the United States has spread to scientific communication as well, endangering the role of science as politically neutral ground.

Social Sciences - Politics - 04.04.2017
A ’stranglehold’ on the data that could help explain political extremism
The advent of social media has led to a vast increase in the amount of social information that we see about others' political behaviour and this has important implications for democracy, argues Professor Helen Margetts in Nature Human Behaviour.

Politics - 03.04.2017
Richard Aldrich talks fake news, politics and the Zinoviev letter on the BBC’s Westminster Hour
Professor Richard Aldrich, of the University of Warwick's Department of Politics and International Studies, has spoken to BBC Radio 4's the Westminster Hour about the history of fake news, its impact on politics and the infamous Zinoviev letter.

Politics - Social Sciences - 03.04.2017
Book purchases of liberals and conservatives reveal partisan division
Reader preferences for liberal or conservative political books also attract them to different types of science books, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Chicago and Yale and Cornell universities. The result supports observations that the divisiveness of politics in the United States has spread to scientific communication as well, endangering the role of science as politically neutral ground.

Politics - Economics / Business - 03.04.2017
Bern notice
Bern notice
Vermont senator Bernie Sanders made a forceful pitch for his progressive political vision in a talk at MIT on Friday evening, asserting that U.S. politics 'must be' liberal in nature if the country is to surmount its economic and social struggles.

Politics - Social Sciences - 03.04.2017
Stanford expert examines roots of America’s divide
Stanford law expert Mugambi Jouet analyzes what has led to the current political divide in America and what separates the United States from other Western countries in a newly published book.

Career - Politics - 31.03.2017
Tories narrow gap on Labour in London while Lib Dems double support
Tories narrow gap on Labour in London while Lib Dems double support
The Labour Party's support in London has declined by nine points in a year, according to polling commissioned by the Mile End Institute, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).

Politics - History / Archeology - 31.03.2017
White Nationalist Comments Demonstrate Educational Problems
U.S. Rep. Steve King of Iowa once again made news for endorsing white supremacist sentiments by Dutch politician Geert Wilders.

Politics - Administration - 29.03.2017
Federal Councillor Schneider-Ammann meets British Minister of State Jo Johnson
Bern, 29.03.2017 - On 29 March Federal Councillor Johann N. Schneider-Ammann, the head of the Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Education and Research (EAER), met his British counterpart, Jo Johnson, the Minister of State for Universities.

Politics - 29.03.2017
Most Brexit voters want more members to leave the EU
The majority of people who voted 'Leave' in last year's referendum hope other countries will also leave the European Union soon, a survey by Ipsos MORI for King's College London has found, but most 'Remain' voters hope the EU will keep its remaining members.

Politics - Social Sciences - 28.03.2017
Pew Survey Shows Some Don’t Understand Role of Higher Ed
The recent results of a Pew Research Center survey on the public's views of colleges and universities are disheartening.

Economics / Business - Politics - 27.03.2017
Australian vulnerability to Chinese economic influence is exaggerated: ANU Policy paper
A new policy paper from The Australian National University (ANU) has found Australian vulnerability to Chinese economic influence is exaggerated, although China is increasingly using economic policy to exert political and security influence.

History / Archeology - Politics - 23.03.2017
Women’s revolt transformed Nigeria, says historian
New research by Judith Byfield, associate professor of history, offers a different lens through which to understand women's political history in post-World War II Nigeria.

Politics - 23.03.2017
Act of Congress
Act of Congress
Gisela Sin is fascinated with the U.S. Congress. It's the focus of her research. But the political science professor also knows that learning how Congress works can be extremely boring.

Administration - Politics - 22.03.2017
Party Politics, Not Public Demand, Drove Special Session
Moments after the Texas Senate followed the House in adjourning a day before the special session expired, Lt.

History / Archeology - Politics - 21.03.2017
Fake News - It's older than you think!
Fake News - It’s older than you think!
Fake News - It's older than you think! A University of Sussex historian has been chosen by the BBC to turn her new, ground-breaking work on Henry VIII and Elizabeth I into a nationwide radio programme.

Environment - Politics - 17.03.2017