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Politics - Administration/Government
17.10.2017
Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?
As voters in Alberta and Quebec head to the polls, and a year before municipal elections in Ontario and through much of the rest of the country, a new paper looks at the potential for electoral refor
Physics/Materials Science - Politics
17.10.2017
Bridging the science-policy divide
Bridging the science-policy divide
In the eighth grade, in response to being asked what she wanted to be when she grew up, Talia Weiss critically examined her aspirations and gathered them into one succinct statement: "I wanted to be a writer, dancer, and an astrophysicist," she recalls.
Social Sciences - Politics
11.10.2017
Making sense of the Arab Spring
Making sense of the Arab Spring
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Thousands flooded streets and squares in the Arab Spring of 2011, and dictators fell.
Politics
10.10.2017
Londoners identify more with their city than with Britain, England, or Europe
Londoners identify more with their city than with Britain, England, or Europe
Londoners identify more strongly with their home city than with any other national or European identity, according to a survey by researchers at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Politics - Social Sciences
09.10.2017
3 ways millennials do politics differently
Millennials' political engagement is quite distinct from that of their baby boomer and Gen X predecessors.
Computer Science/Telecom - Politics
07.10.2017
At Stanford, Hillary Clinton discusses the perils of technology
In her address to members of the campus community, Clinton spoke about Russia's involvement in the 2016 election and celebrated Stanford's efforts to combat cyber warfare.
Environment/Sustainable Development - Politics
02.10.2017
Event - Politics
02.10.2017
IGS scholar on Las Vegas shooting: ’We’ll have to come together without our president’
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Politics - Environment/Sustainable Development
30.09.2017
Minamata Convention sets up office in Geneva
Bern, 30.09.2017 - On 30 September 2017, the approximately 150 States meeting in Geneva for the first Conference of the Parties (COP1) to the Minamata Convention on Mercury decided to base the Convention in Geneva.
Politics
28.09.2017
Convention on mercury: a success of multilateralism
Bern, 28.09.2017 - Doris Leuthard, President of the Swiss Confederation, participated on 28 September 2017 in the Conference of the Parties (COP1) to the Minamata Convention on Mercury that began last Sunday in Geneva.
Politics
28.09.2017
No push for a domino effect: Brexit doesn't loom large in populist radical right parties' campaigns
No push for a domino effect: Brexit doesn’t loom large in populist radical right parties’ campaigns
Dr Stijn van Kessel writes for UK in a Changing Europe on how Brexit didn't create a surge of populist radical right parties (PRR) wanting to leave the European Union.
Politics - Law/Forensics
26.09.2017
Labour now the most trusted party to stand up for England
Labour is now the political party most trusted by voters in England to represent English interests, according to new research from Cardiff University and the University of Edinburgh.
Physics/Materials Science - Politics
22.09.2017
Considering options for U.S.-North Korea relations
Stanford scholars Gi-Wook Shin and Michael R. Auslin discuss options for the United States as it contends with North Korea's nuclear aspirations.
Politics - Social Sciences
20.09.2017
To me, golliwogs are racist - but a tearoom tangle and a new poll shows Britain disagrees
To me, golliwogs are racist - but a tearoom tangle and a new poll shows Britain disagrees
Professor Tim Bale writes for The Conversation on a study that reveals the majority of British people don't really have a problem with golliwogs.
Politics - Mathematics
19.09.2017
Mathematician and chronicler of political murders
Mathematician and chronicler of political murders
Research news Emil J. Gumbel's formulas are fundamental for extreme value theory. This statistical discipline describes extreme incidents, such as floods or storms.
Politics
19.09.2017
UQ professor recognised as 'Agent of Peace'
UQ professor recognised as ’Agent of Peace’
A founding professor of The University of Queensland's Peace and Conflict Studies will be honoured on the 2017 International Day of Peace.
Politics
18.09.2017
What has devolution ever done for us?
New data released to coincide with the anniversary of the devolution referendum has revealed that, twenty years on, many Welsh people are markedly unimpressed by the difference that devolution has made to their daily lives.
Social Sciences - Politics
14.09.2017
Recognising our social science top scholars
Four University of Queensland researchers have been admitted to The Academy of Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) in recognition of their outstanding research contributions to their areas of disciplines.
Physics/Materials Science - Politics
11.09.2017
Making sense of nuclear threats
Making sense of nuclear threats
About a decade ago, when Vipin Narang started writing his doctoral dissertation on nuclear strategy, he encountered a little problem: People around him thought his thesis would be irrelevant.
Politics - Earth Sciences
08.09.2017
Stanford scholar’s new book explores limited electoral power of low-income Americans
Stanford professor Karen Jusko's new book investigates the lack of electoral power low-income Americans possess.
Business/Economics - Politics
07.09.2017
The alt-right is normalising Nazi propaganda
The alt-right is normalising Nazi propaganda
The alt-right plagarises Nazi-era propaganda and re-packages it for the social media generation, according to a new book by Professor Nicholas O'Shaughnessy from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Politics - Environment/Sustainable Development
06.09.2017
Mercury: first Minamata Convention conference in Geneva
Bern, 06.09.2017 - The first Conference of the Parties to the Minamata Convention will take place from 24 to 29 September in Geneva.
Politics - Computer Science/Telecom
01.09.2017
Did the Russians effect the 2016 election and beyond?
Did the Russians effect the 2016 election and beyond?
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Architecture - Politics
30.08.2017
UChicago appointed co-commissioner of U.S. Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale
The U.S. Pavilion at the Venice Biennale has a prominent position within Venice's Castello Gardens, which house all of the national pavilions.
Politics - Business/Economics
24.08.2017
How Trump’s Comments May Actually Help Race Relations
President Donald Trump's slowness to condemn the Charlottesville violence, and then subsequent comments where he stated there was "blame on both sides," produced outrage, and rightly so.
Politics - Business/Economics
22.08.2017
Andreas Dür is Researching Free Trade Agreements
Andreas Dür is Researching Free Trade Agreements
Andreas Dür is a political scientist at the University of Salzburg. He is involved in a project financed by the European Research Council (ERC) on the question of power in economic negotiations.
Careers/Employment - Politics
16.08.2017
Constitution Unit launches Independent Commission on Referendums
Constitution Unit launches Independent Commission on Referendums
The UCL Constitution Unit today launches an Independent Commission on Referendums, bringing together a group of very senior figures to deliberate on the use and conduct of referendums in the UK.
Politics
10.08.2017
Political Scientist at Freie Universität Re-appointed to Committee of the German Bundestag
Professor Klaus Schroeder Continues to Serve as Advisor on Consequences of Injustice in the GDR No 213/2017 from Aug 10, 2017 The political scientist Klaus Schroeder at Freie Universität Berlin has o
Politics - Law/Forensics
09.08.2017
UCLA faculty voice: Celebrating indigenous peoples and how they gained a voice | UCLA
UCLA faculty voice: Celebrating indigenous peoples and how they gained a voice | UCLA
Ulia Gosart is a lecturer in information studies at UCLA. She has been an indigenous rights advocate for more than a decade.
Arts and Design - Politics
03.08.2017
Undergrads are Asia-bound on Westpac scholarships
Undergrads are Asia-bound on Westpac scholarships
UQ's recipients this year are: Hai Xia Wang Pole, Sunny van den Berg, Lachlan Thomas-Walters, Vincent Slinger, David Nyeste and John Atherton.
Politics
02.08.2017
Why did Wales vote for Brexit?
A leading political expert from Cardiff University is to present the first detailed analysis of what really happened in Wales during the dramatic EU referendum.
Politics - Administration/Government
02.08.2017
Election shocks galore - but why not Wales?
The 2017 general election provided seismic shocks, but why did little change in Wales where Labour won for the 26 th time in a row?
Politics - Social Sciences
31.07.2017
Stanford sociologist flips assimilation formula
In his new book, sociologist Tomás Jiménez turns the conventional analysis of assimilation on its head and dissects the phenomenon from the perspective of Silicon Valley's established population.
History/Archeology - Politics
27.07.2017
Making Rome great again: fake views in the ancient world
Making Rome great again: fake views in the ancient world
A political leader who seeks to make his nation "great again" and a time when 'post-truth' rhetoric appears to support political ambitions.
Administration/Government - Politics
24.07.2017
David Davis favourite to succeed Theresa May, finds survey of Conservative members
David Davis favourite to succeed Theresa May, finds survey of Conservative members
The Brexit Secretary David Davis is the narrow favourite among party members to succeed Theresa May, according to a major survey led by academics at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL).
Politics - Business/Economics
20.07.2017
Academics bring rational scrutiny to politics, says Yanis Varoufakis
Academics bring rational scrutiny to politics, says Yanis Varoufakis
Academics bring rational scrutiny to politics, says Yanis Varoufakis Yanis Varoufakis , Professor of Political Economy and Economic Theory at the University of Athens University, is to be awarded the
Business/Economics - Politics
20.07.2017
Stanford scholar examines international institutions
Rising nations such as China and India are seeking to play a greater role in the world's most influential international organizations.
Social Sciences - Politics
19.07.2017
Here's what we know about Labour's £3 supporters
Here’s what we know about Labour’s £3 supporters
In the midst of the election campaign, forces on both sides of the Jeremy Corbyn debate are trying to make the most of the 48-hour window within which anyone can register as a supporter of the Labour Party.
Law/Forensics - Politics
17.07.2017
Legal experts parse the Trump campaign-Russia connection and the law
Stanford law scholars Robert Weisberg and David Sklansky examine the potential legal ramifications of Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer who allegedly promised negative information on Hillary Clinton.
Civil Engineering/Traffic Engineering - Politics
13.07.2017
Urbanism festival navigates post-truth politics for the facts
The Festival of Urbanism returns for the fourth year to expose the real historical, political and economic forces shaping cities and urban life in an era of post-truth politics.
Event - Politics
12.07.2017
Social Sciences - Politics
07.07.2017
Conference reveals true impacts of organised crime across West
Conference reveals true impacts of organised crime across West
A major two-day conference , opening today at the University and organised through the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies , will shine a light on the shady underworld of or
Politics
03.07.2017
Justice and the prevention of genocide
Leading researchers and scholars from around the world will gather at The University of Queensland next week to discuss the growing crisis in human protection.
Politics - History/Archeology
03.07.2017
National Security Act of 1947 Had Bipartisan Roots
Seventy years ago, Democratic President Harry S. Truman signed into law the National Security Act passed by a Republican Congress.
Politics - Environment/Sustainable Development
30.06.2017
Wilderness areas being destroyed - but there is hope
Wilderness areas being destroyed - but there is hope
Less than two per cent of wilderness is currently protected in global World Heritage sites - but many opportunities exist to increase this figure.
Politics - Administration/Government
29.06.2017
Revolution resonates in modern Russia 100 years on
Today's fight for freedom is for freedom of women and sexual liberation and this was one of the many messages of the Bolshevik revolution.
Social Sciences - Politics
28.06.2017
Tour de Force - Will Macron Lead the Way to Another Europe?
Berlin European Dialogue on July 4, 2017, at Freie Universität Berlin ‘ 173/2017 from Jun 28, 2017 The results of the French presidential election in June 2017 are the subject of the 7th Berlin European Dialogue on July 4, 2017, at Freie Universität Berlin.
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