About the Website
This website was completely redeveloped and went live in early 2015. We hope to continue to develop the site, improving the features, functionality and content as the Department continues to grow. We receive on average around 700 visitors to our site each day, with over half a million page views each year.
Website design by Franks & Franks
We'd like to thank all the staff and students of the Department of Politics and International relations for their input and feedback which helped in creating this website.
Photos are by Susan Taylor Photography unless otherwise specified.
The image for the Research tab on the home page is by Charles Hutchins (CC BY 2.0).
The image for the Research Project 'The Politics of the Future? Negotiating Tomorrow’s Uncertainties in Diverse Political Conditions' on the Research Projects page is by Bob Jagendorf (CC BY-NC 2.0).
The image for the Research Project 'The New Governance of Global Capital Markets: Winner and Losers' on the Research Projects page is by Linus Bohman (CC BY 2.0).
The image for the Research Project 'Europe Unbound: geopolitics, economics, and communication' on the Research Projects page is by woodleywonderworks (CC BY 2.0).
The image for the Research Project 'The Political Economy of Democracy Promotion Project in collaboration with the Westminster Foundation for Democracy' on the Research Projects page is by Adam Cohn (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0).
The image for the Research Project 'Passions and Interests? Emotional Politics and Politicized Emotion in Sino-Japanese Relations' on the Research Projects page is by Ronnie Chua / Shutterstock.
The image for the Research Project 'Waking Up to a Golden Dawn: How Exposure to the Refugee Crisis Shapes Political Behaviour' on the Research Projects page is by Harry van Versendaal.
The image for the Research Project 'Determinants of Public Legitimacy: Survey Evidence from Afghanistan' on the Research Projects page is by Afghanistan Matters/Flickr (CC BY 2.0).
The copyright information for the Research Project 'Practical Political Economy for Resource Governance Reform' on the Research Projects page is: Date: 03 June 15; Copyright © George Osodi / Panos for Oxfam America. Caption/Abstract: A reflection of youths as they examine oil pollution on their farmland in Rumuekpe Rivers State in Niger Delta area of Nigeria in June 2015. Rumuekpe community was heavily destroyed during the conflict among various rival militants and cult gangs over access to Oil money which lead to inter-communal violence which killed so many people, including women and children, from 2005-08. Thousands more were displaced by fighting that left homes, schools and churches in ruins with many suffering poverty and homelessness.