Research topic: Why does God save the King? A post-Arab Spring analysis of the survival of the Moroccan and Omani monarchie
Emeritus Fellow in Latin American Politics, St. Antonys College
Professor of Comparative Democratisation, Nuffield College, Director of Graduate Students Professional Training
Nuffield Chair of Comparative Politics, MPhil Comparative Goverment Course Director
Director, The Migration Observatory, Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts
Emeritus Fellow, Nuffield College
Professor of Comparative Politics, Fellow, Corpus Christi College
Associate Professor of Comparative Politics, Brasenose
Associate Professor of Politics, St. Hughs
Director of Centre for Experimental Social Sciences, Fellow of Nuffield College
Associate Professor of Quantitative Methods in Comparative Government, Director of the Oxford Q-Step Centre, Fellow of Nuffield College
Professor in the Sociology of Politics, Official Fellow in Politics, Nuffield College
Associate Professor of Comparative Political Economy, Magdalen
Associate Professor in the Qualitative Study of Comparative Political Institutions; Professorial Fellow, Nuffield College
Research topic: Voting Behavior, The Decline of Social Democratic Parties, Niche Parties, Electoral Competition, Party System Change
Associate Professor of Government, Tutorial Fellow at Lady Margaret Hall
Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Emeritus Professor of Nuffield College
Associate Professor of Politics and Student of Christ Church
Research topic: ‘THE CHOSEN PEOPLE’ AND ‘THE HOUSE OF MANY MANSIONS’: How Nationalism Stabilized Israel’s Democracy and Destabilized That of Lebanon
Departmental Lecturer in Quantitative Methods
Professor of Politics, Official Fellow, Nuffield College
Director of Research, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Research topic: Securing Reform? Post-Election Power Sharing and Security Sector Reform in Kenya, Togo, and Zimbabwe
Fellow in Politics at Merton College
University Lecturer in Brazilian Studies, St Antonys College
Emeritus Professor of Politics
Research topic: Elite cooperation within US state policymaking
Professor of Comparative Politics and Tutorial Fellow (St Hilda's College)
Research Fellow, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
Professor of Politics and Fellow of Jesus College
Research topic: Strategies of electoral dominance in semi-authoritarian regimes
24th Feb 2017
Sudhir Hazareesingh has written an article for the Financial Times, in which he discusses Marine Le Pen's prospects of winning the French presidential election.
3rd Feb 2017
Sudhir Hazareesingh appeared on BBC Radio 4’s ‘The World Tonight’ programme (2 February) to discuss the current scandal in which French Presidential candidate François Fillon has become embroiled.
20th Jan 2017
Desmond King has written an article for Prospect magazine (16 January) entitled ‘How Hillary got robbed’.
18th Jan 2017
Stephen Fisher has commented in an article in the Independent (12 January) about polls which show Marine Le Pen in the lead in the French presidential race.
23rd Nov 2016
11th Nov 2016
Desmond King has contributed to an article on Medium (11 November) on the election of Donald Trump as the next US President. The article also features contributions from other members of the University of Oxford, including the Chancellor, Chris Patten.
Stephen Fisher has appeared on the Howard Bentham show on BBC Radio Oxford (10 November) to talk about the major US election polls that got the results wrong.
27th Oct 2016
Scot Peterson has written an article for the Guardian (25 October) about the current difficulties that prevent the Prime Minister from calling a snap election.
24th Oct 2016
In a New York Times article (23 October) entitled ‘Donald Trump’s Threat to Reject Election Results Alarms Scholars’, Nic Cheeseman discusses the political strategies employed by US presidential candidate Donald Trump - and the possibility that he will not accept defeat.
21st Oct 2016
7th Oct 2016
29th Sep 2016
22nd Sep 2016
Rana Mitter has appeared on BBC Radio 4’s ‘The World Tonight’ programme (9 September) to discuss the recent election of pro-democracy candidates in Hong Kong, and the displeased response of the Chinese government.
22nd Aug 2016
Matthew Williams has been interviewed by the Xinhua News Agency (15 August) on the current crisis in the British Labour Party.
18th Aug 2016
When American voters go to the polls on November 8, they will bring to an end an election cycle that has wholly captivated and sometimes shocked the nation. On that day, the United States will elect its 45th President, and the electoral college map will once again assume the shades of red and blue.
5th Jul 2016
Geoffrey Evans was one of a group of academics who spoke in a televised seminar entitled "Britain's European vote: The Outcome and Implications of the EU Referendum on EU membership" for the BBC Parliament channel (30 June).
23rd Jun 2016
David Miller has written an article for Foreign Policy Magazine's website on the 'Brexit' debate, in which he argues that the EU referendum campaign has been notable for the lack of emphasis placed on positive arguments for EU democracy by 'Remain' campaigners.