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Professor Archie Brown

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Mr Filip Bubenheimer

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Dr Richard Coggins

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Mr Malcolm Deas

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Professor Anne Deighton

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Professor Louise Fawcett

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Mr Nikita Gryazin

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Eric B Haney

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Dr Michael Hart

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Dr Sudhir Hazareesingh

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Professor Dominic Johnson

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Dr Robert Johnson

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Professor Edward Keene

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Professor Desmond King

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Associate Professor David Leopold

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Research topic: Theory of International Relations; Chinese Foreign Policy; Maritime Disputes

Dr Hartmut Mayer

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Professor Iain McLean

Professor of Politics, Official Fellow, Nuffield College

Professor Rana Mitter

Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China, Fellow, St Cross College

Mr Marco Moraes

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Mr Naosuke Mukoyama

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Dr Karma Nabulsi

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Professor Kalypso Nicolaïdis

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Dr Nicholas Owen

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Professor Patricia Owens

Professor of International Relations

Dr Andrew Payne

Hedley Bull Research Fellow in International Relations

Dr Scot Peterson

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Dr Sophie Smith

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Rana Mitter, Director of the Oxford China Centre and Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China, will receive the 2020 Medlicott Medal from the Historical Association.

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The Department is delighted to announce that Patricia Owens will join us from July 2020 as Professor of International Relations.

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