Post Doctoral Research Associate
Research topic: Organizational Politics; Military Effectiveness; US Defense Policy; Evolutionary Approaches to Social Science; Russian Foreign Policy
Research topic: The termination and aftermath of civil wars
Professor of Politics, Fellow of New College
Research topic: Cyber Security and International Relations
Emeritus Professor of European International Politics, Fellow, Wolfson College
John G. Winant Associate Professor in U.S. Foreign Policy, Professorial Fellow (Nuffield)
Research topic: Cyber Security in International Relations
Senior Research Fellow in International Relations, DPIR, Emeritus Fellow St Antony's College
Research topic: Communal Violence in the Bangladesh-Myanmar Borderlands
Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Politics and International Relations and at Pembroke College; Director of Studies, Changing Character of War Programme
Director of the Changing Character of War Centre
Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Director of the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs, Co-Director of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security (Dept of Computer Science)
Departmental Lecturer in International Relations, Lecturer in International Relations at New College
Lester B Pearson Professor of International Relations and Fellow, St Annes College
Offical Fellow and Lecturer in Politics (International Relations), St Peters College, University of Oxford
Departmental Lecturer in International Relations, College Lecturer at St. John's College
Research topic: Civil society organizations and the international arms trade
Research topic: The spread of nuclear-weapon-free zones in the Global South
Senior Research Fellow, Department of Politics & International Relations
Senior Research Fellow- Project on Individual Liability in War
Associate Professor of Quantitative Methods in International Relations, Brasenose College
Research topic: The emergence of cyber-security in the Middle East
Emeritus Professor of International Relations
Research topic: The Proliferation of Cyber Weapons
Research topic: Political Transformation and the Misconception of Stability
5th May 2017
27th Jan 2017
Sir Julian King, European Union Commissioner for the Security Union, spoke on 'A Comprehensive Approach to Evolving Cyber Threats' at a workshop hosted by the Cyber Studies Programme in the Department of Politics and International Relations. The event was chaired by Dr Lucas Kello and Mr Robert Madelin.
9th Dec 2016
21st Nov 2016
Florian Egloff, Research Affiliate of the Cyber Studies Programme, has written an article (17 November) for Lawfare, a U.S. national security policy website, about the risks of cyber privateering as a policy choice for the United States.
11th Nov 2016
29th Jun 2016
Congratulations to Matthew Longo for winning this year's Leo Strauss Award for the Best Dissertation in Political Philosophy at the American Political Science Association awards.
22nd Jun 2016
26th Apr 2016
This spring our blog OxPol is publishing a selection of articles from Politike, a Brazilian website associated with the magazine CartaCapital. Politike will also be publishing articles from OxPol, which will be available at http://politike.cartacapital.com.br/oxpol/
31st Mar 2016
Dr Jonathan Leader Maynard recently took part in two extended interviews on TalkRadio to discuss recent terrorist bombings which have taken place in Brussels and Lahore.
17th Dec 2015
30th Nov 2015
Jonathan Leader Maynard, Departmental Lecturer in International Relations, was interviewed on BBC Radio Oxford on Friday 27th November, offering his comments on the proposal that the UK join air strikes on ISIS in Syria.
18th Nov 2015
Yesterday, Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne warned in a speech at GCHQ that Islamic State terrorists are seeking to use “cyber warfare to kill people” in the country. He promised that the government would respond to such an attack with “the full spectrum of actions,” including the use of armed force.
24th Sep 2015
4th Aug 2015
John Lee has written in World Affairs on changes to Japan's defence policy, with a move towards a more 'proactive' strategy.
27th Mar 2015
Gwendolyn Sasse has written an article for Carnegie Europe (27 March) entitled ‘Remember Crimea? A Year Later’.
23rd Mar 2015
Professor Jeff Kingston, director of Asian Studies at Temple University Japan, has written an opinion piece for The Japan Times (7 March) entitled 'Centennial lessons for Abe from the '21 Demands'' that features comments from Rana Mitter.
3rd Mar 2015
There has been a large Oxford presence at the International Studies Association (ISA) annual meeting that took place in New Orleans from 17 to 21 February, at which over 30 Oxford postdoctoral students, 5 postdoctoral researchers and 7 faculty members attended.
24th Feb 2015
Gwendolyn Sasse has appeared in various media over the last few days discussing the second Minsk agreement on a ceasefire in Ukraine.