Research topic: A post-Arab Spring analysis of the survival of the Moroccan and Omani monarchies
Associate Professor of Russian Government, St Antonys College
Research topic: Hungarian minority autonomy claims in Romania and Slovakia
Associate Professor of Politics, Exeter College
CUF Lecturer in Politics and Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Balliol College
Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Emeritus Professor of Nuffield College
Research topic: Reparation Designs: Policies and Politics of Redress in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina
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 International Relations, Lecturer in International Relations at New College
Professor of the History and Politics of Modern China, Fellow, St Cross College
Research topic: The League of Nations secretariat and internationalism in the interwar period
Research topic: The Colonial Origins of the Resource Curse
Associate Professor of Politics, Praelector in Politics, Queens College, Director of Undergraduate Studies
SEESOX/ONASSIS Research Fellow
Research topic: The positive reassessment of Republican China in post-Mao China
10th Jul 2017
21st Jun 2017
28th Feb 2017
9th Feb 2017
Sudhir Hazareesingh has been quoted in a book review in the New York Times (3 February) that discusses the popularity in France of books about the decline of the West in general , and France in particular.
7th Oct 2016
24th Aug 2016
Congratulations to Dr Matthew Walton, who has received an award from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) for a project entitled ‘Understanding Buddhist Nationalism in Myanmar: Religion, Identity, and Conflict in a Political Transition’.
28th Jul 2016
Alexander Betts has given a TED talk on the UK's Brexit vote, why it happened, and what to do next.
12th Jul 2016
Nic Cheeseman has written and article for Kenyan newspaper the Daily Nation (9 July) that reflects on the rise in racist attacks around the 'Brexit' referendum and considers the impact of the UK's colonial legacy on contemporary developments, as well as the changing contours of race and racism.
4th Jul 2016
Sudhir Hazareesingh has been interviewed by French magazine Télérama (30 June) about what the possiblity of Britain leaving the EU means to him, personally and professionally.
1st Jul 2016
Margaret MacMillan was interviewed for the 'World Update' programme on the BBC World Service (28 June) in an episode entitled 'Brexit: European Reaction', in which she was specifically asked about reports of an increase in racist incidents in the wake of the EU referendum result.
22nd Jun 2016
Gwendolyn Sasse is part of an expert panel responding to a question set by Carnegie Europe's Strategic Europe blog - "Will the UK Referendum Irreparably Damage Europe?"
30th May 2016
5th May 2016
15th Apr 2016
Gwendolyn Sasse has written an article for Carnegie Europe (12 April) entitled 'Constitution Making in Ukraine: Refocusing the Debate', which is part of Carnegie’s 'Reforming Ukraine' project and is supported in part by a grant from the Open Society Foundation.
19th Feb 2016
Dr Sudhir Hazareesingh recently appeared on BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking, where he discussed the republican ideal of freedom in the context of the Delacroix exhibition which has just opened at the National Gallery in London.
Gwen Sasse and Félix Krawatzek have published an article on The Conversation, in which they discuss their research into the experiences of German migrants to the US.
29th Jan 2016