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Research topic: A post-Arab Spring analysis of the survival of the Moroccan and Omani monarchies

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Andy Buschmann

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Professor of International Relations and Official Fellow, Linacre College

Professor Martin Ceadel

Professor of Politics, Fellow of New College

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Associate Professor of Russian Government, St Antonys College

Alex Coccia

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Mr Puneet Dhaliwal

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Mr Arthur Duhé

Research topic: Theory of International Relations

Prof Anthony Heath

Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Emeritus Professor of Nuffield College

Ms Zaha Kheir

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Dr Felix Krawatzek

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Rodrigo Moraes

Research topic: Civil society organizations and the international arms trade

Max Muir

Research topic: Unquiet Ghosts: A Critique of Civil Disobedience

Dr Nicholas Owen

Associate Professor of Politics, Praelector in Politics, Queens College, Director of Undergraduate Studies

Professor Sir Adam Roberts

Senior Research Fellow, Department of Politics & International Relations

Professor F. David Rueda

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