Dr. Jörg Wiegratz recently published an article on The Conversation website entitled "No country for dirty money: behind Britain's populist promise on corruption".
International Relations student Natalie Lovell, has been awarded second prize in the Political Studies Association essay competition.
It has been a busy few weeks for all in the political sphere including Dr Victoria Honeyman who has written two pieces for the Conversation while also being in high demand as an expert for news shows.
16 October 2015, TBC | Conference
An annual conference that concentrates on the study of political issues between disciplines in the humanities and social sciences
12 June 2015 | Lecture
Three lectures delivered by Professor Matthew Flinders (University of Sheffield), Professor Nicola Phillips (University of Sheffield) and Professor David Hulme (University of Manchester). There is a blog post about this event byDr. Lata Narayanaswamy available on the Centre for Global Development website
New Masters for 2015
New for 2015 entry, MA International Relations and Politics of the Middle East is a distinctive Masters directly addressing the complex nature of the Politics and International Relations of the Middle East.
It will enable students to gain an insight into the internal dimensions of the region and their links with regional and extra-regional relations.
"I love my course and enjoy all my modules; they are very diverse and give students the chance to study a variety of topics. This allows us to shape our degree according to our own interests. Every professor and tutor is very devoted and passionate about their subject and they are always eager to help."
Georgiana Epure (BA International Relations)