Dr Daphne Halikiopoulou: the rise of the far right and political populism
Dr Daphne Halikiopoulou's research looks at the rise of populism and the far-right across Europe, on a mission to expose parties who hide their extremism behind a liberal narrative.
Professor Dominik Zaum: the political economy of state-building
Professor Dominik Zaum's research on the political economy of state-building and the impact of state-building on economic and political structures has been applied to real-world policy work. He has worked with the UN and DFID on developing and enhancing their state-building programmes.
Dr Mark Shanahan: putting politics into practice through innovative undergraduate experiences
Dr Mark Shanahan, Head of Department, discusses the innovative modules that undergraduates can undertake as part of their degree.
Dr Robert Jubb: CONNECTING PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICS
Dr Robert Jubb is an Associate Professor and Director of Postgraduate Research in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Reading. His areas of interest include methods in analytical political theory and philosophy and responsibility for and appropriate responses to structural injustice.
DR JOSEPH O'MAHONEY: NORM DYNAMICS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
Dr Joseph O'Mahoney, Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, discusses international norm dynamics, including norms surrounding war and the proliferation of nuclear weapons.
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