Posts Tagged ‘politics’

St David's Day deal - or no deal

David Moon (PoLIS) writes for the Political Studies Association.

Excellence is not the only point of education

Sam Carr writes for The Conversation

What Europe’s hopeful left can learn from Latin America

Dr Ana Cecilia Dinerstein writes for The Conversation

Political risk in Turkey in 2015 seminar: Wed 11 Mar

This seminar about the political paths and dangers that Turkey is going to face this year.

New MOOC examines modern warfare

Sign up for our free MOOC about the complexities of 21st Century warfare

New online course examines 21st Century warfare

Our latest MOOC will offer learners the chance to find out more about the realities and complexities of warfare in the 21st Century.

Ben Bowman discusses youth engagement in politics

PhD student in the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, Ben Bowman talks to BBC Radio Wiltshire on National Voter Registration Day on apathy, abstention and getting young people engaged in poltics.

Syriza's victory in Greek elections

Dr Theo Papadopoulos writes about what the far-left's election win means for Greek & wider EU politics

Explainer: why Sunday's Greek election is so important

In an article in The Conversation, Theo Papadopoulos (Social & Policy Sciences) discusses the likely impact of the election on Sunday 25 January on Greek and European politics.

Autonomy and the power of hope

In her new book, Dr Ana Cecilia Dinerstein considers social protest & change across Latin America

Learn something new for 2015

Learn something new in 2015 with one of our new MOOC online courses.

What does Friday's UKIP victory say?

What (if anything) does the UKIP win in Rochester & Strood mean for the 2015 General Election?

Are you ready for a new kind of left-wing politics?

In an article in The Conversation, Juan Pablo Ferrero, Lecturer in Latin American Studies, discusses the groups emerging all over Europe that seek to move away from the left of the past and offer an alternative to incumbent governments.

Bath students take to the world stage

Read about the experiences of two of our PoLIS undergraduates at the One Young World Summit

Bath students take to world stage at One Young World Summit

Read about the experiences of two of our undergraduates, who recently returned from the One Young World Summit in Dublin.

I-SEE: Communicating about climate policy in the UK: Tue 14 Oct

Bob Ward, Policy & Communications Director at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change & the Environment, London School of Economics and Political Science, will be the speaker at the next I-SEE seminar.

Dr Sue Milner: French government & political systems

Dr Sue Milner of the Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies, talks to BBC Radio Bristol about French politics.

What would be the impact of a Scottish ‘Yes’?

What are the prospects for the rest of the UK if Scotland says ‘yes’ to independence?

What impact would Scottish ‘Yes’ vote have on the UK

So far the debate about September's referendum on Scottish Independence has focused almost entirely on the impact of the vote in Scotland. Yet what would an independent Scotland mean for the rest of the UK?  

Commonwealth Games nationalist rush unlikely to last

Dr Michael Silk, a specialist in media sport and identity politics here at the University, writes about the potential influence the Commonwealth Games might have on the Scottish 'yes' campaign.