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Public opinion and the syrian crisis in three democracies

Dr Thomas Scotto | 01 January 2014

Recent horrific events in syria have shocked politicians and publics alike. They also have played a key role demonstrating the importance of public opinion in foreign policy-making.   emphasising the effects of public opinion on foreign policy c ...

Urban gateways: can global cities provide leadership for global governance?

Dr Michele Acuto | Internat. Studies & Relations | 02 December 2013

What does ‘city leadership’ entail in an increasingly networked global scenario? How do city leaders respond to global challenges and contribute to global governance? How are they influenced by city- to-city networking? How does city lead ...

Counter-piracy governance: a praxiographic analysis

Dr Christian Bueger | Security Studies | 09 November 2013

Maritime piracy is  back on the agenda of world politics. How is the international community responding to piracy and what makes it so difficult to address the problem? This three year research project analyses the international response to cont ...

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