“Much like fighting a Hydra, deal with one issue and more take its place. The competition has only given me a glimpse into the complexity … Read more
Month: April 2021
Professor Richard Whitman co-authors new Chatham House E3 strategic agenda report
Professor Richard Whitman) is the co-author of a new Chatham House research paper evaluating the opportunities and risks for the future collaborative strategies of France, Germany and the … Read more
Comment: Arlene Foster resigns – What’s next?
Arlene Foster will step down as leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on 28 May and as First Minister at the end of June. … Read more
Professor Whitman comments on the significance of Boris Johnson’s redecoration.
“Yes, its a storm in a teacup but storms-in-teacups can have significant political ramifications.” Professor Richard Whitman, Professor of Politics and International Relations joined BBC … Read more
Online Launch for ‘Northern Ireland: The Fragile Peace’
The University’s Conflict Analysis Research Centre (CARC) is holding a virtual launch for the newly updated ‘Northern Ireland: The Fragile Peace’ (Yale Books) on Tuesday 11 May … Read more
Why Joe Biden will not change Palestinian lives.
During his election campaign, Biden reiterated his proclivity for a two-state solution and promised to reopen the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) mission in Washington, DC, … Read more
How would Scottish independence effect UK global reputation?
“Following Brexit, the UK has been weakened on the international stage, as its foreign policy tilts to the Indo-Pacific and it risks playing a lesser … Read more
The Scottish Parliament Election Results: How Britain Ends?
Join us virtually on Tuesday 11 May for a conversation with Gavin Esler where he will reflect on the results of the Scottish Parliament … Read more
Mike Pence memoir, setting the agenda for a Presidency campaign in 2024?
Andy Wroe comments in Newsweek on the likliehood of former Vice President Mike Prence emerging unscathed from Trump’s shadow to mount a Presidential bid of … Read more
Jess Phillips, Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence and Safeguarding, inspires at Politics Society event.
“You should always be pushing your representatives to do better and be better. . . Genuinely they’re all frightened of you! We’re genuinely frightened of … Read more