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End Game: Trump’s House of Cards

Professor Todd Landman reviews the last presidential debate ahead of the US election. With only 20 days until polling day, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are on the last leg of the campaign to become the next President of the United States. It has been a long and tumultuous 18 months as the two most …

The UK’s approach to tackling corruption overseas examined by Nottingham expert

Paul Heywood, Sir Francis Hill Professor of European Politics at The University of Nottingham, has given evidence at the International Development Committee’s tackling corruption overseas inquiry. Professor Heywood is leading the British Academy/DFID Anti-corruption Evidence (ACE) partnership, a £3.6 million initiative to support leading international research teams to research and identify the most successful ways …

A New World Order – The importance of the Gulf War then and now

Twenty five years ago the Gulf War was crucial for the future of the international world order. Dr Louise Kettle from the School of Politics & International Relations discusses the legacy which still remains significant today. Twenty five years ago, on 17th January 1991, the offensive operations of the Gulf War began. A coalition of 39 …

Picturing Politics: The future of Trident

Picturing Politics, a blog produced by the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham is host to a series of audio and video clips featuring academics commenting on the political significance of a diverse range of images. The Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats have clashed over the replacement of Trident – …

Picturing politics: The Mexican Revolution

Picturing Politics, a blog produced by the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham is host to a series of audio and video clips featuring academics commenting on the political significance of a diverse range of images. The eighth post stars Dr Adam Morton examining a political poster from 1930s Mexico …

Picturing Politics: Disraeli on the big screen

Picturing Politics, a blog produced by the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham is host to a series of audio and video clips featuring academics commenting on the political significance of a diverse range of images. The seventh post features Professor Steven Fielding who looks at George Arliss’ Academy award-winning …

Picturing Politics: Thomas More’s Utopia

Picturing Politics, a blog produced by the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham is host to a series of audio and video clips featuring academics commenting on the political significance of a diverse range of images. The fifth post in the series by Dr Lucy Sargisson looks at the map …

Picturing Politics: the Zapatista struggle

Picturing Politics, a blog produced by the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham is host to a series of audio and video clips featuring academics commenting on the political significance of a diverse range of images. The fourth post features Dr Adam Morton who examines the struggle of the Zapatistas, …