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Conflict Research Programme blog shares ideas and research findings on the drivers and dynamics of violent conflict in Africa and the Middle East. Managed by the LSE Conflict and Society Research Unit.
LSE Religion and Global Society is a research-led interdisciplinary blog that promotes an understanding of religion and its relevance in world affairs.
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LSE Brexit is the UK’s leading evidence-based blog on Brexit, publishing the latest academic research and thinking.
British Politics and Policy at LSE is an award-winning blog, aiming to increase the public understanding of politics through accessible academic commentary and research.
EUROPP – European Politics and Policy is a multidisciplinary blog providing expert commentary on European current affairs and coverage of the latest research across the continent.
The LSE Impact Blog is a platform for the discussion of all things relating to research impact and the effective communication of scholarly research across the social sciences and other disciplines.
LSE Review of Books brings analysis based on academic research and business experience, on topics ranging from the world of work to management, corporations, markets and the economy
LSE Careers provides insights into and advice on career planning, sectors and industries, and the future of work to students and alumni.
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LSE’s public-facing blogs have grown into one of the world’s primary digital knowledge exchange platforms for academics, students, and researchers. Contributions from think-tank researchers, politicians, and third-sector experts across the world mean that LSE Blogs have grown into a hub for evidence-based commentary and accessible summaries of academic research. At LSE we also use blogs as platforms for student engagement and teaching, where our teams are recognised for early adoption of digital platforms.
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