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Aug 1 2019

New blog post on financial and legal barriers to the creation and operation of a National Investment Bank

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Rob Jump, Lecturer in economics at the University of the West of England, and Natalya Naqvi, Assistant Professor in the Department of International Relations at LSE, have recently published a guest paper with the UCL Institute for Innovation and Public … Continue reading

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Mar 12 2019

Male authors outnumber their female counterparts on international relations course reading lists by more than five to one

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Do scholars produce and reproduce a biased representation of the academy when compiling their taught course reading lists? Following a year-long mapping exercise of the university’s entire international relations curriculum by a group of PhD students at the LSE, Gustav … Continue reading

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Aug 28 2018

Gender and bias in the International Relations curriculum: Insights from reading lists

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Kiran Phull, Gokhan Ciflikli and Gustav Meibauer, three members of the LSE Department of International Relations have produced an important paper analysing female exclusion in an International Relations curriculum, using the LSE IR curriculum as a dataset. The paper is … Continue reading

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Jun 28 2018

The Islamic State in Retreat – Post-workshop Executive Summary

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A workshop took place at the London School of Economics on 31 May 2018, funded by the David Davies of Llandinam Fellowship Read the Executive Summary below and the full report here

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Apr 17 2018

Professor Tomila Lankina – Research Briefing Q&A

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This month LSE Research Briefing puts some questions to Tomila Lankina, Professor of International Relations, whose recent research seeks to understand the dynamics of citizen protest as a potential challenge to authoritarian rulers. Read more

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Oct 27 2016

Find Policy: Quick Access to Research from Leading Think Tanks set up by IRD alumn

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Think tanks offer a valuable addition to academic research. Between the day-to-day commentary of journalism and the year-on-year of academic publication, think tanks provide topical in-depth analysis on essential policy issues. Across the US and Europe, there are easily 50 … Continue reading

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Jun 11 2015

New online portal on Gulf History involving IR Dept PhD alumnus, Francis Owtram

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IR Department  PhD alumnus, Francis Owtram, is currently assisting with the development of an online portal of archival material which will be of key interest to students of the history and international relations of the Arabian/Persian Gulf.  The Qatar Digital … Continue reading

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Aug 5 2010

Recent Awards and Grants to IR Staff

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Dr Andrew Walter and Dr Jeff Chwieroth were successful in a STICERD grant application for £5,000 on their “political aftermaths of financial crises” project. Dr Douglas Bulloch was awarded the annual 2008/9 PSA Lord Bryce prize for the ‘best dissertation in the field of international relations or comparative studies. Continue reading

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