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Politics and International Relations

Picture has numbers, graphs, a test tube and Covid all faded into a blue background.

Paola Mattei, Associate Editor for the Global Social Challenges Journal, discusses the opportunities offered by public engagement policies, adopted by governments and European institutions, to improve public trust in science.…Read more

Neon sign 'You are what you listen to'
by Bristol University Press and Policy Press  |  29th December 2021

Listen to authors and editors talking about the key social challenges of the moment in the top ten Transforming Society podcast episodes from 2021.…Read more

by Rianne Dekker Caroline Oliver and Karin Geuijen  |  8th December 2021

Rianne Dekker, Caroline Oliver and Karin Geuijen explore the issues in their Policy & Politics article 'Can community involvement policies mitigate NIMBYism and local opposition to asylum seeker centres?'…Read more

by Stephen Wenham  |  6th December 2021

Stephen Wenham, Publisher for Politics and International Relations, brings you his highlights in this area from the list.…Read more

Two hands with "our lives are in your hands" written on them
by Matthew Paterson  |  30th November 2021

Matthew Paterson analyses the structure of COP26 to help explain why it was doomed to fail; yet there is hope in the potential of those initiatives that were developed amongst partners. …Read more

Read Heaven Crawley’s response to the refugee dinghy disaster in the Channel and download her ebook Unravelling Europe’s ‘Migration Crisis’ for free. …Read more

by Carl Rhodes  |  9th November 2021

Carl Rhodes, author of Woke Capitalism: How Corporate Morality is Sabotaging Democracy, out today, considers the less frequently discussed hindrance to progressive change that is woke capitalism.…Read more

Field full of white crosses in the ground. A war memorial.

Rafe McGregor, author of 'Critical Criminology and Literary Criticism', considers the genre of war memoir and explains why it is a useful resource for understanding the ongoing War on Terror.…Read more

by Richard Joy  |  5th November 2021

Richard Joy discusses the difficult position the global leaders meeting for COP26 are in when it comes to making big decisions about the future of our planet.…Read more

World map built from blue dots.
by Mark Davis and Bruce Davis  |  1st November 2021

Mark Davis and Bruce Davis discuss COP26, the IPCC report and their new book 'Crowdfunding and the Democratization of Finance', which is publishing today. …Read more