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Climate change and its impact on US military explored by Richmond professor

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An article has just been published online in two French media by Bruce Stanley, Professor Emeritus of International Relations at Richmond. Entitled US Military Destabilised by Climate Change in the Middle East, Professor Stanley’s article…

UK’s first MA programme specialising in Radical Right Extremism launched as joint initiative by Richmond and CARR

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An innovative Masters programme is being launched today to reflect the escalation of radical right extremism around the world.  The MA in Terrorism, Security and Radical Right Extremism has been developed by Richmond, The American International…

Explore Populism and Neoliberalism in the light of COVID-19 with article published by Dr Rafal Soborski

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Dr Rafal Soborski, Professor of International Politics at Richmond, has just had his article “Biopolitics in the Time of Pandemic: Populism and Neoliberalism in the Light of COVID-19” published in Perspectives on Global Development and…

Interested in creating a more peaceful world? Join our Peace Conference

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“By peace we mean the capacity to transform conflicts with empathy, without violence, and creatively - a never-ending process.”— Johan Galtung Peace means many different things to different people.  Find out what it means to Richmond’s…

Tessy de Nassau taking prominent role at highly influential events

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A former Richmond student is taking centre stage at several highly influential virtual events in the coming weeks and months this year. Tessy de Nassau, who graduated from Richmond in 2014 with a BA in International Relations, will be a keynote…

An Ideological History of Fascism

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This is your invitation to join Professor Matthew Feldman, Center for the Analysis of the Radical Right (CARR), on Wednesday 7 April at 12.00pm (BST) for a fascinating exploration of the Ideological History of Fascism. The event is being organised…

The name’s Brown, Martin Brown. Podcast featuring Richmond’s ‘Bondology’ expert

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Dr Martin D. Brown, Associate Professor of International History at Richmond, has just recorded a new podcast about his research into James Bond which has been produced by Dr Luca Trenta, Associate Professor in International Relations, Swansea…

Listen out for our Presidential Historian on TalkRadio!

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If you’d like to learn more about Franklin D. Roosevelt, listen out for our very own Presidential Historian, Dr Laura Smith, on Wednesday 24 February, at 12.30pm GMT on TalkRadio. Dr Smith, who joined Richmond recently as Adjunct Assistant…

Empowering Youth for a Peaceful, Prosperous and Sustainable Future in Kosovo

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A new programme of events has been announced by a charity which is supported by Richmond, Professors Without Borders, for their digital platform, PROWIBO Online. Encompassing the themes of Social Entrepreneurship, Communication and Leadership…

Talk on Decolonising Political Theory next Monday

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If you’re interested in political theory, why not join Richmond’s Centre for the Study of the State, Power & Globalisation at 4pm on Monday 30 November for a discussion of the Decolonisation of Political Theory, with Simon Choat. In…