In the course British Politics: Inside Parliament, Richmond students have 10 sessions with an MP in the British Parliament.
In one of the course sessions, Dr Eunice Goes took some students on a tour of political London, which included a…
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Dr Laura Smith, Adjunct Assistant Professor, who teaches US Politics and History at Richmond, has been interviewed for a podcast just released on Apple.
Together with a panel of other experts in US politics, Dr Smith explores the balance…
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Taking ideology seriously in the time of plague: insights versus distractions
Dr Rafal Soborski, Professor of International Politics at Richmond, has his article on COVID-19, neoliberalism and prospects for the political left published in…
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Dr Laura Smith, Adjunct Assistant Professor at Richmond, has recently had an article published in The Washington Post which examines the symbolic importance of the US Capitol building and more specifically, Statuary Hall.
In the article,…
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Dr Rafal Soborski, Professor of International Politics at Richmond, has had a busy conferencing period in Fall 2021.
In September he was part of the panel Globalization, Pandemic and Post-Apocalypse organised as part of the Global Studies…
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Professor of Politics at Richmond, Dr Eunice Goes, has been interviewed again recently on BBC Dateline London. Dr Goes is an expert in British and European politics with a particular interest in political parties, public policy, Britain's…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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