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Fortress island Britain? What could happen to UK borders after Brexit

Date published - 06/12/2016

Author - Cathal McCall, Professor of Politics and International Studies, Queen's University Belfast

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Is someone reanimated from cryogenic freezing legally dead or alive? And other problems

Date published - 30/11/2016

Author - Heather Conway, Senior lecturer, School of Law, Queen's University Belfast

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How the Israeli-Palestinian conflict resisted Obama's efforts

Date published - 18/11/2016

Author - Julie M Norman, Research Fellow in Global Peace, Security, & Justice, Queen's University Belfast

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When it comes to experts on TV, women are still neither seen nor heard

Date published - 15/11/2016

Author - Julia Paul, Lecturer, School of Arts, English and Languages, Queen's University Belfast

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When in Rome do as the Romans do? Vienna and Gertrude calling!

Dr Ulrike Vieten reflects on the re-run of the recent presidential election in Austria which saw the defeat of the populist far right candidate Norbert Hofer.

The post When in Rome do as the Romans do? Vienna and Gertrude calling! appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 07/12/2016

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The Real Test of the Colombian Peace Process in the Context of Multiple Warring Groups

Dr Andrew Thomson looks at the ongoing challenges that face President Santos and the Colombian government following the recently-signed peace accord with FARC.

The post The Real Test of the Colombian Peace Process in the Context of Multiple Warring Groups appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 06/12/2016

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Sturgeon at the Seanad

Professor Graham Walker looks back over Nicola Sturgeon's recent visit to the Seanad in Dublin as part of a two-day visit to Ireland aimed at strengthening economic links between the two countries.

The post Sturgeon at the Seanad appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 05/12/2016

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