Brexit has opened the door for a new European defence union led by France and Germany. However, Dr Alexander Titov highlights that even between these two nations, there is very little agreement on what a European Army should be.
Date published - 23/09/2016Read article
Article first appeared in The Conversation.
The post How not to resettle refugees – lessons from the struggles of the Vietnamese boat people appeared first on QPOL.
Date published - 16/09/2016Read article
In the second part of a two-part series, John Moriarty and Andy Percy consider the influence of harm minimisation-based policies in Northern Ireland and what constitutes harmful drinking and they consider how this can be integrated into information given to young people about alcohol use.
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Date published - 15/09/2016Read article
POLICY ENGAGEMENT AT QUEEN'S
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Date published - 14/09/2016
Author - David Phinnemore, Professor of European Politics, Queen's University BelfastRead article
Date published - 30/08/2016
Author - Jack Crangle, PhD candidate, immigration history, Queen's University BelfastRead article
Date published - 10/08/2016
Author - Mark McKinty, Early Career Researcher in Spanish Studies, Queen's University BelfastRead article
Date published - 01/08/2016
Author - Michael Semple, Visiting Research Professor, Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice, Queen's University BelfastRead article