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Barcelona's Las Ramblas: economic powerhouse and symbolic heart of a city

Date published - 18/08/2017

Author - Mark McKinty, Early Career Researcher in Spanish Studies, Queen's University Belfast

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Northern Ireland's Brexit border: the promise of invisibility

Date published - 17/08/2017

Author - John Garry, School of History, Anthropology, Philosohy and Politics, Queen's University Belfast

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Timbuktu destruction: landmark ruling awards millions to Malians

Date published - 17/08/2017

Author - Luke Moffett, Senior Law Lecturer in international criminal justice, Queen's University Belfast

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No-platforming Richard Dawkins: how a US radio station stuck its head in the sand

Date published - 10/08/2017

Author - Suzanne Whitten, PhD Philosophy Student, Queen's University Belfast

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The UK government’s position paper on Northern Ireland after Brexit – some initial thoughts

Following the UK government's release of its position paper on the position of Northern Ireland and Ireland after Brexit, Professor Dagmar Schiek shares her initial thoughts on the paper and highlights what is not being addressed.

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Date published - 22/08/2017

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A decade on from the global financial crash: the role of mainstream economics, ideological groupthink and missed opportunities

Professor John Barry looks back at the 2007 financial crash.

The post A decade on from the global financial crash: the role of mainstream economics, ideological groupthink and missed opportunities appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 09/08/2017

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Conservatism of Unionist Parties alienating younger unionist voters, but from them, not the Union

Professor John Barry looks at the results of the 2017 Northern Ireland General Election study by the University of Liverpool in the context of recent events in Northern Ireland.

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Date published - 09/08/2017

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