Date published - 09/01/2017
Author - John Garry, Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice, Queen's University Belfast and Neil Matthews, Lecturer in British Politics, University of BristolRead article
Date published - 04/01/2017
Author - Viviane Gravey, Lecturer in European Politics, Queen's University BelfastRead article
Date published - 26/12/2016
Author - Gemma Carney, Lecturer, Queen's University BelfastRead article
Date published - 12/12/2016
Author - John Moriarty, Lecturer, Queen's University BelfastRead article
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Following a recent report by the Environment Audit Committee into the impact on the UK environment of leaving the EU, Dr Viviane Gravey highlights how we can judge just how eco-friendly a Brexit is really likely to be.
The post Four ‘green lines’ for Brexit negotiators looking to protect the environment appeared first on QPOL.
Date published - 13/01/2017Read article
The resignation of Martin McGuinness has prompted reactions ranging from accusations of political sabotage to speculation about his ailing health. Professor John Brewer examines what this means for Northern Ireland’s future, and whether the current power-sharing agreement that privileges the largest parties will be maintained, or if this will be the impetus for real change.
The post Martin McGuinness’s resignation and the prospects for change in Northern Ireland appeared first on QPOL.
Date published - 12/01/2017Read article
Dr Stefano Bonino from the University of Birmingham looks at the settlement and development of Muslim communities in Scotland and explores what it means to be a Muslim in modern day Scotland.
The post Muslims in Scotland: The Making of Community in a Post-9/11 World appeared first on QPOL.
Date published - 11/01/2017Read article