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Why Islamist attack demands a careful response from Mozambique

Date published - 18/10/2017

Author - Eric Morier-Genoud, Lecturer in African history, Queen's University Belfast

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Giant lizards are thriving on Borneo's oil palm plantations

Date published - 18/10/2017

Author - Joshua P Twining, PhD Candidate in Ecology, Queen's University Belfast

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Sent to Haiti to keep the peace, departing UN troops leave a damaged nation in their wake

Date published - 13/10/2017

Author - Cahal McLaughlin, Professor of Film Studies, Queen's University Belfast, Siobhán Wills, Professor of Law, University of Ulster, and Ilionor Louis, Sociologist, Ethnology Department, Université d'Etat d'Haiti

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What should human rights in the future look like?

Date published - 02/10/2017

Author - Kathryn McNeilly, Lecturer, School of Law, Queen's University Belfast

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The Irish border is not a technical issue but a political one

At this stage of the exit negotiations, the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic is not a technical issue but a political one, argues Dr Katy Hayward.

The post The Irish border is not a technical issue but a political one appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 23/10/2017

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Personalising Your Health: A Global Imperative!

In advance of a major international conference on Precision Medicine taking place in Belfast at the end of November, Professor Mark Lawler looks at the growing interest and investment in this more personalised form of healthcare diagnosis and treatment.

The post Personalising Your Health: A Global Imperative! appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 23/10/2017

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Brexit and the Irish Border – Podcast with Dr Katy Hayward

Dr Katy Hayward was a recent guest on The Chatter, an initiative of The Jist - an online platform that discusses the main issues of the day.

The post Brexit and the Irish Border – Podcast with Dr Katy Hayward appeared first on QPOL.

Date published - 11/10/2017

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