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How we're designing musical instruments with the help of disabled musicians and VR

Date published - 15/01/2019

Author - Franziska Schroeder, Senior lecturer, School of Creative Arts, Queen's University Belfast and Matilde Meireles, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Sonic Arts Research Centre, School of Arts, Queen's University Belfast

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Why Gbagbo acquittal is a bigger blow for the ICC than the Bemba decision

Date published - 15/01/2019

Author - Luke Moffett, Senior Law Lecturer in transitional justice and human rights, Queen's University Belfast

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Brexit and Northern Ireland: the latest commitments explained

Date published - 11/01/2019

Author - David Phinnemore, Professor of European Politics, Queen's University Belfast

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Democratic Republic of the Congo: election results contested, but reveal overwhelming desire for change

Date published - 10/01/2019

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

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The ECJ’s Wightman ruling, the “Brexit” process and the EU as a constitutional entity

Writing the following long-read from the European University Viadrina (Frankfurt a.d. Oder), Professor Dagmar Schiek reflects on how last month's Wightman ruling constitutes a very interesting source of reasoning, and possibly a confirmation of a more courageous Court of Justice under its current presidency.

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Date published - 11/01/2019

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Democratic Republic of the Congo: election results contested, but reveal overwhelming desire for change

Dr Julie Norman looks at the results of the presidential election held this week in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Date published - 11/01/2019

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UK Government Commitments to NI and its Integral Place in the UK

Dr Katy Hayward looks at some of the key points contained in this week's UK government paper on its commitments to Northern Ireland.

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Date published - 11/01/2019

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