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Beirut port disaster: former Lebanon prime minister charged with homicide

Date published - 25/01/2023

Author - John Nagle, Professor in Sociology, Queen's University Belfast

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Census data shows England and Wales are more ethnically diverse -- and less segregated -- than ever before

Date published - 17/01/2023

Author - Gemma Catney, Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, Queen's University Belfast and Richard Wright, Professor of Geography, Dartmouth College

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Les chiens peuvent sentir notre stress, littéralement

Date published - 15/01/2023

Author - Clara Wilson, PhD Candidate, Psychology, Queen's University Belfast

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Ukraine war: life on Russia's home front after ten months of conflict

Date published - 11/01/2023

Author - Alexander Titov, Lecturer in Modern European History, Queen's University Belfast

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Future-proofing a UK-EU deal for Northern Ireland begins here and now

The UK and the EU coming to an agreement on the Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland is one thing; making it last is quite another say Professor Katy Hayward and Professor David Phinnemore

The post Future-proofing a UK-EU deal for Northern Ireland begins here and now appeared first on Queen's Policy Engagement.


Date published - 26/01/2023

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Countering the normalization of the violent German Far Right: Heinrich XIII and the threat by anti-democratic Reichsbürger (Reich Citizens)

The recent arrest of leading Reichsbürger Heinrich XIII gives some indication of how far the normalization of irrational points of view and extremist perspectives might have come in 21st century Germany says Dr Ulrike M Vieten.

The post Countering the normalization of the violent German Far Right: Heinrich XIII and the threat by anti-democratic Reichsbürger (Reich Citizens) appeared first on Queen's Policy Engagement.


Date published - 21/12/2022

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What does the new tax credit for Ireland’s games industry actually mean?

The introduction of a digital games tax credit which recognises the games industry as part of the wider cultural and creative industries will put Ireland on the global map for games development says Dr Maria O'Brien.

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Date published - 20/12/2022

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