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COVID nasal sprays could offer advantages over traditional vaccines – a virologist explains how they work

Date published - 24/05/2022

Author - Connor Bamford, Research Fellow, Virology, Queen's University Belfast

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Haven't had COVID yet? It could be more than just luck

Date published - 18/05/2022

Author - Lindsay Broadbent, Research Fellow, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Queen's University Belfast

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Lebanese election sees significant gains for independent non-sectarian politicians

Date published - 17/05/2022

Author - John Nagle, Professor in Sociology, Queen's University Belfast and Tamirace Fakhoury, Associate Professor of Political Science, Aalborg University

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Elecciones en Irlanda del Norte: ¿Qué incógnitas arroja la histórica victoria del Sinn Féin?

Date published - 08/05/2022

Author - Peter John McLoughlin, Lecturer in Politics, Queen's University Belfast

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What next for climate politics in NI?

Following the passing of Northern Ireland’s first Climate Change Bill and the recent Assembly elections, Dr Amanda Slevin, Seán Fearon and Anurag Deb look at the implications for climate politics in NI.

The post What next for climate politics in NI? appeared first on Queen's Policy Engagement.


Date published - 25/05/2022

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Much more than meh: The 2022 Northern Ireland Assembly Elections

The Northern Ireland Assembly election of May 2022 was transformational, despite small shifts in the magnitudes of seats won by the two dominant blocs. John Garry, Brendan O’Leary and James Pow discuss the results.

The post Much more than meh: The 2022 Northern Ireland Assembly Elections appeared first on Queen's Policy Engagement.


Date published - 18/05/2022

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Why Learning Matters in Preventing Violent Conflict

Professor David Connolly is Practitioner Chair in the Senator George J. Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice at Queen's University Belfast.

The post Why Learning Matters in Preventing Violent Conflict appeared first on Queen's Policy Engagement.


Date published - 17/05/2022

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