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Research

The School of Politics and International Relations' research engages with the most fundamental political questions of our time

 

Rory Cormac

Research impact

The secret world of intelligence

Dr Cormac's research challenges assumptions about secret intelligence and interrogates the paradox of its role in society.

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Katharine Adeney

Researcher profile

Katharine Adeney

Katharine Adeney is a professor in the School of Politics and International Relations. She is Director of the Asia Research Institute and her primary focus is the countries of South Asia.

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REF results

In the latest Research Excellence Framework:

  • we rated in the top 15 in the UK for research power
  • 96% of our research activity being rated as of international standard
 

Postgraduate research degrees

University of Nottingham Research

 
 

Research events

Jane Marriott (Director of Joint International Counter-Terrorism Unit, UK) - CST Highlight Speaker Series

Date
23 January 2019 (16:30-18:00)
Location:
A21, Trent Building, University Park
Description
CST is delighted to be inviting the Director of the Joint International Counter-Terrorism Unit (JICTU), UK, Jane Marriott to deliver a talk for their first seminar of the second semester.

COTCA-ARI: Mapping China under Japanese Occupation: Spatial Configurations of State Power during Wartime (1937 - 1945)

Date
24 January 2019 (16:00-18:00)
Location:
b7, The Hemsley, University Park
Description
Dr. David Serfass (EHESS-Paris) is to deliver a talk entitled 'Mapping China under Japanese Occupation: Spatial Configurations of State Power during Wartime (1937 - 1945)' for a joint COTCA-ARI seminar.

Featured publication

America, Brexit and the security of Europe

Professor Wyn Rees has written on the topical subject of US security relations with the UK and EU following Brexit.

Rees, W., 2017. America, Brexit and the security of Europe. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 19 (3): 558-572.

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