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Information Wars

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New podcast series from Dr Natalie Martin
Date:
30 June 2022

How to Stage a Coup

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New book on covert action released by Professor Rory Cormac.
Date:
15 June 2022

School of Politics and IR academics share expertise with the media

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Round-up of commentary on conflict in Ukraine
Date:
08 March 2022

Dr Louise Kettle made RUSI Associate Fellow

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Congratulations to Louise
Date:
09 February 2022

Professor Rory Cormac appears on BBC History podcast

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Listen to his discussion on Queen Victoria's adventures in espionage.
Date:
27 January 2022

Work of Dr Edward Burke discussed in Irish Parliament

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Reference to the 2020 article 'Loyalist Mobilization and Cross-Border Violence in Rural Ulster, 1972-1974'.
Date:
06 January 2022

Interested in doing a PhD in Politics and International Relations?

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We are inviting expressions of interest from prospective candidates.
Date:
04 November 2021

Afghanistan: Prospects and Challenges

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A number of academics from the School of Politics and International Relations contribute to this new report on the future of Afghanistan foreign policy direction.
Date:
02 November 2021

Secret Royals: Spying and the Crown from Victoria to Diana

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New book published by Professor Rory Cormac.
Date:
14 October 2021
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Centre for the Study of Subversion, Unconventional Interventions and Terrorism

School of Politics and International Relations
Law and Social Sciences building
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

+44 (0)115 74 87195
rory.cormac@nottingham.ac.uk