Post Tagged with: "policy"

Review – The New Power Politics: Networks and Transnational Security Governance

Review – The New Power Politics: Networks and Transnational Security Governance

Through a balance of quantitative and qualitative methods this volume links formal network analysis with an innovative conception of power as a dynamic element.

Implications of the Securitisation of Migration

Implications of the Securitisation of Migration

The securitization of migration reinforces a politics of fear and racism.

Interview – Richard English

Interview – Richard English

Professor English discusses the difficulties of defining terrorism, the ongoing troubles in Northern Ireland, and the importance of identifying your passion within IR.

Adapting Agriculture to Changing Landscapes (and Climates)

Adapting Agriculture to Changing Landscapes (and Climates)

Integrated landscape policies and climate smart agriculture practices and technologies offer opportunities for finding solutions to some of our most pressing climate problems.

A Way Ahead in Egypt

A Way Ahead in Egypt

A well-developed civil society is the only way to ensure that the brave citizens of Egypt who have repeatedly taken to Tahrih Square will have the skills and networks to break the troubling authoritarian cycle.

Climate Knowledge and International Politics: The Future of the IPCC

Climate Knowledge and International Politics: The Future of the IPCC

The latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change offers us the opportunity to critically examine the way that the current model treats knowledge assessment.

The Ivory Tower Disconnect: Going Beyond Terrorism Experts Out of Academe

The Ivory Tower Disconnect: Going Beyond Terrorism Experts Out of Academe

There is a disconnect between political science research and practical policy outcomes. This will continue until there is a real movement to break the elitist nature of academic ivory towers.

So You Want to Be Policy-Relevant?

So You Want to Be Policy-Relevant?

The so-called distance between policy and academia is often overstated. There are plenty of opportunities if you approach the process with clear eyes and dogged determination.

UK International Development Policy: Addressing the Key Issues Progressively

Much of development has historically been directed by colonial powers and more recently by the neo-liberal consensus. This has led to a situation whereby developing countries have had little control over their own resources, policies, economies and futures.

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