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Omran Al-Abri Neutrality of Omani Foreign Policy 
Fahad Al-Ghamdi Explaining Change in the Obesity Policy in the UK
Adel Al-Hawatmeh

Effectiveness of the Economic Sanctions in Nuclear Non-proliferation:

An Iranian Case Study 2006 - 2013

Eli Auslender

Housing and Integration for Refugees in Germany:

Multi-level Governance Implementation and the Impact on the EU


Anna Bailie

 Brexit, Incivility and Digital Contestation

Matt Barlow

Tax regimes and development in Latin America: Structuralism,

neo-structuralism and development debates in Argentina 


Rodrigo Duque Estrada Campos The Transnational Making of Authoritarian Neoliberalism in Brazil: Theory and Praxis of Far-Right Politics Towards Education
Erik Cardona-Gómez The Evolution of the Idea of Popular Sovereignty in Mexico
Luke Carroll Gentrification: a critique of the contemporary urban dream-world
Mihnea Cătuţi EU Energy Policy in the Post-Maastricht Era: A Case for New Intergovernmentalism?
Ching-Yu Chang Motives, work experiences and social ties of migrant professionals in the UK: a Taiwanese case
David Cole Why do some far right parties do better than others?
Talia Contreras Tapia Mexico’s road to sustainability: The electricity reform of 2013 in the context of a sustainable energy transition


Virginia De Biasio Natural Resources Justice and Capabilities
Hongyuan Du The food safety regulation of online catering services in China: a network of social co-governance


Paulina Flores Martinez The governance of sustainability in Mexico’s agro-export sector: A global value chain approach
Matthieu Foulon The politics of food trade liberalization in East Asia
Ian Foxley The Whistleblowing Paradox


Maggie Gamberton Inflicting Peace: A comparative analysis of the master narratives of foreign intervention in Côte d’Ivoire, 2000 – 2015
Tianruo Gao A Hegemonic Transition Towards the East? China and its Contemporary Structural Powers
Rowan Gould Emancipating sexuality: a critical evaluation of sex within and without capitalism
Isaac Grief Understanding the impact of statebuilding interventions on legitimacy in post-conflict environments 
Ginelle Greene Innovation Governance and the Green Economy: A Look at Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
Konstantinos Grigoriadis Individual and Political Freedom: A critical approach on the liberal arguments against Athenian democracy
Sandra Guzman Luna Mainstreaming climate change in the public expenditure of middle-income countries as a way to transit towards a low carbon development: a comparative analysis of Latin American countries


James Hickson A republican critique of precarity? Freedoms, norms, and structural domination
Rachel Headings Political ecology of community food resilience: exploring the impact of circular economy policies on farmer livelihoods in the UK
Angus Hebenton Relational equality and worker participation in managing production
Ran Hu China and ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative: A Post-Structuralist Reading
Eunseong Hwang Will AI and automation upend Article 23 regarding the right to work? A look into the changing nature of the social contract, human rights, and the modern welfare state 


Urban Jaksa Interpreting Non-Recognition in De Facto States Engagement: The Case of Abkhazia 
May Elin Jonsson Education Aid & National Interest: A Study of DFID & USAID Education Aid to Kenya


Nektarios Kastrinakis Marx and Nietzsche: an attempt for a complementary reading
Diane Kirkwood From left-right to open-closed? A longitudinal study of the great political divides of the British electorate
Ruth Kelly The potential for art and narrative to help communities and activists articulate alternative approaches to development
Will Kitson
Understanding the Differing Political Performances of Stateless Nationalist and Regionalist Parties: A Statecraft Approach
Adam Koper How does conspiracism relate to representative democracy?


Stephanie Luke
The Impact of the Far Right on Mainstream Party Positions on the issue of the EU


Darrin P. McDonald
Understanding Socioeconomic Disparities Through Political Conditions and Institutions: A Comparative Study of Equatorial Africa
James McKendry Disaggregating European (dis)integration: a comparative analysis of the Eurozone and Schengen crises
Obed Mendez Jeronimo
 Rural poverty and development in Mexico
Tamsin Mitchell
Journalists as human rights defenders: countering impunity for violence against journalists in Honduras and Mexico
Sophie Moxon
Political finance approaches and the impact on interest group access and influence: A comparative study of Anglo-Saxon liberal democracies


Hafiza Nur Adeen Nor Ahmad                                                      
Exploring trajectories of groups' mobilisation and behaviour among Islamist radical movements in Malaysia: From radical domestic movements to foreign-oriented militancy (1980s - 2016)


Chukwu Lucian Obinnaya
Neoliberalism, Education and Class Struggle: A case study of the Nigerian context


Gracia Paramitha
Bilateral Climate Governance in Indonesia


Connor Robinson
 The Quest for the Settlement of Church and State: God, Sovereignty, and (In)Tolerance, 1649 - 1660
Thomas Ron
Populist Factions in Mainstream Parties


Mohammed Hossain Sarker How Should the Premature Return Spree of Bangladeshi Female Migrant Domestic Workers from the Middle East be Confronted?
Omran Shroufi The European Radical Right and the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Fawzia Slimani Social Capital and Political Participation: The Case of Youth Engagement in Britain
Sushil Climate change as an emerging threat to peace and security: Implications for South Asia


Ruijie Tan The Paradox of Constituent Power: An Arendtian Solution 
Alex Tebble On the Genealogy of Liberalism
João Terrenas Bringing method back in: Security, Emancipation and the transformative potential of critical research
Belén Villegas Plá The Political Economy of Latin America, welfare and foreign investment: Distributive models in Chile and Uruguay (2000-2018)


Ben Whisker
Explaining departures from new-right ideology in Conservative Party policy-making under Thatcher's leadership, 1975 - 1990: the role of electoral and institutional constraints