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Power and Soft Power in the 21st Century
Roundtable hosted by the Centre for Global Law and Governance
Dr. Hendrik W. Ohnesorge is Managing Director of the Center for Global Studies and Research Fellow at the Chair in International Relations at the University of...
From Anti-Terror to Anti-Democracy: Counterterrorism Strategies in the Post-Arab Spring
After a decade of the eruption of the Arab Uprising, how the civic and democratic uprisings turned into robust authoritarianism under the pretence of...
Dangerous Knowledge: Reportage of Political Violence and the Spread of International Terrorism, 1850
Talk by James Crossland, Liverpool John Moores University
In this talk, Dr James Crossland offers insight into the process by which violent radicals of the 19th century first learned how to be terrorists, setting in...
Free speech versus defence of the nation? The media as sources of national insecurity in Ukraine
The media can cause concern in the context of national security: they are described as potential tools and targets of attack that can be...