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Department recognised for equality and diversity

18 September 2014

The Equality Challenge Unit (ECU) has announced that three departments within Cardiff University have been recognised for their commitment to advancing gender equality in higher education, and we are proud to be one of them. The Department of Politics …

NATO after the Wales Summit

5 September 2014

On the eve of the NATO summit the Department of Politics and International Relations in association with NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division, the Deputy Presiding Officer of the National Assembly for Wales and the Vice Chancellor’s Office brought together …

Young people meet to discuss their views for the future of the United Kingdom

1 September 2014

Young people and young professionals from across the UK will meet in Cardiff for two days from today (1 September 2014) to discuss their ideas for the future of the United Kingdom at a convention arranged by the UK’s Changing Union: Our Future- a youth …

Enrolment

7 August 2014

Undergraduate Enrolment Please see  below for a quick guide to Enrolment in September 2014,  a step-by-step guide to enrolment is available. Module Timetables and Reading Lists You will receive module timetables and detailed module kits/reading lists a …

Collingwood Collection coup for Cardiff

24 July 2014

Cardiff University and The Collingwood Society, a charitable trust, have signed an agreement to deposit the Collingwood Collection in the Special Collections and Archives (SCOLAR) in the University Library Service. Valued at £2,150,000, this unique arc …

Postcolonial Governmentality Workshop Call for Papers

30 June 2014

Dr Elisa Wynne-Hughes, Lecturer in International Relations, in collaboration with Terri-Anne Teo from Bristol University is co-organising the following workshop and would like to invite papers for submission: Postcolonial Governmentality Workshop 25-26 …

The Baltic Case

10 June 2014

On February 26th 2014 Magnus Feldmann examined the notion of Europe as an ideology across the three Baltic States. Despite differences between Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, particularly around minority rights, general concerns around state-building an …

Workshop discusses new forms of diplomacy

3 June 2014

How do non-state actors participate in the games of international diplomacy? What strategies and tactics do actors, such as rebel groups, sub-state governments, governments in exile, diaspora, cities, or sports clubs employ when they act on the interna …

Christian Bueger comments on the upcoming NATO summit

2 June 2014

This week’s edition of ITV Newsweek discussed the upcoming NATO Summit in Wales. The summit taken place in September will bring the international defence community and over 28 heads of state to Wales. With less than 100 days to go, ITV Newsweek asked i …

New publication: States, Debt, and Power

2 June 2014

The Department is pleased to announce a new book by Professor Kenneth Dyson, States, Debt, and Power, published by Oxford University Press. States, Debt, and Power argues for the importance of situating our contextually influenced thinking about Europe …

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