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Cardiff lecturer invited to NATO law of the sea workshop

21 April 2016

Dr Edwin Egede, Senior Lecturer in International Law and International Relations was invited to participate as an international law of the sea expert at a NATO workshop in March. The NATO Centre of Excellence expert workshop on the intersection of Nava …

School duo shortlisted in national undergraduate celebration

20 April 2016

Two students from the department of Politics and International Relations have been shortlisted in this year’s prestigious Undergraduate of the Year awards. Nicolo Bertoncello and Laura Waddilove are finalists in the ‘Male Undergraduate of the Year’ Awa …

New era for International Relations at Cardiff University

14 April 2016

In a move designed to establish the University’s Department of Politics and International Relations as a leading authority in the field, Cardiff has made a significant investment in new International Relations staff. 19 academics have joined the School …

Women, Peace and Security – Cardiff lecturer presents report at international conference

29 March 2016

Audrey Reeves, lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations, presented a report on the role of parliaments in advancing the Women, Peace and Security agenda (WPS) at an international conference in Tallinn, Estonia, on 11 March 201 …

New GW4 based security journal publishes first issue

14 March 2016

A team of academics that includes staff from Cardiff, has launched a new journal on International Security. The group, which consists of staff from the Great Western Four University Alliance (GW4), launched the European Journal of International Securit …

Research Technician (Two Internships available) Cardiff School of Computer Science & Informatics and Cardiff School of Law & Politics, Cardiff University

9 March 2016

Applications are invited for a Research Technician Internship in the School of Computer Science & Informatics and the School of Law & Politics at Cardiff University.  These internships are part-time for 1 day (or 2 part days) per week for 6 mon …

Law lecturer lends voice to Welsh devolution debate

8 February 2016

Law lecturer, Manon George appeared on the BBC programme, The Wales Report this week to discuss the Wales Governance Centre’s report on the new devolution settlement in Wales. The centre has described the draft bill as “constricting, clunky and short s …

Draft Wales Bill

29 January 2016

Independent review recommends politicians say no unless major changes made A report by an independent review group consisting of constitutional and legislative experts says that they could not recommend that politicians in Cardiff Bay and Westminster s …

International Relations Reader contributes to G7 Maritime Security discussion

19 December 2015

Dr. Christian Bueger, Reader in International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Relations participated in a G7 meeting on 14 December entitled “Enhancing Maritime Security – Connecting Regions – Governing the Commons.” At the ev …

Whose land is it anyway?

10 December 2015

This October the Africa Research Institute (ARI), based in Westminster, hosted the launch of Whose land is it anyway? The failure of land law reform in Kenya by Ambreena Manji, Professor of Land Law and Development at Cardiff Law School. Professor Manj …

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