Brexit and the integrated approach to stabilisation – Building Stability Overseas
Plymouth University news: James Flint explores the significance of Brexit for the security/defence and international aid/development domains, and the future of UK international engagement
The potential impact of Brexit on UK International Development policies
Plymouth University news: Dr Patrick Holden explores the European Union's role as the major global aid and trade partner of developing countries and how to ensure they do not suffer post Brexit
Engaging Individuals in Responses to Climate Change
What's on at Plymouth University: Engaging Individuals in Responses to Climate Change. Opening up a new conversation about the role of citizens in facilitating climate mitigation. Plymouth University, 9 November 2015.
Students briefed on UK foreign policy
Plymouth University News: Government Minister Hugo Swire has spoken about the nation’s stance on Hong Kong, Russia, Israel and the future of the European Union during an event for students at Plymouth University
A testing time for NATO leaders
Plymouth University News: Academic analyses majors global security issues to be addressed at NATO summit
Exploring the nature of power
Plymouth University news: Dr Mike Sheaff, Associate Professor in Sociology, in the School of Government, discusses the 'nature of power' in an opinion piece originally published by the Western Morning News on Sunday.