Postgraduate research students
The Centre has facilities for the supervision of MPhil and PhD Degrees by thesis, and applications from suitably qualified students are welcome.
|Prof. Doug Stokes and Dr. Martin Robson
|A Constructivist Analysis of British Public Diplomacy Practices in the Post-Brexit Era
|Dr Stephane Baele and Dr Weeda Mehran
|Professor Oliver James and Dr Andrei Zhirnov
|Does Trust in government Encourage or Impede Coproduction of Public Service?
|Basak Erhan Cingir
|Prof Duncan Russel and Dr David Benson
|Knowledge use in the World Bank: How and why different types of knowledge are used to shape the World Bank’s Environmental Policy
|Riska Marlinda Darmanti
|Professor Oliver James and Professor Lynne Oats
|The exchange of information amongst tax authorities under the international framework and its implication for national tax policy.
|Dr. Dario Castiglione, Prof. Alison Harcourt and Dr. Stephen Greasley
|European Union - Institutional Structure - Federalism - Covid-19 Pandemic
|Dr Sergio Catignani and Dr Brieg Powel
|Changing character of warfare, hybrid warfare, grey-zone conflict and proxy warfare.
|Dr Alex Prichard and Professor Robert Lamb
|The Political Economy of Decentralised Anarchist Federalism.
|Dr Gregorio Bettiza and Dr Stephane Baele
|The West’ seen by ‘The Other’:The Diachronic Discursive Construction of Identity in Iranian and Saudi Schoolbooks
|Dr Irene Fernandez-Molina and Dr Brieg Powel
|A Colonial Genealogy of EU Foreign Policy Discourse: Security and the Image of Danger in the Maghreb
|Professor David Lewis and Professor John Heathershaw
|Illiberal statebuilding; China-Africa; spatial theory; infrastructures
|Larissa Abou Harb
|Dr Klejda Mulaj and Dr Brieg Powel
|Comparative Assessment of Repertoires of Contention in Lebanon and Bosnia and Herzegovina
|Professor David Lewis and Dr Catherine Owen
|International norm contestation and the promotion of the China model
|Dr Irene Fernandez-Molina and Dr Aurel Sari
|Peacekeeping and International Human Rights Law: Interrogating United Nations Mechanisms Through a Study of the UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara