Dr Mahdi Aiash, Senior Lecturer in Computing & Communications, describes what total and partial Internet shutdowns ordered by repressive regimes involve and how they can be bypassed
MDX legal academic Beth Shiner explains how the freedom of thought, which is the foundation of all rights, has been impacted by the rise of technology ahead of an international virtual symposium
MDX Criminology and Sociology lecturer Dr Daniel Sailofsky fears that the Amber Heard vs Johnny Depp trial will be a turning point for all the wrong reasons. Here he takes us through his views on why
MDX legal expert explains why international courts and the UN Charter will still be crucial in peacefully resolving the conflict
MDX expert argues global system to prevent nuclear war is no longer fit for purpose
Professor Laurent Pech, Head of the Law and Politics Department, has been researching a worrying issue he has described as ‘Rule of Law backsliding’ for more than ten years.
Los Watkins, an MDX Law Lecturer shares a piece of ongoing research into the concept of the Floating Charge and its impact on modern banking law.
The Chief Constable of Sussex Police gives a personal view about the role of apprenticeships in transforming the police, encouraging new groups of people to consider a career in policing.
Dr Angus Nurse examines the current debate over reparations for slavery in both the UK and US.
Bethany Shiner argues instead of focusing on how the population is being misled by dishonest political campaigns we should be demanding integrity and honesty from our politicians
MDX academic @josiebarnard talks about what it means to be digitally excluded - and thinks about some solutions - o… https://t.co/99rU4PWV6K
Our business school research fellow @rogerkline has co-authored a new report about disproportionate referrals of… https://t.co/dNg7WuPjwE
RT @DrAnneElliott: Just caught up with @ProfTEvans latest political discussion on @ShareRadioUK. Great insight and clarification on the mos…