Dr Joelle Grogan, Lecturer in EU law and Sticky Tricky Law founder, argues that only uncertainty is certain when it comes to the government’s Great Repeal Bill
‘The Sultan is dead, long live “Başyüce” Erdogan Sultan!’ argues Senior Lecturer in Politics Dr Tunc Aybak
Is preventing online extremism only the responsibility of big internet companies? questions Dr Tine Munk
Dr Erica Howard explores whether right-wing Dutch politician Geert Wilders has been unfairly treated over his extreme views
Research Impact Officer Natalie Wall on being a ‘black, Canadian feminist killjoy’ in the UK
Jessica Gavron and Jarlath Clifford of the European Human Rights Advocacy Centre on the importance of the European Court of Human Rights
What could the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination mean for Myanmar? asks Dr David Keane
Almost 10,000 European Court of Human Rights judgments have yet to be implemented. Dr Alice Donald explores how the problem of non-implementation by governments could be tackled.
How did the WannaCry ransomware do such widespread damage? Dr Mahdi Aiash explains.
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