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Scandals and Stagflation – An uncomfortable mix
Even Karl Marx did not anticipate the divide that exists now between the wealthy elite and the rest, argues Professor Andrew Moran.
London Met academic wins major International Relations award
Dr Ahmet Erdi Öztürk was recently announced as the winner of the International Studies' Association's Distinguished Emerging Scholar Award.
The betrayal of Ukraine took place years ago
NATO has proved itself to be weak in the face of Russia's actions in Crimea and now Ukraine, with Russia in the process of brutalising a peaceful neighbour, writes Dr Shahin Malik.
Migration in the Making of the Gulf Space
London Met lecturer explores the space inhabited by migrants and former migrants in the Gulf cities in new co-edited volume.
New Turkey’s new diasporic constellations
Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Dr A Erdi Ozturk, has published a new policy report on Turkish diasporas, as well as a review of President Erdogan's new book.
New Turkey's new diasporas
A one-day workshop, open to all, will explore Turkey’s authoritarian turn under the Erdogan regime.
Bridging the gap between the military and the diplomatic world
Captain John Foreman, UK Defence Attaché in the British Embassy in Moscow, spoke to students in Politics and International Relations about Russian policy and international diplomacy.
Elections 2021: Will the goddess Fortuna smile upon Mr. Johnson again?
Dr Peter Laugharne, Senior Lecturer in Politics & International Relations on the significance of the vote on 6 May, which will be the first public test of Labour leader Keir Starmer.
Is there a populist foreign policy?
A new paper from Dr Angelos Chryssogelos focuses on the broader approaches that populists take to questions of foreign policy beyond Europe and in their attitudes to Atlanticism.
What's driving foreign policy in Turkey?
A new policy report by London Met’s Dr Ahmet Erdi Öztürk argues that Turkey’s post-2016 foreign policy rests on ideas of militarisation, Islam, civilisation and power.
Holocaust survivor to give testimony to London Met students
Hana Kleiner, a Holocaust survivor, to speak about her experience to students and staff. Places are still available but limited, book your free ticket now.
An audience with Sam Gyimah MP
The Conservative MP and former Universities Minister visited London Metropolitan University the day before the vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill
London Met lecturer discusses Donald Trump's foreign policy approach at the British Library
Dr Andrew Moran delivered a session to sixth form students discussing President Trump as part of the British Library's Congress to Campus programme.
US Congress comes to campus
London Met welcomed two former US Congressmen to offer a rare and unique insight into American Politics as part of the Congress to Campus programme.