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‘Preparing for Impact’: Bridging the gap in the anti-slavery space

‘Preparing for Impact’: Bridging the gap in the anti-slavery space

Tue 29, Sep 2020

Juliana Semione writes about her PaCCS research placement and her work on the "preparing for impact" report with the UK Anti-Slavery Commissioner..

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Revolt in the Square: Spatial Modelling and Conflict

Revolt in the Square: Spatial Modelling and Conflict

Tue 22, Sep 2020

In this new PaCCS Q&A, Dr Gehan Selim discusses her work on Revolt in the ‘Square’: Spatial Modelling of Urban Stability in Modern Cities.

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The Science Team: Public Views of Uncertainty

The Science Team: Public Views of Uncertainty

Tue 15, Sep 2020

Earlier this month, PaCCS Communications Officer Kate McNeil sat down with Dr Emma Soane, an Assistant Professor at LSE's Department of Management, to discuss her work on the Science Team project, a program of work focused on public views of uncertainty which was funded by the EPSRC and accredited as a Global Uncertainties Project. 

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Rising Powers in the Shadow of the Crisis

Rising Powers in the Shadow of the Crisis

Tue 8, Sep 2020

PaCCS Communications Officer Kate McNeil chats with Dr Paola Subacchi about her work on Rising Powers in the Shadow of the Crisis: A New Global Governance.

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Going Nuclear? The politics of nuclear energy in a ‘Green Recovery’

Going Nuclear? The politics of nuclear energy in a ‘Green Recovery’

Tue 1, Sep 2020

Dr Michal Onderco and Professor Darren McCauley share their thoughts on the politics of nuclear energy in a ‘Green Recovery’.

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Researching the Crime-Terror Nexus in Tripoli

Researching the Crime-Terror Nexus in Tripoli

Tue 18, Aug 2020

PaCCS Communications Officer Kate McNeil sat down with Dr Raphael Lefevre and Professor Caroline Rooney to discuss their work on the  ‘The Crime-Terror Nexus from Below: Criminal and Extremist Practices, Networks and Narratives in Deprived Neighbourhoods of Tripoli’.

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Exploring the Social and Legal Aspects of Online Privacy in Japan

Exploring the Social and Legal Aspects of Online Privacy in Japan

Tue 11, Aug 2020

In early August, PaCCS Communications Officer Kate McNeil sat down with Dr Andrew A Adams, a lecturer at Japan’s Meiji University, to discuss his work on human-computer interactions and the social and legal aspects of computing and online privacy.

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Safe Seas Q&A

Safe Seas Q&A

Tue 4, Aug 2020

In mid-June, Professor Christian Bueger, Dr Scott Edwards, and Professor Tim Edmunds sat down for a Q&A discussion to share their work on transnational organised crime at sea through the Safe Seas project. Safe Seas is an international network of scholars interested in maritime security in different regions of the world, whose work covers areas such as blue crime.

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The Morality of Private War: The Ethics of Using Private Military & Security Companies

The Morality of Private War: The Ethics of Using Private Military & Security Companies

Tue 21, Jul 2020

PaCCS Communications Officer Kate McNeil sat down with the University of Manchester’s Professor James Pattison to discuss his research into ethical questions in international politics and his book 'The Morality of Private War'.

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