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Prevent: Counter-Radicalisation and Education

Prevent: Counter-Radicalisation and Education

Tue 19, Nov 2019

Kate McNeil and Professor Paul Thomas discuss Prevent, the UK’s counter-radicalisation program.

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Mythologizing the Medieval: Ethnonational symbolism by far-right extremists

Mythologizing the Medieval: Ethnonational symbolism by far-right extremists

Tue 12, Nov 2019

Dr Matt Godwin explains why far-right ethnonational extremists are associating themselves with the mythology of medevial crusader symbolism.

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Reflections on Conflict and the Politics of Empathy

Reflections on Conflict and the Politics of Empathy

Tue 5, Nov 2019

Kate McNeil, PaCCS Communications Officer, sits down with the University of Glasgow's Dr Naomi Head to discuss her ESRC project on Conflict, Dialogue and Ethics in International Relations and the politics of empathy.

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Automotive Cybersecurity – An Interview with Professor Siraj Ahmed Shaikh

Automotive Cybersecurity – An Interview with Professor Siraj Ahmed Shaikh

Tue 29, Oct 2019

For the final post in our October Cyber Series, PaCCS Communications Officer Kate McNeil sat down with Prof Siraj Ahmed Shaikh, Professor at Coventry University’s Institute for Future Transport and Cities to discuss automotive cybersecurity. Professor Shaikh has previously worked with PaCCS on PaCCS/KTN Policy Briefing on “Innovation Challenges in Cybersecurity”.

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Cybersecurity, Politics, Governance and Conflict in Cyberspace – An Interview with Dr. Van Puyvelde

Cybersecurity, Politics, Governance and Conflict in Cyberspace – An Interview with Dr. Van Puyvelde

Tue 22, Oct 2019

PaCCS Communications Officer Kate McNeil sits down with Dr. Damien Van Puyvelde to discuss his new book Cybersecurity: Politics, Governance and Conflict in Cyberspace.

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Modern Slavery Through the Eyes of a Historian

Modern Slavery Through the Eyes of a Historian

Fri 18, Oct 2019

To mark Anti-Slavery Day, Kate McNeil sat down with Professor Kristofer Allerfeldt, an Associate Professor of History at the University of Exeter, to discuss modern slavery from the perspective of a historian.

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Ethics and Technology – An Interview with Professor Tom Sorell

Ethics and Technology – An Interview with Professor Tom Sorell

Tue 15, Oct 2019

Kate McNeil interviews Professor Tom Sorell, Professor of Politics and Philosophy at the University of Warwick, about preparatory offenses, fraudulent romance scam posts, and the intersections between ethics research and technology.

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Research Showcase: Cambridge Cybercrime Centre

Research Showcase: Cambridge Cybercrime Centre

Tue 8, Oct 2019

Guest post by Dr Alice Hutchings, Deputy-Director of the Cambridge Cybercrime Centre

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Opinion: Regulators Should be More Prescriptive About the Quantification of Cyber Risks

Opinion: Regulators Should be More Prescriptive About the Quantification of Cyber Risks

Tue 1, Oct 2019

Mete Feridun discusses prudential regulation and cyber risk incidents in the first post of our October Cyber Series

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‘Does Political Violence Work?’ – Reflections on a British Academy Panel

‘Does Political Violence Work?’ – Reflections on a British Academy Panel

Thu 26, Sep 2019

A summary of key takeaways from a British Academy panel on terrorism and recent research on whether political violence works.

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