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Scottish elections: what happened – and what comes next?
Professor Robert Johns
11 May 2021
The problem of social care funding is unlikely to be solved any time soon
Harold D Clarke,
Professor Marianne Stewart
20 April 2021
Myanmar: could defecting security forces bring down the military regime?
Professor Natasha Lindstaedt
15 April 2021
How the pandemic is shaping voting intentions in the UK
31 March 2021
For International Women’s Day we are shining a light on our diverse alumni community and the inspiring stories of where life has taken them since Essex.
08 March 2021
As President Joe Biden takes office as the new president, the United States has rarely seemed more divided. Looking at the data in this blog for The Conversation are Professor Paul Whiteley, from the University of Essex, Professor Harold D Clarke from the University of Texas at Dallas and Professor Marianne Stewart from the University of Texas at Dallas.
20 January 2021
Prematurely declaring election victory is a hallmark of non-democratic regimes.
04 November 2020
There isn't much political capital in celebrating stock market gains if the real economy is still hurting.
Harold D Clarke
05 October 2020
Peacekeeping had been in decline before COVID-19, but they are vital tools in the UN's armoury.
Professor Han Dorussen
16 September 2020
History shows that governing parties lose support when jobs are lost.
29 July 2020