A collection of materials on some of the key issues confronting policymakers today.
This collection from leading figures within the House of Lords, media law, and the...
Russia's increasing prominence on the world stage has brought renewed interest in, and...
How should we commemorate the victims of past atrocities, heroic individuals, or emblematic national and social events? This book colloquium will discuss the recent book Law and Memory: Towards Legal Governance of History, and explore both the nature and role of legal engagement in historical memory.
As the peoples of the United Kingdom and Ireland strive for unity in the face of Brexit, the Putney Debates 2018 will assess recent developments – including government efforts to invoke prerogative powers, Anglo-Irish relations, and 'fake news' and external interference in recent elections – in a modern-day constitutional convention on the spirit and structure of our democratic settlement.
Letters from Baghdad tells the extraordinary story of Gertrude Bell, the forgotten figure of the British Empire who shaped the modern Middle East in ways that still reverberate today.