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...
This book colloquium will discuss Shoshana Zuboff's The Age of Surveillance Capitalism, her influential account of the challenges to humanity posed by the digital future, specifically, how the commodification of personal information threatens our core values of freedom, democracy, and privacy.
Professor Sir Adam Roberts, Senior Research Fellow in International Relations, Oxford, will analyse the contemporary decline of the liberal order, and call for a rethinking of liberal ideas and practices. The Keynote Lecture will open a workshop the following day.
A workshop to scrutinize in-depth the transformation of the contemporary international order, as outlined in Professor Sir Adam Roberts' lecture of the previous day. Participants include Oxford Professor of Socio-Legal Studies Denis Galligan, international lawyer Mary Bartkus, social scientist Prof Ralph Schroeder, and economist Prof David Vines.