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A team of Exeter experts offer a new framework for the analysis of extremist groups' use of visual imagery in propaganda.
'ISIS Propaganda: A Full Spectrum Extremist Message' explores all facets of ISIS propaganda, enhancing our understanding of the group's history, messaging, and recruitment
Exeter Politics Academic speaks to pupils about the EU’s relations with the Middle East and North Africa
Dr Irene Fernandez-Molina speaks to school pupils in Salisbury about the EU’s relations with the Middle East and North Africa.
CAIS (Centre for Advanced International Studies) organises a one-day event entitled “World Order(s) in Crisis?” bringing together some of the most prominent scholars in the discipline.
Dr Christopher Phillips, author of the acclaimed book ‘The Battle for Syria – International Rivalry in the Middle East’ visits Exeter
The Centre for Advanced International Studies (CAIS) recently hosted a talk by Dr Christopher Phillips
The Bank’s report uses several articles written by Dr Bormann to develop the “inclusive approach to preventing violent conflict” promoted in the document.
Doug Stokes co-edits special issue of International Affairs on the durability of the Liberal International Order
The January 2018 special issue was launched with a public lecture on February 22nd
Professor Dumper writes in Guardian Opinion
Professor Dumper discussed the context of Trump’s decision to move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
Dr Alex Prichard contributes to a special issue of the Journal of International Political Theory.
Professor Doug Stokes is co-editing a special issue of the journal International Affairs (Oxford University Press)
The special issue's theme is on the durability of the liberal international order in a time of relative American decline, rising powers and the Trump Administration
Alex Prichard will be visiting Reykjavik for three days from the 18 - 20 October for a series of talks and discussions on the relevance of anarchist theory to contemporary politics.
Professor Doug Stokes examines rising non-Western states, global shifts in economic power, illiberal non-state actors and the deep seated political, social and racial problems in the US
Professor Stokes is working with City University's Inderjeet Parmar and Princeton's John Ikenberry on a new project entitled Ordering the World? Liberal Internationalism in Theory and Practice.
Alex Prichard (Exeter) and Ruth Kinna (Loughborough) have been awarded £249,496 by the ESRC Transforming Social Science scheme for their project titled 'Anarchy as Constitutional Principle: Constitutionalising in anarchist politics'.
Professor Doug Stokes discusses opportunities with the prestigious S Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) in Singapore
Professor Doug Stokes visited Dean Ralf Emmers and Professor Ang Cheng Guan at the prestigious S Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) in Singapore in April to discuss teaching and research relations between our two institutions.
A new book, Jerusalem Unbound, plots the history and examines the underlying factors that make a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians so difficult.
7 March 2014
David Lewis spoke at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office seminar, ‘Afghanistan as a threat to Central Asia: myth or reality?
1 April 2014
Heathershaw’s talk ‘Tajikistan’s economic prospects and problems: hydropower, aluminium production and electricity exports’m, addressed current developments in Tajikistan and particularly the country’s progress as a candidate member of the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI).
3 March 2014
We are delighted to confirm that Martin Shaw, historical sociologist of global politics, war and genocide, will work with the Centre of Advanced International Studies.
The last issue of International Affairs (September 2013, Vol. 89) published by Chatham House, included not just one, or two, or three, but actually four separately submitted articles by College staff.
Professor Doug Stokes, Professor of International Relations at the University of Exeter is also a Senior Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI).
Professor Doug Stokes discusses his most recent article published in the September issue of International Affairs.
Professor Doug Stokes has co-authored an article with Richard G. Whitman, entitled: 'Transatlantic triage? European and UK ‘grand strategy’ after the US rebalance to Asia.'
Professor Doug Stokes will present his latest research on UK and US grand strategy at the UK’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office in April 2013.
The subject of the symposium is on America's 'Asia pivot' and Sino-US rivalries in terms of soft power projection, economic competition, identity and security matters.
Professor Doug Stokes to judge the ‘Susan Strange Book Prize’ for best book in international relations in 2012.
Professor Doug Stokes has been asked by BISA to act as one of three appointed international judges for the prestigious ‘Susan Strange Book Prize’ for best book in international relations in 2012.
Dr Prichard will discuss his research on anarchism and world order at the Universities of Lund, Uppsala and Stockholm.
A series of Briefing Papers for the ESRC-funded Conflict in Cities and the Contested State project were launched at a public meeting in London on 8th November.
Lucy Morgan Edwards visited the department to speak on her book, The Afghan Solution: The Inside Story of Abdul Haq, the CIA and how Western hubris lost Afghanistan (2011).
Held on campus 20-21 March, 2012
Foreign and Commonwealth Office makes us of CAIS' expertiese
The international Kyrgyzstan Inquiry Commission and the 2010 ethnic violence
State and Religions: the Challenges of Secularism