By David Erdos
The Council of Europe's crucial activities come with a deep responsibility to ensure public access to its historic...
19 Feb 2018
By Neil Wilkins
Scientists more used to tracking natural threats can help shed light on what North Korea is up to. Neil Wilkins...
04 Sep 2017
The UK government has confirmed that despite the path chosen by the US, the UK would honour the Paris Agreement. Here...
25 Aug 2017
Dr Richard Heffernan discusses how presidential elections work in France.
20 Apr 2017
A neighbouring state is falling into war. You're the Prime Minister - can you use your political capital to legally...
07 Apr 2017
The far-right Front National candidate for the French election, Marine LePen, has attempted to soften the image of...
13 Feb 2017
OU academics from the Department of Politics and International Studies discuss the impact of Donald Trump's election...
20 Jan 2017
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have already ensured a place in history - as the most disliked pairing in a...
03 Oct 2016
Hillary Clinton has won enough delegates to be certain of being the Democratic Party's candidate for President. She's...
08 Jun 2016
The Brazilian Parliament voted on Sunday [17th April 2016] to begin impeachment proceedings against the nation's...
19 Apr 2016