Keyword: Institutions and organisations

Related People

Mr. Alan Angell

Emeritus Fellow in Latin American Politics, St. Antonys College

Kaya Axelsson

Research topic: Environmental Politics

Dr Gordon Barrett

Departmental Lecturer in Modern Chinese History & Politics

Dr Nigel Bowles

Former Director of the Rothermere American Institute - Former Fellow St. Annes College and Corpus Christi College

Mr Filip Bubenheimer

Research topic: The Politics of Judicial Review in Inter-War Europe

Ms Lucinda Cadzow

Research topic: International Taxation, Offshore Financial Centres, Global Governance, Interest Groups, Transnational Actors, Cooperation

Professor Giovanni Capoccia

Professor of Comparative Politics, Fellow, Corpus Christi College

Dr Richard Coggins

College Lecturer in Politics at Oriel College

Mr Malcolm Deas

Emeritus Fellow of Latin American Politics, St. Antonys College

Dr Matthias Dilling

Departmental Lecturer in Comparative Politics, Special Lecturer at Magdalen College

Dr David Doyle

Associate Professor of Politics, St. Hughs

Jan Eijking

Research topic: Experts in the making: Technocratic internationalism in 19th century Britain and France

Ashrakat Elshehawy

Research topic: Political Economy of the Middle East, Politics of Information, Text-Analysis

Alejandro Espinosa

Research topic:

Professor Cecile Fabre

Senior Research Fellow, All Souls College

Professor Louise Fawcett

Head of Department, Professor of International Relations, Wilfrid Knapp Fellow and Tutor in Politics St Catherines College

Professor Rosemary Foot

Senior Research Fellow in International Relations, DPIR, Emeritus Fellow St Antony's College

Dr Jane Gingrich

Associate Professor of Comparative Political Economy, Magdalen

Dr Ezequiel González Ocantos

Associate Professor in the Qualitative Study of Comparative Political Institutions; Professorial Fellow, Nuffield College

Dr Sudhir Hazareesingh

CUF Lecturer in Politics and Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Balliol College

Emeritus Professor Christopher Hood

Emeritus Professor of Government, Fellow, All Souls College

Ms Tuuli-Anna Huikuri

Research topic: Global Governance of International Investment

Miles Kellerman

Research topic: Transnational Financial Crime

Alexander Kentikelenis

Junior Research Fellow in Politics, Trinity College

Dr Spyros Kosmidis

Departmental Lecturer in Quantitative Methods

Dr. Paul Martin

Associate Professor of Politics and Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Wadham College

Professor Walter Mattli

Professor of International Political Economy, Official Fellow of St Johns College

Mr Marco Moraes

Research topic: The League of Nations secretariat and internationalism in the interwar period

Professor Kalypso Nicolaïdis

Professor of International Relations, Faculty Fellow, St Antonys College

Sergi Pardos-Prado

Fellow in Politics at Merton College

Associate Professor (retired) Gillian Peele

Emeritus Professor in Politics and Tutorial Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall

Dr Scot Peterson

Bingham Research Fellow in Constitutional Studies

Rose Pinnington

Research topic: Donor approaches to supporting public sector reform in Africa

Professor Timothy Power

Professor of Latin American Politics and University Lecturer in Brazilian Studies, St Antonys College

Professor F. David Rueda

Professor of Comparative Politics, University Lecturer, Fellow, Nuffield College

Dr Adam Saunders

British Academy Post-Doctoral Fellow and Research Fellow at Nuffield College

Professor Petra Schleiter

Professor of Comparative Politics and Tutorial Fellow (St Hilda's College)

Professor Duncan Snidal

Professor of International Relations, Fellow of Nuffield College

Giuseppe Spatafora

Research topic: Explaining Alliances between Warring Factions and Foreign Sponsors in Civil War

Dr Devi Sridhar

University Lecturer in Global Health Politics, University of Edinburgh

Associate Professor Patricia M. Thornton

Associate Professor of Chinese Politics, Fellow of Merton College

Jonas von Hoffmann

Research topic: Drug Policy in Latin America

Professor Stephen Whitefield

Professor of Politics, Rhodes Pelczynski Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Pembroke College

Jeffrey A. Wright

Research topic: Power and Representation in Intergovernmental Organizations

Mr Yuan Yi Zhu

Research topic: The Theories and Practices of Legal Sovereignty in Republican China

Professor Jan Zielonka

Professor of European Politics and Ralf Dahrendorf Fellow, St Antony's College

Dr Radoslaw Zubek

Associate Professor of European Politics, Tutorial Fellow at Hertford College

Related News

Ukraine: president or parliament?

21st Jan 2019

Professor Paul Chaisty argues that Ukraine's current political problems "will not be solved by a new executive structure", instead suggesting that legislators should focus on the balance of power between political structures in the Eastern European country.

read more

Karma Nabulsi’s British Academy funded research featured in the Guardian

30th Jan 2017


On Saturday the Guardian featured a research project headed by Karma Nabulsi, ‘Teaching Contemporary Palestinian Political History’, which provides teaching and research resources on the subject of the Palestinian national liberation movement and its revolution in the 50s, 60s and 70s, through an open access digital platform in Arabic and English.

read more

Alexander Betts gives TED talk on "Why Brexit happened - and what to do next"

28th Jul 2016

Alexander Betts has given a TED talk on the UK's Brexit vote, why it happened, and what to do next.

read more

"Will the UK Referendum Irreparably Damage Europe?" - Gwen Sasse responds

22nd Jun 2016

Gwendolyn Sasse is part of an expert panel responding to a question set by Carnegie Europe's Strategic Europe blog - "Will the UK Referendum Irreparably Damage Europe?"

read more

"A welcome demonstration that grounded academic work can be entertaining as well as informative"

20th Jun 2016

Fed Power: How Finance Wins, the recent book by Desmond King and Lawrence Jacobs, has been reviewed in the Financial Times, as part of an article on the sucesses and failures of the US central bank.

read more

Sudhir Hazareesingh on French social and political conflict

1st Jun 2016

Sudhir Hazareesingh has written an article in the Times Literary Supplement (27 May) reviewing books by the historian Pascal Ory and by the former Justice Minister Christiane Taubira, both dealing with the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of 2015.  In this article Sudhir discusses how French progressives should respond to the jihadi threat.  The full article can be read here:

read more

Sudhir Hazareesingh writes on why 'hardline secularism will not solve France’s problems'

2nd Feb 2016

Sudhir Hazareesingh has published an article in the Financial Times (28 January) on the importance of Laïcité (broadly translated as 'secularism') in French culture.

read more

Parliament meets in Oxford for the first time in 350 years

19th Nov 2015

On Thursday 19 November 2015 the Bodleian Libraries and the Department of Politics and International Relations are hosting the UK Parliament’s Science and Technology Select Committee, chaired by local MP Nicola Blackwood.  This special sitting in Oxford will take place as part of Parliament Week 2015, a programme of events and activities coordinated by the House of Commons.

read more

Gwendolyn Sasse comments on the situation in Ukraine

23rd Oct 2015

Gwendolyn Sasse has written an article for Carnegie Europe, in which she comments on the difficult situation in Ukraine, and the importance of the upcoming local elections.

read more

Google and RISJ agree grant for major expansion of the Digital News Report

8th Sep 2015

Further to the announcement by Google in April of their Digital News Initiative and the increased support that would involve for the Reuters Institute Digital News Report, Oxford University and Google have now agreed the details of the new grant.

read more

Iain McLean comments on the troubles of the House of Lords

31st Jul 2015

Professor Iain McLean has provided expert comment to Canada's CBC News (29 July), on the current difficulties of the British House of Lords, in light of the recent Lord Sewel scandal.

read more

Daniel Butt talks about luck, inequality, and the Budget on the Moral Maze

13th Jul 2015

Daniel Butt was a guest witness on BBC Radio 4's 'Moral Maze' (8 July), in an episode entitled 'Moral Luck and the Budget'.

read more