What is at stake in practices and techniques of data visualisation in the social sciences? A review of the 2022 EISA workshop "Enacting and disrupting Transnational Spaces: Data visualisation as Exploratory Method"
Is the Russian Invasion of Ukraine a Liberal War?
RCIR Event Round-Up: Dr Nora Stel on Hybrid Political Order and the Politics of Uncertainty
Author: Kiran Phull On the 23rd of Feb, the RCIR had the honour of hosting Dr. Nora Stel from Radboud University, Netherlands for a rich and timely discussion of her 2020 book Hybrid Political Order and the Politics of Uncertainty: Refugee Governance in Lebanon. The event was chaired by Dr. Stephan Engelkamp and the book… Continue reading RCIR Event Round-Up: Dr Nora Stel on Hybrid Political Order and the Politics of Uncertainty
From Reimagining Communities to Communities Reimagining
Author: Laura Zuber It is the 13th of April 2021 and the the call for writing a blog article on ‘Reimagining Communities’ for this year’s Security Studies conference reaches me in a vulnerable moment in my research process: six months into the PhD, I made the decision to change topic. Roughly, my original plan consisted of… Continue reading From Reimagining Communities to Communities Reimagining
From Debates to Processes: Trajectories of Intelligence Oversight in the UK
Author: Joseph Jarnecki On 17 October 2019, the Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) handed their report on Russian interference into the British democracy to Prime Minister Boris Johnson. The ISC is a bipartisan committee mandated by the British Parliament to oversee the British intelligence services – replacing discussions with formal parliamentary procedures. Following significant delays… Continue reading From Debates to Processes: Trajectories of Intelligence Oversight in the UK