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1. Flyover: Why Europe is no longer a top destination for Air Force One – OxPol

Flyover: Why Europe is no longer a top destination for Air Force One. ... SHARE. Flyover: Why Europe is no longer a top destination for Air Force One.

blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/flyover-europe-no-longer-a-top-destination-for-air-force-one/- 99k - 17 Mar 2020 - Cached

2. Burma – OxPol

A blog sharing research and analysis from Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations

blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/tag/burma/- 100k - 19 Mar 2020 - Cached

3. Region – Page 23 – OxPol

A blog sharing research and analysis from Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations

blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/category/region/page/23/- 115k - 19 Mar 2020 - Cached

4. OxPol – Page 92 – A blog sharing research and analysis from Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations

A blog sharing research and analysis from Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations

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5. OxPol – Page 93 – A blog sharing research and analysis from Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations

A blog sharing research and analysis from Oxford's Department of Politics and International Relations

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6. The UK government says no to democratic reform – OxPol

One small early example of this bigger problem of Whitehall culture is ironically in the key area of democratic reform. ... A full five year government has plenty of time to get its legislation through properly, and a one party government should be

blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/the-uk-government-says-no-to-democratic-reform/- 99k - 18 Mar 2020 - Cached

7. Democratic wealth: Exploring ideas for a citizens’ economy – OxPol

As one contribution to this, OurKingdom is partnering with Politics in Spires to host a discussion of republicanism and political economy. ... But republicanism, as just defined, arguably provides one framework within which we can interpret these

blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/democratic-wealth-exploring-ideas-for-a-citizens-economy/- 106k - 19 Mar 2020 - Cached

8. Post-Brexit wave of hate has laid bare the tensions and divisions in Britain – OxPol

In one heart breaking incident, the card was found by an eleven year old boy who couldn’t understand why his neighbours wanted him to leave and said that he felt ... As a result, it lacks the cosmopolitan border areas in which one nationality and

blog.politics.ox.ac.uk/post-brexit-wave-hate-laid-bare-tensions-divisions-britain/- 102k - 18 Mar 2020 - Cached

9. Dr Severine Toussaert | St John's College, Oxford

As part of my degree, I spent one year at the University of Chicago as an exchange student. ... More recently, I have been interested in the study of pride as a motivational force.

www.sjc.ox.ac.uk/discover/people/dr-severine-toussaert/- 75k - Cached

10. Captain Bertrand Stewart | Christ Church, Oxford University

best article, paper or lecture on some military subject, the study or discussion of which will tend to increase the efficiency of the British Army as a fighting force.” One of ... While reading a recent biography of Smith-Cumming I found passing

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