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1. Luca Reverberi – OxPol

Author Archive. Luca Reverberi. . ... Luca Reverberi is a cyber security researcher in critical infrastructure and an MSc graduate from the University of Birmingham where he published a research paper exposing critical vulnerabilities in a medical

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2. Data – OxPol

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

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3. Where did the anti-Corbynites go wrong? – OxPol

In just under a week, Jeremy Corbyn will almost certainly be re-elected as Leader of the Labour Party – and, if all the credible indications we have are correct, perhaps by a wider margin than the 60 per cent or so of the votes that he received

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4. OxPol – Page 20 – 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. Where is British conservatism today? – OxPol

On Friday 10th October 2014, Britain woke up to the news that the voters of Clacton-on-Sea had elected a UKIP Member of Parliament. To some, no doubt, this marked the inevitable culmination of the fracturing of the British right that began over

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6. History written and rewritten – OxPol

John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, recently posted a long statement explaining his opposition to same-sex marriage. Some of it appeared in the Guardian and on the Guardian’s CIF Belief blog. In it he referenced an interview he recently gave to

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7. Blue Labour and Conservatism – OxPol

Following Labour’s defeat at the 2010 general election, a new intellectual movement, close to the new leader Ed Miliband, began to gain ground within the party. ‘Blue Labour’ is most closely associated with the academic and activist Maurice

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8. Thatcherism outlives Thatcher – OxPol

‘We have created the new common ground, and that is why our opponents have been forced to shift their ground…We are told the Social Democrats now see the virtues of capitalism, competition and the customer. We have entered a new era. The

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9. Can Facebook govern itself?  – OxPol

It has been a tough few years for Facebook. Following Cambridge Analytica and the Russian interference in the 2016 election to ‘Definers-gate’, Myanmar, and a host of other crises, it is clear that, as Mark Zuckerberg has even now stated,

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10. When Naming Cyber Threat Actors Does More Harm Than Good – OxPol

Cybersecurity firms, despite their increasing prominence in light of greater media attention at Russian and Chinese cyber operations, are often criticized for their biases when identifying advanced persistent threat actors (APT). Two critiques are

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