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“Regulatory barriers likely to be contentious and most significant obstacles to UK-US trade”

12 July 2018

UKTPO's latest research explores public support for, the benefits of and the key obstacles to a UK-US trade agreement.


LPS doctoral researchers discuss professional development

6 July 2018

Twenty five PhD students took part in the sixth School of Law, Politics and Sociology (LPS) annual away day for postgraduate doctoral researchers,...


Sussex European Institute's first cohort of students reunite after 25 years

13 June 2018

The Sussex European Institute (SEI) was delighted to welcome back the very first cohort of students, who graduated back in 1993, for a reunion on the...


Come and get involved with the Language Cafe next year

23 May 2018

Language Cafe is a great way of making friends and building skills.


Politics academics awarded £50k grant by Academy of Korean Studies

8 May 2018

Two academics from the Department of Politics have been awarded a £50,000 grant to investigate the effect of photographs distributed by the...


Professor Mark Walters launches Life Cycle of a Hate Crime report at European Parliament

1 May 2018

A Sussex Law School academic has launched a new report, which analyses the findings of in-depth research tracing the life cycle of a hate crime in...


Politics undergraduates take part in twelfth annual Berlin trip

23 April 2018

A group of undergraduate students from the Department of Politics have taken part in Professor Dan Hough’s annual trip to Berlin.  The...


Viva Success

18 April 2018

Congratulations to Moletsane Monyake for passing his PhD viva on 17th April with no corrections!  Examiners Prof Paul Heywood and Dr Liz...


Sussex Salon event welcomes one of the 'Guildford Four'

21 March 2018

The latest Sussex Salon dealt with the topic of 'Miscarriages of Justice: Is there life after life?'


Sussex scholar launches book on dealing with Poland's communist past

21 March 2018

“Poland is a really interesting case of how post-communist states have dealt with their past," argues Professor Aleks Szczerbiak in his new book.


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