Is a Fairer US Electoral System Possible, Wayne Getz, Colin Carlson, Eric Dougherty and Oliver Muellerklein.

Political Science in Turbulent Times, David Farrell  

British Politics After Brexit, Andrew Gamble

On the Road to Brexit, David Phinnemore

Post-truth Politics, Jane Suiter

A New Union? Federalism and the UKPaolo DardanelliJohn Kincaid


'The Corbyn Problem' and the Future of Labour, Tim Bale


Radicalism or Retreat? The Conservative Party Under Cameron, Libby McEnhill


Ukip, the 2015 General Election and Britain's EU Referendum, Matthew Goodwin


ISIS and the Challenge of Islamist Extremism, Aaron Edwards


Countering Twenty-First Century Terrorism, Richard English


The US Presidential Election 2016, David Karol


The Rise of a Political Englishness?, Michael Kenny


Why Aren't There More Women in British Politics?, Meryl Kenny


General Election 2015: Business as Usual or New Departure?, John Curtice


The Politics of Climate Change: Can a Deal be Done?, Paul Tobin


Thatcher's Grandchildren: The Long Road to Inequality, Emily Gray, Stephen Farrall, Colin Hay, Danny Dorling and Will Jennings



The Cameron-Clegg Coalition: Lessons Learned?, Timothy Heppell


Devolution in the round: Can Britain continue to muddle through? Alan Trench


How has the UK's Coalition Government performed? Simon Lee


No immigrants, no evidence? The making of Conservative Party immigration policy, Rebecca Partos


Direct Democracy: Lessons from the United States, Todd Donovan


One NHS, or Many? The National Health Service under Devolution, Axel Kaehne


Beyond Turnout: The Consequences of Compulsory Voting, Shane P Singh


Making Better Use of Evidence in Government, Peter Riddell


The Fall of the Berlin Wall - 25 years on, Charles Lees


Why is Britain badly governed? Policy blunders 1980-2010, Professor Ivor Crewe


The politics of fracking: a public policy dilemma, Yasminah Beebeejaun



Members only: views of the Conservative Party's rank-and-file, Professor Tim Bale and Professor Paul Webb


Plurality, Leveson and threat to the BBC, Professor Steven Barnett


Feminism: A fourth wave?


Different routes to reforming politics



The 'Neverendum'? A history of referendums and independence


The 'outraged young': How young Europeans are reshaping the political landscape


Leveson Inquiry: Letting the judges take the hard decisions?