Expert opinions cover World Cancer Day Brexit and Donald Trump
Dr Leah Bassel from the School of Media, Communication and Sociology has discussed the Casey review and immigration in an article for Discover Society.
- Read more about the article 'The Casey review on opportunity and integration: Re-inventing the wheel' on Think: Leicester here
Dr Ipek Demir from the School of Media, Communication and Sociology has discussed multiculturalism in relation to Brexit in an article for Discover Society.
- Read more about the article 'Brexit as a backlash against 'loss of privilege' and multiculturalism' on Think: Leicester here
Dr Fabian Frenzel has written an article for Think: Leicester discussing the Anti-Trump protests seen across the UK and what they mean for Brexit Britain.
Professor Katja Ziegler from the School of Law has written an article for The Conversation examining Theresa May's new white paper, which sets out the government's Brexit plan.
- Read the full article 'Experts read the Brexit white paper – so you don’t have to' on Think: Leicester here
Professor Rolland Munro from the School of Business has written an article for Think: Leicester discussing the problems of calculating President Trump's decision-making process.
Following World Cancer Day 2017 on 4 February, Professor Martin Dyer from the Department of Cancer Studies has discussed the on-going fight against cancer in relation to three Presidents of the US.
- Read the full article 'World Cancer Day 2017 - and a tale of three Presidents of the United States' here
Dr James Samuel Johnson from the Department of History, Politics and International Relations has written an article for The Conversation about how China could start to move towards a 'war-fighting' nuclear stance.
- Read the full article 'China’s nuclear weapons policy could be about to radically change' hosted on Think: Leicester here
Dr Clark Hobson from the School of Law has discussed the potential for legal changes on assisted suicide in the UK.
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