To learn more about this research group, please contact, Dr Elizabeth Cobbett.
Prospective research students with interests in critical global politics are invited to visit the postgraduate research pages for general enquiries, or contact Dr Simon Curtis.
Research in Critical Global Politics (CGP) cuts across migration, risk and security, terrorism and counter-terrorism, religion, international law, global infrastructure & global cities, and political economy of finance.
Current projects examine: patterns of migration to & across Europe; proscription of terrorist organisations in the UK; security of the Asia-Pacific; religious fundamentalism in the US; mega-projects on the Indian Ocean Rim; and emergence of African financial centres.
Researchers working in the Critical Global Politics group include:
Elizabeth Cobbett, emergence of African financial centres
Simon Curtis, cities and international relations
Suzanne Doyle, nuclear security
Alexandria Innes, migration to, and across, Europe
Lee Jarvis, cyberterrorism
Lee Marsden, religious fundamentalism; faith and politics
Ra Mason, security of the Asia-Pacific
Adriana Sinclair, law and international relations