The Centre for Geopolitics welcomes its four new postdoctoral researchers – Dr Anahita Arian, Hugo Bromley, Dr Will Figueroa and Dr Eamonn O’Keeffe – to the Department of Politics and International Relations. The new roles have been made possible thanks to the ongoing generosity and commitment of the Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation for Public Benefit, and the additional support of the National Army Museum.

Together with our existing Research Associate, Dr. Donatas Kupciunas, our new recruits will present a brief summary of their research work and take part in a panel discussion on ‘States, markets and conflict’. We will also be introducing our three new PhD students. The panel will be hosted by the Centre‚Äôs Deputy Director, Professor William Hurst, and will be followed by a drinks reception between 5.30 and 6.30pm, to which all attendees are welcome.

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