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Federica D'Alessandra and Ross J Gildea examine the potential dangers of surveillance technology for enabling state violence, as well as the need for international regulations to control the use of surveillance tech.
Folashadé Soulé, senior research associate at the Global Economic Governance programme, says the coup in Burkina Faso could is unlikely to directly affect Chinese interests in the country.
DPhil student Jocelyn Perry co-authored a piece with Ben Abraham (DPhil 2015) looking at the legacy of COP26 and how the international community can build on the promises made in Glasgow.
The House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee has recently published a report on the UK's responsibility to act on atrocities in Xinjiang which includes evidence by the Oxford Institute f
The team at the Institute for Ethics, Law, and Armed Conflict (ELAC) have provided both written and oral evidence to the UK's parliamentary inquiry on Xinjiang detention camps.