#ScholarSunday with Anastasia Shesterinina

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Anastasia Shesterinina, a Lecturer in International Politics at the Department of Politics, University of Sheffield. Anastasia’s research focuses on understanding mobilisation in armed conflict and raises interesting questions about policymaking in conflict and post-conflict zones. Anastasia is currently supervising PhD students, conducting doctoral training, and finishing up her book ‘Mobilizing under Uncertainty’. In this chat with Global Policy: Next Generation, Anastasia discusses her work on conflict mobilisation in Abkhazia, the challenges of conducting fieldwork, and offers advice to doctoral and early-career researchers. Read more...

 

Podcast: Non-state Actors and Climate Change with Dr. Sander Chan

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With the Katowice Climate Change Conference (COP 24) kicking off next week, this interview with Dr. Sander Chan from the Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (German Development Institute) is a timely reflection on the role of sub-state and non-state action on climate change. Deputy Editor Emma Lecavalier discusses the conditions for successful non-sate climate action and whether or not these forms of action can be resilient in the face of state retrenchment. Read more...