David Jeffery looks at how the prohibition of chemical weapons has set back the prospects for peaceful insurgencies and a revolution in warfare
In this article, Jackson Shuttleworth argues that human nature should not be understood in purely negative terms, but as a socially dependent, variable, phenomenon.
David Jeffery ponders whether Thatcher really meant: “There is no such thing as society.”
Introduction by Ben Mackay.
Article by David Jeffery.
An article in which Rebecca Montacute explores the reasons why women are so underrepresented in the higher echelons of science.
An overview article that disseminates the latest findings and insights from Canvas Research. This year, the team has focused on the concept of social mobility and its relevance to public policy.
In this article, David Jeffery explores how capitalism itself can be used to force banking reform and how the power of demand can create more ethical high street banking.
With the election of François Hollande to the French presidency on Sunday 6 may 2012 , the movement for an alternative approach to fixing the world economy has been given a considerable boost to its momentum within Europe. But what does this alternative economic programme look like? And what are its chances in succeeding?
A short exposition by Canvas Research and their work on social mobility in the UK.