Claire Randerson - Associate Professor / Programme Leader
Claire is International Lead for the School of Social and Political Sciences and also manages the School's international exchange programme.Academic Staff List
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Professionals working in international relations have an in-depth understanding of the impact of political, economic, and cultural forces.
From European politics to global conflicts, examine some of the most important issues of our time in a way that aims to stimulate debate.
International relations and the policies they shape are rarely far from the media headlines, tackling challenging and sometimes controversial issues.
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