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Britain and Australia
In British Politics Review 1-15, we offer different perspectives on the British-Australian relationship, historically and today.
Tracing the roots of the multifaceted relationship can also help explain its nature today, ranging from political parties and ideologies via the position of the Aboriginal people to the prestige and position of the monarchy.
Our contributors this time include Callum McEachern, Alan Lester, Benjamin T. Jones, Nick Dyrenfurth, Tony Burton and Frank Bongiorno.
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ATLE WOLD NEW BPS LEADER
Atle L. Wold has been elected new leader of the BPS for a two-year period.
Wold is an Associate Professor at the Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages at the University of Oslo, where he is in charge of British area studies.
In 2006, he was one of the co-founders of BPS. He has served as a board member since then.
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Join the BPS!
Membership in the British Politics Society is open to everyone with an interest in British politics, culture, and society.
BPS membership for one year costs NOK 100,- and gives the following benefits:
Established in June 2006, the overall objective of the BPS is to raise the general interest and knowledge about Britain and British politics in Norway and to maintain a scholarly network for people with an interest in such matters.
The current board consists of four people, all based in the academic community in Oslo.
Send us an e-mail to learn more!
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At the page, BPS members and others can also engage in discussions on questions related to British politics, culture and society.
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THE GENERAL ELECTION
The general election of 2010 reintroduced coalition government to Britain, and despite what was predicted by many at the time, the coalition survived the parliamentary term. The general election of 2015 looks to become no less exiting.
The spring edition of British Politics Review will seek to assess the incumbent government’s achievements, identify the issues at stake on 7 May and speculate on what is likely to follow thereafter.
The editors welcome initiatives to contribute with articles.
Please contact us.
The deadline for manuscripts is 31 April 2015.
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