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How our research shapes international debate

Taken together, these six case studies reflect the considerable reach and scope of PAIS research across the three priority areas. Our impact is demonstrably international understood both in terms of the substantive content of projects and their range of beneficiaries. In some cases the nature of the research is comparative, as reflected in the study of intelligence across UK and US contexts in Landscapes of Secrecy and the role of regulatory frameworks in the UK and EU in Biopesticides. In others, such as China and the Changing Global Order, the intellectual focus is on particular states in the global order. That order is itself the subject of Regulating Global Trade and Finance, Civil Society and Global Governance, and EU Human Rights and Democracy. Read the full case studies by selecting an image below

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