Topic 14: Impact of Assemblages, Non-Humans, and International Relations on Normal Politics
Research Aim: The study analyses the concept of normal politics and its position as the dominant form of anthropocentric discourse. The research looks to understand how non-humans, such as architecture, human geography, and anthropology, impact politics and international relations. The paper assesses factors that may prevent non-humans from participating in the political realm in the UK. The study uses a case study of Brexit to better demonstrate the concept of assemblage politics.
Topic 15: Impact of Socio-Economic Factors on Lobbying Networks and Interest Groups in UK’s Society
Research Aim: The proposed study assesses the impact of socio-economic factors such as household income, education, ethnicity, and religious affiliation on political activities of lobbying and participation in interest groups in the UK. The research uses quantitative approaches for data collection through surveys and government data. The data is analysed using inferential statistics to produce a causal association between the variables.
Topic 16: A Shift in the Foreign Policy of the United Kingdom and the United States Post 9/11: A Comprehensive Study
Research Aim: The aim of this study is to analyse how the world’s two top powers reshaped their foreign policy as a result of the 9/11 attacks. The aftermath of the 9/11 attacks was chaotic for the whole world, and it impacted not only the united states but the whole world, especially countries like Pakistan, Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan were the subject of the most scrutiny. The aim of this study is to analyse the specific foreign policy changes made by the United States and the United Kingdom after the disaster.
Topic 17: How to Run a Successful Political Campaign? A Case Analysis of Two Successful Political Campaigns of Modern Era Politics
Research Aim: The aim of this research is to analyse, assess and understand the successful rules, methods, and principles used in a successful political campaign. The study examines the case study of Barrack Obama’s successful political campaigns in 2008 and 2012. The study also considers the political campaign of Hilary Clinton to establish what works well and what does not work in political messaging during a campaign in modern politics. The study also tabulates the rules and principles that aspiring politicians can adopt to design their political campaigns.
Topic 18: The Role of Female Representation in Global Politics: A Comparative Study of Leading Female Politicians and their Successful Tenures
Research Aim: This study aims to analyse the role of women in global politics and the role of women in putting countries on the track to success. The study considers into consideration the case of successful female politicians like Benazir Bhutto, Angela Markel, and Indira Gandhi and their contribution to the politics of their respective countries, the challenges they faced, and how they overcame these challenges. The thesis also focuses on the stigma around the political contribution of women historically as well as in modern politics.
Topic 19: A Study of Different Political Systems around the World and Comparison of Public Trust on Governments in Each System
Research Aim: The aim of this research is to analyse multiple political systems currently used in the world. The research focuses on the presidential system, parliamentary system, and hybrid system of governments in the world. The study can also include the communist system of politics and governance. The three case studies have presented the public opinion, effectiveness of the governance, and political stability in each system. The researcher seeks public opinion and satisfaction by conducting the survey.
Topic 20: The Comprehensive Analysis of the Relationship of Religion with Politics in the Middle East and Its Impact on Global as well as Local Peace
Research Aim: Most Middle East nations practise religion very strictly and seek inspiration from religious teachings to devise the policies of governance. The aim of this research is to conduct a detailed analysis of the relationship between politics and religion and its impact on government, policy-making, and regional and global peace.
Topic 21: An Analysis of Single Party-Political System and Its Limitations as Well as Benefits
Research Aim: Many countries worldwide use a single-party-political system like China. The study aims to discover the pros and cons of such a system and how it impacts the policy and strategy design of the nation. Often, the single-party system is considered limited for progressive ideologies. The thesis aims to consider the impact of such a system on freedom of speech in the country.
Topic 22: Can the Issue of Poverty Be Resolved with An Application of a World-Wide Welfare and Social Justice Systems? A Case Study of Canada
Research Aim: One of the biggest challenges faced by the worldwide economic systems is the issue of poverty. This study aims to explore if the provision of basic human rights, which includes minimin wage, basic education and healthcare, can assist in resolving the issue of poverty across the World. The case study of Canada is used to complete the study and present the findings.
Topic 23: The Role of Renewable Forms of Energy Production in Influencing International Politics
Research Aim: The primary aim of this study is to examine the impact of going sustainable through the mass production of renewable forms of energy, such as Agrofuels, Wind, Solar and other intelligent energy systems, on International Politics. The world is keen to go sustainable, and various countries strive to take the lead in this respect as there are a massive investment and economic opportunities in the next few decades.
Topic 24: The Interrelationship Between Psychology and Politics: A Critical Review of Human Instincts in Politics
Research Aim: This study aims to explore the two fundamental ideas of human rationality that will be discussed in this political science dissertation topic: proceedings, limited cognitive psychological rationality, and substantial global economic rationality.
Topic 25: The Role of Mindset of World Leaders in Influencing International Politics
Research Aim: The study aims to explore the role of the mindset of world leaders in generating influence on International Politics. The study aims to explore key influential personalities, including Donald John Trump, Justin Trudeau, Vladimir Putin, Narendra Modi and Imran Khan, and how they managed to influence society at large.