The OxPol blog team are taking a break over summer. Watch this space for new topical political content, research and analysis from OxPol in the autumn.
Please note, during this period we are not accepting submissions, nor are we able to monitor the OxPol inbox. If you are interested in submitting a piece, please check our website again in October 2020, when we plan to update our submission guidelines and information on how to pitch an article to us.
We are always looking for new and interesting analysis and we would be delighted to discuss your draft posts or ideas.
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We also accept submissions from Oxford academics and postgraduates, as well as external submissions from global experts working in policy and NGOs, academics and PhD researchers.
OxPol will no longer accept posts from external undergraduate or Masters students