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Lockdown 3: stricter rules could lead to more vulnerable people going missing

21 January 2021 6 min read

A third lockdown could result in more vulnerable people going missing and being exposed to dangerous situations

Missing person poster

Spotting liars is hard but our new method is effective and ethical Cody Porter writes about a new approach to spot liars based on interviewing technique and psychological manipulation.

08 December 2020 6 min read

Cody Porter writes about a new approach to spot liars based on interviewing technique and psychological manipulation.

Police interview

The Royal Navy’s Role in Operation Chromite: ‘An Audacious Amphibious Operation, Executed Most Brilliantly’ Dr Steven Paget of Portsmouth Business School reflects on the UK’s contribution to the Korean War

30 November 2020 Dr Steven Paget 9 min read

Dr Steven Paget of Portsmouth Business School reflects on the UK’s contribution to the Korean War and their role in Operation Chromite.

Inchon Invasion, September 1950

Deciding Life or Death Professor Peter Lee discusses decision making when lives are on the line

03 July 2020 Professor Peter Lee 6 min read

Professor Peter Lee discusses decision making when lives are on the line

Professor Peter Lee deciding life or death

Why Japanese yen is still one of the safest places to park your money in a market crash The Japanese yen has been a favourite in recent times, having the added attraction of being more liquid, meaning it is more readily available to trade, explains Dr Alexis Stenfors for The Conversation

16 March 2020 10 min read

Alexis Stenfors, lecturer in Economics and Finance, at the University of Portsmouth, writes for The Conversation about whether the Japanese yen is the safe haven for storing money during market crashes

Japanese yen

How much will Harry and Meghan's security cost when the government stops paying? A recent Angus Reid poll found that almost 73 per cent of Canadians do not support the idea of taxpayers covering the security costs for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, explains Sean Spence for The Conversation

02 March 2020 6 min read

Sean Spence, doctoral student in Security Risk Management, at the University of Portsmouth, writes for The Conversation about the choice of Canadian Government not to fund Prince Harry and Megan Markle's security while they live in Canada

Guard outside building

Vigilantes and private security are policing the internet where governments have failed The new tightening of government regulation on private security warrants further research to determine if the controls are adequate, explains Professor Mark Button for The Conversation

19 February 2020 5 min read

Mark Button Professor of Security and Fraud at the University of Portsmouth, writes for The Conversation about the Government's decision to introduce regulations to better control the activities of private security which warrant further research and investigation to determine if the controls are adequate.

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