Monthly Archives: May 2016

May 24 2016

Research Student Destinations: Heidi Ning Kang Wang-Kaeding, 2016, Assistant Professor in Asian Politics

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Heidi Ning Kang Wang-Kaeding Assistant Professor in Asian Politics, Department of Political Science, Trinity College Dublin from September, 2016. Thesis Title: Strategic concepts and interest grouping in China’s Environmental Foreign Relations (2016) Supervisor: Christopher Hughes “My research examines group politics … Continue reading

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May 24 2016

Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge event 2016

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The LSE sent a team of four students and a coach to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy to compete in the Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge hosted at the centre in conjunction with the Atlantic Council.  The competition involved students … Continue reading

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May 10 2016

Do Britons and other Europeans disagree on policy issues? The answer might surprise you.

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This article originally appeared in the LSE BrexitVote blog – read the original here. Eurosceptics in the UK and elsewhere often argue that the EU subverts democracy by forcing countries with different values and economic systems to follow the same rules. The … Continue reading

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May 10 2016

Dr Katerina Dalacoura workshops on Contemporary Turkish Discourses on Culture in IR

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In the context of her British Academy project on ‘Alternative Universalisms? Contemporary Turkish Discourses on Culture in International Relations’, Dr Katerina Dalacoura co-organised two workshops, one in Ankara, Turkey, and the other in Washington DC. Both were funded by the … Continue reading

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