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University blogs

Visit our blogs website - catch up with the latest University news and events, hear about current research, and discover exciting opportunities. 

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Recent blog posts

The Power of People-to-People Diplomacy in Japan-China Relations
Written by Zhiqun Zhu. International relations are traditionally conducted by national leaders, government officials and diplomats. Yet the power of citizen exchanges, or “people-to-people diplomacy”, is often underestimated. “People-to-people diplomacy”, as part of “public diplomacy”, complements traditional and formal diplomacy. It has significant impact on relations between nations since bilateral relations are not sustainable without ...

THAT dress!
White and gold, blue and black? Who is seeing the actual colours of that dress? It’s been a huge talking point on social media since its release and now we’re taking up the colour conundrums in person. “It’s blue, how can you think it’s white?” a colleague asked whilst holding up various coloured items to ...

Stand out from the crowd: Get involved in the Advantage Award!
The results are in! With spring term well under way, we look back on what our Class of 2014 graduates think about their Advantage Award. Every student has a mixture of reasons why they get involved in the Award. Here are some snippets from this year’s alumni survey for their reasons for taking part. Do ...