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University blogs

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Recent blog posts

China’s new economic diplomacy
Written by James Laurenceson. For a long time China’s economic diplomacy wasn’t particularly inspiring or pretty to look at. There were investment forays into some resource-rich countries in Africa and aid packages dished out to small pacific island countries. But there was little to suggest that China was drawing on its rising economic clout to ...

4 top backpacking destinations to beat the exam blues!
This you right now? Sick of it? Want to get away? Here’s where you could be once it’s over…   1. Budapest Budapest is defined by its river. The Danube cuts it in half, one side is old, one side is newer, and both sides are pretty. Pest, the newer side, is known for its ...

Can judicial reforms reduce the incidence of torture in China?
Written by Jackie Sheehan. Former CIA agent Bob Baer famously identified the different purposes of America’s “extraordinary rendition” programme of torture out-sourcing, explaining that “If you want a serious interrogation, you send a prisoner to Jordan. If you want them to be tortured, you send them to Syria. If you want someone to disappear – never to ...