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Indian Elections Weekly Briefing - 25 April 2019

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Welcome to your third weekly briefing covering the elections in India. We provide you with a brief summary of events, expert analysis, and what to expect in the coming weeks.
Date:
01 May 2019

Indian Elections Weekly Briefing - 18 April 2019

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Welcome to your second weekly briefing covering the elections in India. We aim to provide you in the below a brief summary of events, what our experts think, and what to expect in the coming weeks.
Date:
18 April 2019

Professor Katharine Adeney and Dr Carole Spary visit Asia House to discuss Indian Election themes

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Professor Katharine Adeney and Dr Carole Spary (University of Nottingham - Asia Research Institute) were invited to Asia House to discuss the upcoming Indian elections.
Date:
15 April 2019

Indian Elections Weekly Briefing - 11 April 2019

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Welcome to your first weekly briefing covering the elections in India. We aim to provide you in the below a brief summary of events, what our experts think, and what to expect in the coming weeks.
Date:
11 April 2019

Indian Elections Roundtable Discussion

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The University of Nottingham's Asia Research Institute Deputy Director, Dr Carole Spary, recently appeared on a panel discussion show on women in Indian politics on NDTV, a major national news channel in India.
Date:
04 April 2019

Dr Andreas Fulda's appearance on Al Jazeera's Head to Head debate: 'What is the human cost to China's economic miracle?'

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We are delighted that our very own Dr Andreas Fulda appeared on Al Jazeera's most recent episode of their series Head to Head.
Date:
26 March 2019

Asia Research Institute Tomlinson Lecture

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Our 2018/19 Tomlinson lecture speaker, Professor Joseph Fewsmith, from Boston University, led the following discussion:The Domestic Roots of Cross-Strait Relations: China and Taiwan in the evolving Asian context.
Date:
14 March 2019

Civil service management in developing countries – Jan-Hinrik Meyer-Sahling

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Jan Meyer-Sahling has recently travelled to Nepal and Bangladesh to present the findings of a project funded by DFID and the British Academy on 'civil service management in developing countries: what works'
Date:
06 March 2019

Food Tour in Malaysia

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University of Nottingham Malaysia led a delegation of the university's academics and students to explore the traditional ways of foraging for food with the Orang Asli tribe.
Date:
03 March 2019

Japan Inward Mission

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The University of Nottingham was one of the four universities selected from the British Council to host 10 visitors from Japanese universities and a representative from the Japan Association of National Universities
Date:
27 February 2019
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