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The Middle East conflict: Who invented hummus?

Metro International (USA) 30th June 2010

The debate over who invented hummus has intensified over the past couple of years, as sales of hummus have boomed around the world. Dr Ahron Bregman of the Department of War Studies comments on the underlying politics of the argument.

How to give our schoolchildren a sense of history

The Independent 30th June 2010

Dr Alice Rio of the Department of History comments on alternative and more engaging ways of teaching children history.

On prisons, Ken Clarke shows real reforming spirit

Comment is Free 30th June 2010

Rob Allen, Director of the International Centre for Prison Studies, writes that to the delight of prison reformers, justice secretary Kenneth Clarke has shown which way he wants to turn on prison policy.

Is it time for Hitler and Henry to make way for Cromwell?

The Independent 30th June 2010

Secondary school pupils are being taught too much Hitler and not enough about subjects such as the English Civil War, a conference of history teachers has been told. The article includes a quote from Dr Alice Rio, Lecturer in Medieval European History.

Justice Secretary reform speech

Sky News 30th June 2010

The station had live coverage of the Justice Secretary's speech. The speech was delivered at the Strand Campus. Richard Garside, Director of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies was interviewed too. *Also on the BBC News Channel and LBC.

King's press release related to 'Justice Secretary reform speech'

Prison is a GBP2.2 billion failure, says Ken Clarke

The Times (p1) 30th June 2010

The article previews Ken Clarke's first major speech as Justice Secretatry ahead of his speech at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies at King's Strand Campus. *Also in the Daily Telegraph.

King's press release related to 'Prison is a GBP2.2 billion failure, says Ken Clarke'

Who'd have thought Russia had the money?

The Times (p20) 30th June 2010

Sir David Omand, visiting Professor in the Department of War Studies, writes about the discovery of a Russian spy ring in the US.

Why the army can fight in J&K but not Chhattisgarh

Rediff (India) 30th June 2010

The battle against the infiltrators in Kashmir and the battle against the Maoists need strong but different responses, argues the article, which quotes research by Robert Bradnock, a Visiting Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Geography. His research concludes that only two percent people in Jammu and Kashmir favour a merger with Pakistan.

Finance sector drives graduate jobs recovery survey

BBC News Online 29th June 2010

Graduate job opportunities have bounced back in the financial sector - but there are tough times in the public sector, according to an annual survey.


May waters down immigration pledge but looks to curb overseas student numbers

The Guardian (p4) 29th June 2010

New moves to curb overseas student numbers threaten to trigger a fresh dispute within the coalition cabinet over immigration.

China and India competing over Sri Lanka

The Japan Times 29th June 2010

Article by Dr Harsh Pant from the Department of Defence Studies on the efforts of the two countries to each gain the upper hand with regards to Sri Lanka.

Number of police officers will be cut

BBC 1 '6 and 10 o'clock' news 29th June 2010

Professor Ben Bowling, School of Law, commented on the story. He said that crime is prevented by communities working together with the police and with one another, so the answer to reducing crime could as easily be found in housing, education and community cohesion.

May waters down immigration pledge but looks to curb overseas student numbers

The Guardian (p4) 29th June 2010

New moves to curb overseas student numbers threaten to trigger a fresh dispute within the coalition cabinet over immigration.

The meaning of saving life

The Guardian (p11) 29th June 2010

The article explores the doctor's dilemma regarding intervention; the Mental Health Act and Mental Capacity Act. Researchers of the Institute of Psychiatry approached philosophers, such as Essex University Professor Wayne Martin, to discuss the issue from a different perspective, in order to reach a conclusion that could be useful in professional decision-making.

Summer Block Busters

BBC Radio Wales 'Good Morning Wales' 29th June 2010

Dr Harvey G. Cohen, Lecturer in Cultural and Creative Industries, discussed summer block busters.

Why China struck N-deal with Pakistan 4 days after Indo-US deal

Hindustan Times 29th June 2010

Editorial by Dr Harsh V Pant of the Department of Defence Studies, analysing the implications of a deal between China and Pakistan for building two new nuclear reactors, just four days after India and the US formally inked an agreement for implementing their 123 agreement.
Also on Yahoo! India, India Gazette, Sify and others.

The Untold Battle of Trafalgar

Channel 4's 'The Untold Battle of Trafalgar' 28th June 2010

This film pays tribute to the diverse nationalities that sailed on 21 October 1805, united not by patriotism, but by a unique opportunity for performance-related pay. The programme includes contributions from Dr Martin Robson, Visiting Lecturer, Corbett Centre for Maritime Policy Studies and Professor Andrew Lambert, Department of War Studies.

'Woof woof' is the new miaow miaow

The Daily Telegraph 28th June 2010

Analysts at the Psychonaut Research Project, at the Institute of Psychiatry, warned that new substance MDAI is the likeliest to replace Mephedrone, recently banned and classified as Class B. The Government is planning to fast-track ban on legal highs, to respond quickly to new substances, until scientific advice is available.

Chinese students suffer as university entrance exams get a grip

The Guardian 28th June 2010

The tough final high school exams for Chinese teenagers are under way, and competition for university places is fierce.

Immigration cap and curb on overseas students threaten to divide cabinet

The Guardian 28th June 2010

New moves to curb overseas student numbers threaten to trigger a fresh dispute within the coalition cabinet over immigration. The number of overseas students rose by one third to 273,610 last year.

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