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Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais

Photo Exhibition: Humans of Calais
Date
11th November 2016 (17:00) - 1st March 2017 (17:00)
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K. 6.07)
Description
This photo exhibition of daily life in the refugee camp in Calais is the result of the research project 'Humans of Calais' by four King's MA Students based in the Department of War Studies.

CSSS Seminar - Displaying Secreted Pasts: Representing South Africa's Chemical and Biological Weapons Programme

CSSS Seminar - Displaying Secreted Pasts: Representing South Africa's Chemical and Biological Weapons Programme
Date
23rd February 2017 (12:30-14:00)
Location
Pyramid Room (K4U.04 - 4th Floor) Strand Campus
Description
Professor Brian Rappert, Professor of Science, Technology and Public Affairs at the University of Exeter, will discuss the South African Apartheid era secret chemical and biological warfare programme.

Fracturing IR: An agenda for International Political Sociology

Fracturing IR: An agenda for International Political Sociology
Date
23rd February 2017 (17:00-18:30)
Location
Pyramid Room ( K4U.04) 4th floor Strand Campus
Description
The talk draws on the 10th Anniversary issue of the journal International Political Sociology that we edited: "Ten years of IPS: fracturing IR", International Political Sociology. Vol. 10, no. 4, 2016.

The Manila Galleon, 1565 – 1815

The Manila Galleon, 1565 – 1815
Date
23rd February 2017 (17:15-19:30)
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K6.07)
Description
The foundation of Manila in 1571 was a defining episode in world economic and trans-cultural history.This was the first leg of an intercontinental trade which united Asia, the Americas and Europe but how did the Pacific galleon trade managed to survive for its two hundred and fifty year history?

Donald Trump: The Making of a World View

Donald Trump: The Making of a World View
Date
23rd February 2017 (17:30-19:00)
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K.6.29) Strand Campus
Description
Charlie Laderman, Lecturer in the Department of War Studies will be speaking about his recent book examining Trump's foreign policy, from what he has said on the campaign trail to his actions since taking office.

CSSS Seminar - Syria and chemical weapons

CSSS Seminar - Syria and chemical weapons
Date
28th February 2017 (12:30-14:00)
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K6.07)
Description
Dr Michelle Bentley, a Researcher and Senior Lecturer at the Royal Holloway University of London, discusses her research in Syria and chemical weapons.

Saki Ruth Dockrill Memorial Lecture - Propaganda and the crisis of the global order

Saki Ruth Dockrill Memorial Lecture - Propaganda and the crisis of the global order
Date
28th February 2017 (18:00-19:30)
Location
The Great Hall Strand Campus
Description
Professor Nick O'Shaughnessy, Visiting Professor in the Department of War Studies and newly established King's Centre for Strategic Communications will be giving the annual Saki Dockrill Lecture.

A Tale of Two Navies: Geopolitics, technology and strategy in the United States Navy and the Royal Navy, 1960 - 2015

A Tale of Two Navies: Geopolitics, technology and strategy in the United States Navy and the Royal Navy, 1960 - 2015
Date
1st March 2017 (17:30-19:30)
Location
Chapters King's Building Strand Campus
Description
In A Tale of Two Navies: Geopoltics, technology and strategy in the United States Navy and the Royal Navy, 1960 - 2015, Anthony Wells presents a history and analysis of the unique and enduring relationship between the United States Navy and the Royal Navy.

"Unravelling the Kashmir Knot" - An unconventional take on the Kashmir issue

"Unravelling the Kashmir Knot" - An unconventional take on the Kashmir issue
Date
1st March 2017 (18:00-19:30)
Location
War Studies Meeting Room (K6.07)
Description
This book focuses on the 'Kashmir Knot' and relies primarily on British archives to show that the issue was the end product of Britain's ruthless policies to satisfy its geo-political, defence and strategic interests in the Indian subcontinent.

CSD Conference 2017

CSD Conference 2017
Date
3rd March 2017 (08:15-18:30)
Location
The Great Hall Strand Campus
Description
Learn from industry and academic leaders about the role technology is playing in global human migration. In 2015, the European Union registered an unprecedented 1.3 million asylum applications. The United Nations High Commission for Refugees described it as the largest movement of people since World War II. In an era of modern communications, technological innovation and accessibility, the world is responding in new ways.
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