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Friday 16th June 2017

'Citizen Clem' wins the 2017 Orwell Prize

'Citizen Clem' wins the 2017 Orwell Prize
Description
John Bew, Professor of History and Foreign Policy in the Department of War Studies (School of Security Studies) has won the prestigious 2017 Orwell Prize for 'Citizen Clem', his biography of post-war Labour party leader and social reformer Clement Atlee.
Date:
16 June 2017
Friday 26th May 2017

War Studies Shines at Teaching Excellence Awards

War Studies Shines at Teaching Excellence Awards
Description
This year colleagues within the department were nominated in all categories which include 'Innovation in Teaching', 'Student Support' and 'Rising Star'. War Studies received a staggering 700 nominations, the largest to date, winning awards in 4 out of the 7 categories.
Date:
26 May 2017
Tuesday 2nd May 2017

New collaborations advance Sir Michael Howard Centre

New collaborations advance Sir Michael Howard Centre
Description
Leading scholars from the School of Security Studies join forces to bring together the largest community of historians of war in the world.
Date:
02 May 2017
Thursday 27th April 2017

New Partnership with Cambridge Security Initiative

New Partnership with Cambridge Security Initiative
Description
The Department of War Studies has forged a new partnership with The Cambridge Security Initiative (CSi), which sponsors ISI, a summer programme providing access to pedagogical expertise, attracting outstanding academic and practitioner talent with an established track record of success and international reputation.
Date:
27 April 2017
Monday 3rd April 2017

Cyber expert, Thomas Rid invited to US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

Cyber expert, Thomas Rid invited to US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Description
Thomas Rid spoke as a witness at an open hearing titled: Disinformation: A Primer in Russian Active Measures & Influence Campaigns on Thursday the 30 March in Washington D.C with Kevin Mandia, Chief Executive Officer of FireEye and General (Ret.) Keith Alexander, Chief Executive Officer and President of IronNet Cybersecurity.
Date:
03 April 2017
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