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Pakistan: A Hard Country: 'Book of the Year'

Posted on 12/12/2011
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Pakistan: A Hard Country. By Anatol Lieven was voted one of the 'Book of the Year' in the Economist.

'Anatol Lieven captures the richness of the place wonderfully. His book has the virtues of both journalism and scholarship—not surprising, since Mr Lieven used to be a reporter for the Times and is now at King’s College, London. He has travelled extensively and talked widely, to generals, shopkeepers, farmers, lawyers and bureaucrats.' Read more

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The Sciences Po - King's Graduate Programme in International Affairs'.

The Sciences Po - King's Graduate Programme in International Affairs'.

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A new MA spanning a wide range of disciplines and bilingual teaching will allow students to customise their training and to benefit from the numerous opportunities, networks and services offered on both sides of the Channel.
Artist in Residence, Baptist Coelho, wins Sovereign Asian Art Prize

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In the lead up to the Traces of War Exhibition, the War Studies Department is delighted to announce another artistic success.
Exploring Witnesses' Testimony through Theatre

Exploring Witnesses' Testimony through Theatre

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Drawing on the research of what it means to testify in an international courtroom, theatre company ice&fire will collaborate with PhD student, Henry Redwood to produce a performance piece.

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