October News RoundUp

We celebrated Black History Month, welcomed an International Guest and prepared to debate International security, conflicts of the future, and possible conflict solving mechanisms in a hybrid conference across our Kent and Brussels campuses. Read all about it here.

We celebrated Black History Month!

  • To celebrate Black History Month, Liberal Arts student Glory Oluwaseun has been awarded the Medway African Caribbean Association Young Black Achievers Award. Read more about the project.

New in!

  • new article has been published by GEC Senior Research Fellow Professor Thomas Kruessmann in Eurasian Geography and Economics. The article takes a critical look at shared governance between China and Russia on corruption in the case of the Arktik LNG-2 project. Get a free copy.
  • A special issue of the online journal Frontiers in Political Science focusing on political trust has just been published. Co-edited by Senior Lecturer in British and Comparative Politics, Dr Ben Seyd, the issue contains eight peer-reviewed articles. Read more.

Global reach

We received a visit…

  • Refugee puppet girl Little Amal, a performance art piece to highlight forced migration, visited our Canterbury campus after walking 8000km from Syria across Europe to the Kent coast. Read more about her visit.

What we’re looking forward to…

  • Battlefields of the Future: a student-led hybrid conference on current debates around international security, conflicts of the future, and possible conflict solving mechanisms on November 6th. Find out how to register here. 

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