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USA Today
U.S.and China warships to participate in massive Pacific war gamesUnited States and other maritime powers will have to reckon with, said Alessio
U.S.and China warships to participate in massive Pacific war games
USA Today / Posted 3 hours ago
United States and other maritime powers will have to reckon with, said Alessio Patalano, senior lecturer in war studies at King's College, London, and a specialist in East Asia maritime security issues. “There will be discomfort," Patalano said.... Read more
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iTWire
Ericsson and King’s College London give tactile robotic surgery the finger with 5Gsurgery." Professor Mischa Dohler, Head of the Centre for Telecommunications R
Ericsson and King’s College London give tactile robotic surgery the finger with 5G
iTWire / Posted 3 hours ago
surgery." Professor Mischa Dohler, Head of the Centre for Telecommunications Research in the Department of Informatics at King's College London, said "By 5G enabling enhanced minimally invasive remote surgery, the number of applications escalates... Read more
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The Economic Times
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorcethe country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorce
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
the country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London. "It is very hard to see where the pieces are." Before the vote, Cameron had said Article 50 would be... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorcethe country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorce
Bdnews24.com / Posted yesterday
the country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London. "It is very hard to see where the pieces are." The law provisioning an EU member country's exit from... Read more
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dna
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorcethe country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorce
dna / Posted yesterday
the country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London. "It is very hard to see where the pieces are." The law provisioning an EU member country's exit from... Read more
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The Star
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorcethe country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorce
The Star / Posted yesterday
the country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London. ARTICLE 50 The law provisioning an EU member country's exit from the union is Article 50 of the... Read more
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Aljazeera
Can the political deadlock be broken in Spain?Valero - Political Analyst at the public affairs company Llorente y Cuenca Ram
Can the political deadlock be broken in Spain?
Aljazeera / Posted yesterday
Valero - Political Analyst at the public affairs company Llorente y Cuenca Ramon Pacheco Pardo - Senior Lecturer in international relations at King's College London Pau Mari-Klose - Assistant Professor of sociology at the University of... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Disunited UK ponders EU divorcethe country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of
Disunited UK ponders EU divorce
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
the country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London. "It is very hard to see where the pieces are." ARTICLE 50 The law provisioning an EU member... Read more
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Reuters
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorcethe country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of
To Brexit or Regrexit? A dis-United Kingdom ponders turmoil of EU divorce
Reuters / Posted yesterday
the country and what the country is made up of," said Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs at King's College London. "It is very hard to see where the pieces are." ARTICLE 50 The law provisioning an EU member... Read more
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Daily Mail
The 'cheesy' vitamin that boosts boneson osteoporosis patients The condition weakens bones and increases the risk of
The 'cheesy' vitamin that boosts bones
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
on osteoporosis patients The condition weakens bones and increases the risk of fractures Study of 150 women being led by King's College London scientists Vitamin will be taken for 18 months to see if it activates a bone protein Capsules... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
11 crucial career lessons we can learn from the award-winning musical 'Hamilton'knowledge. As a young clerk in the Caribbean, he worked hard and "read every t
11 crucial career lessons we can learn from the award-winning musical 'Hamilton'
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
knowledge. As a young clerk in the Caribbean, he worked hard and "read every treatise on the shelf" before getting sent to King's College — now Columbia University. As a young undergraduate, he focuses on his studies, but also educates himself on... Read more
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Connecticut Post
11 crucial career lessons we can learn from the award-winning musical 'Hamilton'knowledge. As a young clerk in the Caribbean, he worked hard and "read every t
11 crucial career lessons we can learn from the award-winning musical 'Hamilton'
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 days ago
knowledge. As a young clerk in the Caribbean, he worked hard and "read every treatise on the shelf" before getting sent to King's College — now Columbia University. As a young undergraduate, he focuses on his studies, but also educates himself on... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
11 crucial career lessons we can learn from the award-winning musical 'Hamilton'knowledge. As a young clerk in the Caribbean, he worked hard and "read every t
11 crucial career lessons we can learn from the award-winning musical 'Hamilton'
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
knowledge. As a young clerk in the Caribbean, he worked hard and "read every treatise on the shelf" before getting sent to King's College — now Columbia University. As a young undergraduate, he focuses on his studies, but also educates himself on... Read more
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New Kerala
Pakistan's moderate Muslims must question constitutional amendments that encourage extremism, intolerance - newkerala.com #81543both extremism and intolerance across the country. In an article for The Diplom
Pakistan's moderate Muslims must question constitutional amendments that encourage extremism, intolerance - newkerala.com #81543
New Kerala / Posted 3 days ago
both extremism and intolerance across the country. In an article for The Diplomat, Zoha Waseem, a doctoral candidate at King's College London, has strongly questioned Pakistan's decision to declare the minority Ahmaddiya community as... Read more
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Canberra Times
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pensovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Bro
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pen
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
sovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at King's College London. It gains from the existing economic order and sees multilateral economic institutions as useful - in... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Brexit vote: What happens now?don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
Brexit vote: What happens now?
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. The government might be forced to seek new elections, but that would require changing a recently... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pensovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Bro
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pen
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 days ago
sovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at King's College London. It gains from the existing economic order and sees multilateral economic institutions as useful - in... Read more
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The Age
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pensovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Bro
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pen
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
sovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at King's College London. It gains from the existing economic order and sees multilateral economic institutions as useful - in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pensovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Bro
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pen
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
sovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at King's College London. It gains from the existing economic order and sees multilateral economic institutions as useful - in... Read more
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WA Today
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pensovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Bro
The anger that connects Brexit, Trump, Le Pen
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
sovereignty and chafe at US dominance, but it is also pragmatic, says Kerry Brown, director of the Lau China Institute at King's College London. It gains from the existing economic order and sees multilateral economic institutions as useful - in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Would you live in a city made of synthetic bone?natural materials are vastly underused and we don't give them nearly enough cre
Would you live in a city made of synthetic bone?
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
natural materials are vastly underused and we don't give them nearly enough credit. Nearly every historic building, from King's College Chapel to Westminster Hall, has made extensive use of timber." The tallest timber building in the world at... Read more
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International Business Times
'A devastating legacy': Reactions to Brexit from the UK science community of Psychiatrists & Chair of Psychological Medicine and Vice Dean, Institute of
'A devastating legacy': Reactions to Brexit from the UK science community
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
of Psychiatrists & Chair of Psychological Medicine and Vice Dean, Institute of Psychiatry Psychology & Neuroscience, King's College London There is no way I can pretend to be anything other than dispirited and disappointed. While I don't... Read more
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WA Today
Brexit vote: What happens now?don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
Brexit vote: What happens now?
WA Today / Posted 4 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. The government might be forced to seek new elections, but that would require changing a recently... Read more
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The Age
Brexit vote: What happens now?don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
Brexit vote: What happens now?
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. The government might be forced to seek new elections, but that would require changing a recently... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brexit vote: What happens now?vote "We don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor
Brexit vote: What happens now?
Canberra Times / Posted 4 days ago
vote "We don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. The government might be forced to seek new elections, but that would require changing a recently... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit vote: What happens now?don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
Brexit vote: What happens now?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. The government might be forced to seek new elections, but that would require changing a recently... Read more
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Business Standard India
If Britain favours 'Brexit,' changes will come slowlydon't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
If Britain favours 'Brexit,' changes will come slowly
Business Standard India / Posted 4 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. "The uncertainty extends to who's going to be leading this show." Some Brexit supporters suggest that... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would workdon't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would work
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. "The uncertainty extends to who's going to be leading this show." A brief primer on Britain's... Read more
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The Age
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would workdon't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would work
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. "The uncertainty extends to who's going to be leading this show." Some Brexit supporters suggest that... Read more
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The Economic Times
After Rajan, Modinomics seen focused more on electionscan say "you've been in power since 2014 and there are no jobs," said Harsh Pan
After Rajan, Modinomics seen focused more on elections
The Economic Times / Posted 5 days ago
can say "you've been in power since 2014 and there are no jobs," said Harsh Pant, a professor of international relations at King's College London. "The last two years there's been a mix of reforms and populism from the Modi government. You will see... Read more
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Spot.ph
Ever wonder what happened with the plan to make La Trinidad anthe Benguet chapter of the Boy Scout of the Philippines, NSTP students from Bag
Ever wonder what happened with the plan to make La Trinidad an
Spot.ph / Posted 5 days ago
the Benguet chapter of the Boy Scout of the Philippines, NSTP students from Baguio State University, NSTP students from King's College of the Philippines, Baguio-Benguet Photographers, Hikers,and Artists Club, Botiwtiw Women's Brigade and... Read more
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The Age
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would workdon't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would work
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. "The uncertainty extends to who's going to be leading this show." Some Brexit supporters suggest that... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would workdon't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would work
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 5 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. "The uncertainty extends to who's going to be leading this show." Some Brexit supporters suggest that... Read more
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Canberra Times
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would workdon't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of Europea
Brexit: How the Britain-EU divorce would work
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
don't know who's going to be in charge," said Anand Menon, professor of European politics and foreign affairs at King's College London. "The uncertainty extends to who's going to be leading this show." Some Brexit supporters suggest that... Read more
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Spot.ph
Ever wonder what happened with the plan to make La Trinidad anthe Benguet chapter of the Boy Scout of the Philippines, NSTP students from Bag
Ever wonder what happened with the plan to make La Trinidad an
Spot.ph / Posted 6 days ago
the Benguet chapter of the Boy Scout of the Philippines, NSTP students from Baguio State University, NSTP students from King's College of the Philippines, Baguio-Benguet Photographers, Hikers,and Artists Club, Botiwtiw Women's Brigade and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
University of Aberdeen guidenightclubs within walking distance from the university's campuses.Facilities T
University of Aberdeen guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
nightclubs within walking distance from the university's campuses.Facilities There are two campuses at the university: King's College campus in Old Aberdeen and Foresterhill Medical campus. Campus accommodation ranges from catered standard and... Read more
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BBC News
Bemba conviction a step forward for ICC and Africacosting a lot of money without much action and justice has been a long time com
Bemba conviction a step forward for ICC and Africa
BBC News / Posted 6 days ago
costing a lot of money without much action and justice has been a long time coming," agrees Rachel Kerr of King's College London's War Crimes Research Group. The ICC is still an evolving institution. Bemba's conviction will be seen... Read more
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BBC News
Diesels more polluting below 18C, research suggestsThere is a suggestion that children going to school near busy roads may develop
Diesels more polluting below 18C, research suggests
BBC News / Posted 6 days ago
There is a suggestion that children going to school near busy roads may develop smaller lungs. Professor Frank Kelly at King's College London has been calling for tighter rules for years, especially with diesel vehicles. "On average we think... Read more
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Daily Mirror
When we eat can play an important role in tackling diabetes and obesityacross the day, with breakfast providing the lowest proportion of energy and di
When we eat can play an important role in tackling diabetes and obesity
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
across the day, with breakfast providing the lowest proportion of energy and dinner the greatest. Dr Gerda Pot, of King's College London, said: "There seems to be some truth in the saying 'Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Innovative website reveals NHS children's heart surgery statistics to decision makers and parentsUniversity of Cambridge, in collaboration with the charity Sense about Science
Innovative website reveals NHS children's heart surgery statistics to decision makers and parents
News-Medical-Net / Posted 7 days ago
University of Cambridge, in collaboration with the charity Sense about Science and experimental psychologist Tim Rakow from King's College London. It explains a risk adjustment method known as PRAiS (Partial Risk Adjustment in Surgery). "This... Read more
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CNBC
India eases foreign investment rules to lure Apple, Ikeaeconomic reforms and they will happen with or without Rajan," said Harsh V. Pan
India eases foreign investment rules to lure Apple, Ikea
CNBC / Posted 7 days ago
economic reforms and they will happen with or without Rajan," said Harsh V. Pant, a professor of international relations at King's College in London. "The government is trying to recapture its mojo on the economic front." Mr. Rajan, a popular... Read more
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Christian Today
Britain has a duty to help refugees says Christian human rights lawyergiven us the most hideous diet, a horrible toxic brew." Dame Helena was speaki
Britain has a duty to help refugees says Christian human rights lawyer
Christian Today / Posted 8 days ago
given us the most hideous diet, a horrible toxic brew." Dame Helena was speaking on World Refugee Day at a conference at King's College, London, called Welcome to Britain? Refugees then and now. It was organised in memory of the wartime "MP for... Read more
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OregonLive.com
How to make 'thoughts and prayers' meaningful againpowerful and, importantly, that they can prompt the powerful to act, or to chan
How to make 'thoughts and prayers' meaningful again
OregonLive.com / Posted 10 days ago
powerful and, importantly, that they can prompt the powerful to act, or to change minds," Alissa Wilkinson, a professor at King's College and the critic-at-large at Christianity Today, wrote in an email to me when I asked about the backlash against... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Incoming Oklahoma bishop has a lot to build onfirm and can hold weight. They are truths you can build on." Terry Mattingly (
Incoming Oklahoma bishop has a lot to build on
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
firm and can hold weight. They are truths you can build on." Terry Mattingly (tmatt.net) leads getreligion.org and is senior fellow for Media and Religion at The King's College in New York City. He lives in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Religion on 06/1... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
'My word - it is a mighty beast!' - Henry Brettreview: The White Lady, Auckland CBD The senior organ scholar at Holy Trinity
'My word - it is a mighty beast!' - Henry Brett
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
review: The White Lady, Auckland CBD The senior organ scholar at Holy Trinity Cathedral in Parnell and college organist at King's College in Otahuhu, he says the biggest challenge about studying how to play was learning to put hands and feet... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Brexit vote could bring Cameron's government crashing downhas turned out worse for Cameron than he ever conceived it could have," said Ro
Brexit vote could bring Cameron's government crashing down
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 11 days ago
has turned out worse for Cameron than he ever conceived it could have," said Roger Mortimore, a politics professor at King's College London who directs political analysis at the polling firm Ipsos Mori. "I don't think anyone really saw this... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Brexit vote could bring Cameron's government crashing downhas turned out worse for Cameron than he ever conceived it could have," said Ro
Brexit vote could bring Cameron's government crashing down
Chicago Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
has turned out worse for Cameron than he ever conceived it could have," said Roger Mortimore, a politics professor at King's College London who directs political analysis at the polling firm Ipsos Mori. "I don't think anyone really saw this... Read more
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International Business Times
Pearson to target online learning to reduce dependence on textbook sales 40 universities, most of them are in the US. With regards to the UK, Pearson ha
Pearson to target online learning to reduce dependence on textbook sales
International Business Times / Posted 11 days ago
40 universities, most of them are in the US. With regards to the UK, Pearson has established its first partnership with King's College London, a public research university located in the UK capital. Pearson has established its first university... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Brexit vote could bring Prime Minister David Cameron's government crashing downhas turned out worse for Cameron than he ever conceived it could have," said Ro
Brexit vote could bring Prime Minister David Cameron's government crashing down
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
has turned out worse for Cameron than he ever conceived it could have," said Roger Mortimore, a politics professor at King's College London who directs political analysis at the polling firm Ipsos Mori. "I don't think anyone really saw this... Read more
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WA Today
Brexit vote could bring Prime Minister David Cameron's government crashing downhas turned out worse for Cameron than he ever conceived it could have," said Ro
Brexit vote could bring Prime Minister David Cameron's government crashing down
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
has turned out worse for Cameron than he ever conceived it could have," said Roger Mortimore, a politics professor at King's College London who directs political analysis at the polling firm Ipsos Mori. "I don't think anyone really saw this... Read more
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