Sara Legrandjacques, PhD candidate at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, explains how student mobility in Vietnam is not a new phenomenon. Large-scale higher education, and the “mobile origins” of tertiary studies is at least a century old in the country.
Edward Kolla, associate professor of history at Georgetown University in Qatar, explains how the true history of national self-determination, as well as the controversy it can engender, stretches back to the French Revolution.
Michael Liam Kedzlie assesses Australia’s surprise selection of DCNS, France over Mitsubishi, Japan, to build its next generation of submarines, replacing the current 1996 Collins class.
Jared Baxter looks at Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night, advancing that the painting was inspired by Dante’s vision of the Empyrean Heaven.
Just over a year on from the attack on the Charlie Hebdo offices, Dr. Joseph Haldane, President & CEO of IAFOR, looks back at the satirical newspaper’s fight for freedom of expression.