Angus McGregor, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, considers a multi-tooled approach to defuse the explosive nature of the current political environment in the United States.
Dr Joel Campbell of Troy University, Pacific Region, reflects on how the socio-political ideas of Star Trek and Battlestar Galactica have gained greater depth and understanding of the world over the years.
Japan’s election on July 10, 2016 for the House of Councillors saw yet another decisive election victory for the conservative Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, making him one of the most successful leaders in the democratic world.
In his Conference Chair Address at The European Conference on Education 2016, held in Brighton, UK June 29 to July 3, 2016, Professor Brian Hudson reflects on the conference theme of “Education and Social Justice: Democratising Education”.
Half a century after its inception, Professor Joel Campbell looks back at Star Trek and explains why the cherished television franchise is a perfect tool for illustrating concepts of international relations in the classroom.
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