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Bloke in a DressChristmas season is panto season. Panto is like a mash up of a cheesy children’s TV programme and a sexiless cabaret show. Its primary audience is, obviously, children and parents – appealing to students isn’t really taken into consideration. However, I actually rather enjoyed Jack and the Beanstalk at the Nottingham Playhouse! I went on ...
Vice-Chancellor pays tribute to Nelson MandelaThe Vice-Chancellor of The University of Nottingham, Professor David Greenaway, has added his tribute to the global accolades for the extraordinary life and work of Nelson Mandela. Mr Mandela was awarded an honorary degree by The University of Nottingham in 1996 in recognition of his leadership in fighting apartheid. Nottingham joined seven other universities – Oxford, Cambridge, London, ...
Reviewing Writing on Clausewitz: War, Clausewitz and the Trinity by Thomas WaldmanPosted in Conflict & Security,Uncategorized Carl von Clausewitz’s On War requires a patient reader. It is disjoined, unfinished, conceptually outdated and even contradictory at times. But it remains the single most important book in the study of war and this is not only because of its penetrating and sobering insights on the nature ...