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Space and National Security (Nebraska, U.S.A) Study Tour – Day 3

An 8 am start was a cruel way to start the day. It was the first day since arriving in Lincoln that the min/max temperature was above 0°C, so it was pleasant change from typical antipodean weather we’d been experiencing. We started the day with a talk from two JAG (Judge Advocate General) Majors, who […]

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Space and National Security (Nebraska, U.S.A) Study Tour Day 2

  Today we were up bright and early for an early start at the University of Nebraska. As usual, the first thing many of the students did was flock to the coffee machine in order to wake up. Thankfully, the thermals could be left at the hotel today as we seemed to experience a heatwave […]

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Roundtable: Framing the Futures of the South China Sea

The South China Sea has been attracting the world’s attention for its maritime disputes. However, beyond the disputes the South China Sea is one the world’s most biodiversity rich area and an important fishing ground for people in the region. This Seminar will feature a Keynote Speech by Prof. Dr Julia Guifang Xue, Koguan Chair […]

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