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Little prospect of regime change in Russia short of a popular uprising – and that's unlikely

Posted on 18 August 2017 Matthew Wyman writes for The Conversation (UK).
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The real Quacks: medical misadventures in the Victorian era

Posted on 16 August 2017 Professor Alannah Tomkins writes for The Conversation (UK).
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Keele student to make a splash for Team GB

Posted on 15 August 2017 A student from Keele University has been chosen to represent Team GB at the World University Games taking place in Chinese Taipei this summer.
Samira Ahmed  

Award-winning journalist visits Keele to discuss Bennett and Brexit

Posted on 15 August 2017 Keele University will welcome journalist and broadcaster Samira Ahmed onto its campus in September to explore how local novelist Arnold Bennett speaks to modern Britain.
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Beware the border patrol: the nasty history of airport discrimination

Posted on 14 August 2017 Rachel Bright, Lecturer in Modern History writes for The Conversation (UK)
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The German Great Escape: the science of how 83 military officers tunnelled out of Welsh prison in 1945

Posted on 09 August 2017 Jamie Pringle, Senior Lecturer in Engineering & Environmental Geosciences writes for The Conversation (UK).
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Venezuela crisis is the hidden consequence of Saudi Arabia’s oil price war

Posted on 08 August 2017 Bulent Gökay, Professor of International Relations, writes for The Conversation UK
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Retail banks are on a charm offensive – but mis-selling continues

Posted on 08 August 2017 Matthew J Brannan, Lecturer in Management, writes for The Conversation UK
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How does a country become a country? An expert explains

Posted on 03 August 2017 Rebecca Richards, Lecturer in International Relations writes for The Conversation
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Study confirms obese people have better survival rates following heart procedure

Posted on 02 August 2017 Research has confirmed that overweight people undergoing coronary heart procedure are more likely to survive and have fewer complications compared to patients with a healthy weight.
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Keele becomes one of the first universities awarded a meningitis awareness mark

Posted on 01 August 2017 Keele University has signed up to the UK’s first Meningitis Aware Recognition Mark (MARM) for Universities, developed by charity Meningitis Now.
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High Sheriff of Staffordshire visits Keele, his ancestral family home

Posted on 27 July 2017 Humphrey David Sneyd Scott-Moncrieff DL, the current High Sheriff of Staffordshire, recently paid a visit to Keele University and enjoyed a tour of his ancestral family home, Keele Hall.