Monday, 02 June, 2014
Philip Boobbyer

Dr Philip Boobbyer, Reader in History at the University of Kent, reflects that in the furore surrounding David Cameron’s recent assertion that Britain is a Christian country, little was made of the fact that he finds peace at Anglican Communion services. ‘I find a little bit of peace and hopefully a bit of guidance’, he announced at a Downing Street reception before Easter.

Monday, 02 June, 2014
Philip Boobbyer

Dr Philip Boobbyer, Reader in History at the University of Kent, reflects that in the furore surrounding David Cameron’s recent assertion that Britain is a Christian country, little was made of the fact that he finds peace at Anglican Communion services. ‘I find a little bit of peace and hopefully a bit of guidance’, he announced at a Downing Street reception before Easter.

Wednesday, 23 April, 2014
Roddy Evans

Most state visits by royalty and presidents seldom make it to the history books. However, in recent years, two state visits can truly be called historic. The first of these is the visit of the Queen of England to Ireland in 2011 and the second is the visit of the President of Ireland to Windsor in 2014. Both of these visits have opened new chapters in history. Dr Roddy Evans describes their historical significance.

Wednesday, 23 April, 2014
Roddy Evans

Most state visits by royalty and presidents seldom make it to the history books. However, in recent years, two state visits can truly be called historic. The first of these is the visit of the Queen of England to Ireland in 2011 and the second is the visit of the President of Ireland to Windsor in 2014. Both of these visits have opened new chapters in history. Dr Roddy Evans describes their historical significance.

Thursday, 17 April, 2014
Mohan Bhagwandas

On a recent visit to Brazil Mohan Bhagwandas found himself impressed by 'the boundless energy' of the Brazilians, 'even when the thermometer gets to 48'. One quiet morning overlooking in Rio de Janeiro, he connected with a different energy ...

Friday, 11 April, 2014

Ken Noble from England recently visited the United States for the first time in 25 years. 'I am conscious that there is a lot of history between the two nations – some good and some not so good. A sense of history is important. It defines to a large extent who we are today. When we forget our place in history, we can easily be unreal about ourselves.'

Friday, 11 April, 2014

Ken Noble from England recently visited the United States for the first time in 25 years. 'I am conscious that there is a lot of history between the two nations – some good and some not so good. A sense of history is important. It defines to a large extent who we are today. When we forget our place in history, we can easily be unreal about ourselves.'

Tuesday, 11 March, 2014
Carl Stauffer

Carl Stauffer, PhD. Academic Director, Caux Scholars Program writes, 'Amidst the flurry of media analysis on the current "State of the Union" in the United States, I find myself reflecting on the state of peace in our world.'

Tuesday, 11 March, 2014
Carl Stauffer

Carl Stauffer, PhD. Academic Director, Caux Scholars Program writes, 'Amidst the flurry of media analysis on the current "State of the Union" in the United States, I find myself reflecting on the state of peace in our world.'

Monday, 27 January, 2014
Maud Glorieux

Maud Glorieux from France, who is living in India with her young family, recently attended the third Making Democracy Real Dialogue in India. Participating in the Dialogue has made her more aware of the responsibilities that democracy brings with it.

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