Introduction by Umair Javed, Governance specialist at the Pakistan office for The Asia Foundation and respected political columnist and blogger IS IT possible to locate a defined historical juncture when the study of politics, or political science as it’s commonly known, became a field of intellectual engagement? Well, within contemporary forms of the discipline, which...
In the ever-changing world of higher education, it is often the universities that can innovate and adapt quickly that stand out from the crowd. One such institution is Murdoch University in Perth, Australia, which prides itself on providing a flexible and supportive learning environment for its domestic and international students. Murdoch University values free thinkers...
Asian students working towards a career in political sciences often distract themselves with the need to find a school or institute close to where they live and plan to work. While there’s something to be said for specialized or home-grown political studies, there’s more in store for those who take a dramatic, international approach. For...
Nations across Southeast Asia are continuing to develop and assert themselves on the world stage. Democracies evolve, economies diversify and an increasing number of prospective students look abroad for opportunities. International relations and global ties have never been as critical as they are right now – especially in this part of the world. Multinational alliances...
In the few short decades since it received its Royal Charter in 1966, City University London has become one of the finest higher education institutions in England’s capital city. The university offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees across a number of disciplines and prides itself on producing graduates who have the knowledge and practical skills...
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