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Hands of Hope: Refugees in Malaysia

IDEAS Today Issue 3

Issue 3: April 2010

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What Next for Iran?| George Lawson
International relations is a realm where, all too often, ignorance is matched only by arrogance.

New fuel for the Falklands dispute?| George Adelman
One could have been forgiven for overlooking the geopoltical significance of such an inconspicuous departure of a tugboat leaving Invergordon.

The New Gold Rush in the Sub-Saharan Sahel| Lakhdar Ghettas
The focus of a new game for influence and resources is being played by the US, China, France, and Germany.

Drifting or Rifting? America and Europe in the age of Obama| Gregorio Bettiza
When Americans elected a new president in November 2008, Europeans hoped that the partnership between the two continents would be renewed.

Programme in Focus: Middle East International Affairs Programme|
The Middle East never leaves the front pages, yetyet it is also the most misunderstood region.

Refugees in Malaysia| Eva-Lotta Hedman
Massive milieus are where tens of thousands of people have sought refuge in Malaysia in recent years.

Spotlight on Fellows: Guo Xuejun|
Working with the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) and the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), LSE IDEAS hosts two senior officials from the MFA each year.

Extending Models of Diversity: Politics and Society in Trinidad and Tobago| Leslie James
History in the Caribbean, particularly in the case of the two islands of Trinidad & Tobago, has created a rich mix of ethnic groups working to develop a cohesive national identity.

Full IDEAS Today April 2010 issue| (900 KB)

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