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Category: Asia

Rhetoric Vs Reality: An Assessment of How US Intervention in Afghanistan Failed to ‘Liberate’ Afghan Women, 2001-2009

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British NGOs in Afghanistan: 1982-1991 and 2001-2005

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Forced Acquiescence? British Far Eastern Policy and the Rise of Japanese Imperialism in East Asia and the Pacific, 1894-1923

This entry was posted in 18th-19th Century, 20th Century, Asia, Australasia and Pacific, HIST3500, Imperial and Colonial, Political History, Undergraduate dissertation and tagged , , , .

‘MacArthur’s Unique Experiment’: Voluntary Censorship and Declining Media-Military Relations in the Korean War, June 1950 – December 1950

This entry was posted in 1950-1999, 20th Century, Asia, HIST3500, Military History, Political History, Social History, Undergraduate dissertation, USA, World and tagged , , , .

“You took my honour here”: “rape culture” and narratives of izzat and shame in post-independence India

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‘A Slaughter House’: Korean Sexual Politics, 1932-1990

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‘Sharp Divisions of Interest and Function’? Anglo-American Relations and Containment in the Far East, 1949-1951

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The Dragon’s Agenda: The Concept of ‘Face’ in Intelligence Scholarship

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Politicising Sakti: Female Divinity and Gendered Hindu Identities in Colonial and Post-Colonial India

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Cholera under Colonisation: Epidemic Disease in the Nineteenth Century and the evelopment of Global Health Governance

This entry was posted in 18th-19th Century, Britain and Ireland, HIST3500, Imperial and Colonial, India, Medicine, World and tagged , .

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