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Dr Eugene Rogan, GB Fellow at St Antony's and Director of the Middle East Centre, has just published a new book: "...

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Antonian Yong-Pyo Hong (DPhil International Relations, 1990) was appointed Unification Minister in South Korea. Hong Yong-pyo is a scholar-turned-politician and expert in diplomatic, national...

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Antonian Professor Hong Yong-Pyo (DPhil International Relations, 1990) was appointed Unification Minister in South Korea. Hong Yong-pyo is a scholar-turned-politician and expert in diplomatic,...

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St Antony's College is delighted to announce its participation to the College-Community Space-Sharing Scheme at Oxford University, which will offer free space to arts and community groups in...

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The Cultures of Resistance Scholarships
Deadline: 20 March 2015

Thanks to a very generous philanthropic donation received from the Cultures of...

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The Cultures of Resistance Scholarships
Deadline: 20 March 2015

Thanks to a very generous philanthropic donation received from the Cultures of...

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A forthcoming article of Dominik Müller, visiting scholar at the Asian Studies Centre at St Antony's College, was awarded a Special Commendation in the Young Scholar Prize 2014 competition of the...

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The Warden of St Antony's College, Professor Margaret MacMillan, will give a lecture in Mumbai on Tuesday 21 April at 6pm.

The lecture, titled "Parallels between 1914 and...

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On 17 February, SEESOX hosted their annual round table discussion for Ambassadors from South East Europe en poste in London. There was a full discussion of the various issues affecting the region...

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We delighted to announce that the Historical Association awarded the Medlicott Medal for 2015 to the Warden, Professor Margaret MacMillan. Professor MacMillan will give the Medlicott Lecture at...

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