Headline reaction: ‘UK war-games cyber attack on Moscow’

By Andreas Haggman It is not every day your thesis topic makes front-pages headlines, so when the Sunday Times leader on 7 October 2018 read ‘UK war-games cyber attack on Moscow’, I naturally took notice. In short, the article states that the UK has ‘war-gamed’ (more on vocabulary later) using cyber capabilities to turn out the lights…

NEWS | Curating (in)security at AAG 2017

Every year, nearly 10,000 academics converge on one particular U.S. city in the name of all things geography – Boston, Massachusetts being the location of choice for the annual AAG (American Association of Geographers) conference in April 2017. With a vast array of potential sessions, panels and presentations – the AAG has something for everyone: from Geographies of Bread…

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Things have been quite quiet on our blog for the last 4 weeks or so as some of us got a well earned break whilst our students are working on their summer dissertation projects. Alasdair Pinkerton (Alasdair has recently launched a No Man’s Land project with Durham Geographer and former colleague Noam Leshem, which he recently wrote…