University of Nottingham - A long time in politics

August 12, 2010

Academics at the University of Nottingham's School of Politics and International Relations are being challenged to sum up their expertise on subjects such as war, disaster politics and UK-US relations in under a minute for a series of online videos for iTunes U, Politics in 60 Seconds. Wyn Rees, professor of international security at the school, said: "We like to find new ways to engage with students and anyone with even a passing interest in politics." A video of bloopers and outtakes has also been uploaded.

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