Abstracts: It's the policy, stupid: Political Islam and US foreign policy. Unilateralism and partnership: American foreign policy
Abstracts: It's the same drive, but just a different operating system. 'My strengths come from the same place as my weaknesses...'
Abstracts: 'It's the war, stupid'. A subtler take on the clash of civilizations. Uncle Sam may be self-absorbed but Mr Blair is still his someone special
Abstracts: It's the way he tells them. Confessions of a sculptor. Stature and her liberty
Abstracts: It takes a global village.... Tagore's lamp to the mind. Forces combined for good
Abstracts: It wasn't only babies who hit the bottle in medieval Europe. Respect research and watch economy boom
Abstracts: 'I've gone places others haven't'. Safe place for grateful dead to get some sleep. 'You don't give up your brain for a pension'
Abstracts: 'I've no regrets. We've touched a raw nerve'. Tutors despair over students. Web protest student gets 'death threat'
Abstracts: IVF pioneer had been profiting form the work of university's researchers. Academics abandon Tories
Abstracts: 'I was no bully' says McKenna. A life on the fiddle helped to make dream gig a reality. Work-life culture praised
Abstracts: 'I will ask for the fees back for the whole year'. U.K. space dreamers prepare for lift-off. Bid for better world starts here
Abstracts: 'I wonder if Blair is praying for a way out. Bin Laden would say that he prays the wrong way - but what would one expect of a "designer Christian"?'(Opinion)(Tony Blair got UK involved in illegal invasion of Iraq)
Abstracts: 'I worry that we are failing to value the great skills of mentorship that are so critical to academia, however good our training courses may be'
Abstracts: Jag man sees the green light. An Almighty challenge. An Almighty challenge (2)
Abstracts: January start lures new type of entrant. Oxford's new governance plan shifts power balance. Bodleian may not survive cut intact
Abstracts: Japanese step up research cash fight. Sector wins spot at Gordon's top table. Fight for an outpost of liberty
Abstracts: Japanese universities warm to industry. Kenya's dying universities. Indonesia's neglected universities look ahead
Abstracts: Japan faces number crunching future. Synthesis further education; colleges come of age. Virtual courtroom prepares vulnerable witnesses
Abstracts: Jaw boning business ethics. Both judge and party: why Congressional ethics committees are unethical. Business and social duty: The ethics crusade
Abstracts: Jewish college in drive for recruits. Art of humour. Hard work wasted if AS grades ignored
Abstracts: Jewish fortunes cut from a one-of-a-kind cloth. It's falling apart at the seams. Defined by some distinctly hyphenated Britishness
Abstracts: Jewish laureate calls off UK visit. Nurse teachers face axe after health budget rejig. UCU action threatens to cause a lasting rift
Abstracts: Jim Knight urges teachers to humanize the classroom. VEEC: equity professionals. Overcoming subtle messages of sex inequity
Abstracts: Jobless dominate poll. More migratory Canadians are flying back home. Toronto blazes trail in giving guarantee to graduates
Abstracts: Jobs in Japan go into deep freeze. Gender gap hits economy. Here Todai, gone tomorrow
Abstracts: Joining the fast lane. The road to heaven or hell. Wake up and value the potential of the postdoc
Abstracts: Journal index fuels RAE fears. Australia set to blaze new trail. 'Sensitive' is new watchword in US
Abstracts: Journalism staff slated lowering of standards. Mark-up of 14% gave 'fails' a pass. 'Trust' means fewer checks
Abstracts: Journals reject tougher checks on data. Journal tightens its controls. Row erupts over suffragette tale
Abstracts: Journals study raps snobbery. Blame piled on managers. Standard is set to lift teaching
Abstracts: Judicial Independence: The control of the purse by courts . A conversation about judicial independence. A game of monopoly
Abstracts: Juggling on a high wire. Confucius and chips. Russia's quest for approval
Abstracts: Jump for Jorum. Leg-up from new-girl network. A worst-case scenario that gets worse
Abstracts: Junk food legacy on the net. Sharing the spring of wealth. Pugwash: quiet force for change
Abstracts: Jury out on bid to fix university teaching. Threat to college sub degrees. 'Fleet-footed' bid to deal with shortfall
Abstracts: Just a regular type of guy. Assemblies minus instruction manuals. Get out into the real world
Abstracts: Just keep on moving. Public demand boosts Brazil's private colleges. How to tame the market without stunting growth
Abstracts: Just one more dash for freedom. Is the UK rapidly coming unstuck?. 'We have our eye on you... so watch out'
Abstracts: Just the ticket. Bibliographic software on a small budget. A red-hot poker? It was just a red herring
Abstracts: Just the ticket. The press is free to do just as it is told. Work is just a snake-pit
Abstracts: Keele staff face further cuts. Staff see red over online policing. Warwick cuts 40 jobs as external funding runs dry
Abstracts: Keep tuition free and tax industry. Dearing backs the learning net. Dearing's summary
Abstracts: Kelly questions 50% pledge. Ucas chief promises detailed A-level data. 50% plan will cost extra UKPd3bn
Abstracts: Kelly's last paper: WMD threat real. Immigration points plan will 'hamper' global vision. Call to axe abortion law
Abstracts: Kenyan students go on rampage. If you hear in the rumble in the jungle it's probably just the elephants talking
Abstracts: ...kept quiet during the Oxford Animal Lab demonstration. Exploiting our sweet tooth with fatal consequences. Relax? You've got to be joking
Abstracts: Key that links the living and the dead. Modern melting pots. Secret of the bone cave unearthed
Abstracts: Kicked out college turns up at Birkbeck. Edexcel failures spark concern. Medical college kicked off campus
Abstracts: Kicked out college turns up at Birkbeck. Freedom row fails to sink Warwick's Singapore plan. Union fears local deals
Abstracts: 'Kicking around a cancer patient...'. Read between the lines for a lesson in consumer coercion. Blueprint for a new age
Abstracts: Kicking sand at Uncle Sam. Kuwait's ambassadors from student world. Will sleeping watchdogs wake to the battle-cry?
Abstracts: Kicking up the dust in a chaotic storehouse. Alive and kicking. South Africa's chaotic cultural revolution
Abstracts: Kids behaving badly? Its's all in their genes. Hiding from the truth; a new history of British Jewry has ruffled feathers
Abstracts: Kingsley's other Lucky Jim. Bursting the God balloon. The visual in communication: Some hidden dimensions
Abstracts: Knights top pay league. Most staff would pursue pay at students' expense. Patten lays down pay line; government refuses to go to arbitration over pay deal
Abstracts: Knock, knock. Who's there...? Bin recipe book, let them create. Open the door to new vistas
Abstracts: Knowing history. The re-generation. A new generation of history textbooks
Abstracts: Knowledge as you like it. Rise of the fast food learning model. A first-class metrics war
Abstracts: Knowledge at a price. League table sizes up v-cs' online impact. A plum for Victoria?
Abstracts: Knowledge industry gets down to business: universities will need to grasp the nettle of open learning if they are to survive
Abstracts: Kurds plan to host American University. Balkans to get a slice of Bologna. Anger grows in clash over elite university site
Abstracts: Labouring under a new challenge. Open all hours for the masses. A tongue-tied time warp
Abstracts: Labour's 'spineless' stand up to Blair. A smug smile at Blair's defeat. ...believe that political research is too important to languish in journals
Abstracts: Labour's student ambitions falter. Top scorers play dirty in RAE game. MPs consider RAE review
Abstracts: Labour tightens central grip. Why the smart cash is not so clever. We'll set colleges free, say the Tories
Abstracts: Labs can throw a lifeline to our struggling nations. Wealthy sultans of spin-off cash in on their ideas. ...believe the British should hand their lab coats over to foreigners
Abstracts: 'Lab school' linkup to boost English teaching standards. Is it time for the many not the few? It's still not a BEd of roses
Abstracts: Lace under heavyweight fire. Women get bonus for staying the course. Folk fight to fill the house
Abstracts: Lambert calls for UKPd200m to aid industry research. Market forces dictate wages. Pay system aims to close wages gap
Abstracts: Lampl says: Ask and you'll receive. WANT TO BE A HIGH-FLYER? IT'LL COST YOU. 'I wince at the very thought of being vulnerable to an enraged government looking for UKPd60 million and a Boston prosecutor looking for scalps'
Abstracts: Land of dope and glory. To Google or not to Google. UK sees visa refusals soar
Abstracts: Land where women can really clean up. When it all kicks off before kick off. So, what drives Venezuela's Socialist climber?
Abstracts: Language, freedom to think and all that jazz. I think, therefore I theorise. Why I think respect is more important than tolerance
Abstracts: Language of race: talking past one another. Computers and the year 2000: what will happen? Talking computers: will talking replace literacy?
Abstracts: Language teachers talk tough. Did Churchill kill Il Duce? Can of worms opens as Vatican's war archive stays shut
Abstracts: Last-ditch bid to win over rebels. DfES claims pockets empty. Tories may go for growth
Abstracts: Last taste of forbidden fruits on the hard road to markets. A taste for this and that. A taste of history
Abstracts: Last Word: An Education That's Really Special. Last Word: A Modest Proposal. Last Word: Self-Starting Writing Exercise Flounders
Abstracts: Latin America and liberalism: democratic illusions and realities. The elections of 1994: liberalism's third crisis
Abstracts: Latin America must raise fees to help poor. How the universities made their money in 1994-95. Rubber bullets fly in fees protest
Abstracts: Laura Spence speaks out. Strength in breadth. Society will never survive on bread and circuses alone
Abstracts: Laureate warns over IP reform. [pounds sterling]25m will ease pain for losers from RAE. UKPd63m contest to bring out the 'lunatic' entrepreneur in you
Abstracts: Law flouted on contract staff. Islamic teaching to be scrutinised. A quiet revolution for law and order
Abstracts: Law flouted on contract staff. Show us the money. Exam action to hit distance learners in 130 countries
Abstracts: 'Law is not on our side, but honour is. We won't give in'. Welcome to the strangers among us? Vague policies derail effort to rein in student cheats
Abstracts: Law's green border terrier. Imitators follow Imperial lead. Footprints in sands of time
Abstracts: Lawyer rules aptitude tests out of court. Hoping for wealth: rules for would-be millionaires. Cast a cautious eye on the Supreme Court
Abstracts: Leaders of the pack set the pace. Ivy League stirs creeping concern. A PFI marriage of convenience
Abstracts: Leagues apart. Blunkett's axe hovers over TTA. How can Cinderella join her big sister at the ball
Abstracts: League Tables. Data Act overturns top table of colleges. League tables
Abstracts: Leaked report stalls bid to end job-offer row. Bring in the foreign legion. Canada scholarships face uncertain future
Abstracts: Leak reveals quality 'A' team. Manchester sets sights on top of world league. V-cs split on way forward for applications
Abstracts: Leaps of faith. Muslims in America: Feeling the pressure. America's cities: A period of revival
Abstracts: Learned plugging of Whitehall gaps. Global theatre. Banking on freedom
Abstracts: Learn from our cultural kin how to reel it in. A halfway heaven. The art of asking
Abstracts: Learn from the experience, then move on... If you don't use it, lose it. Your spirits will lift. Keep your children and hobbies to yourself
Abstracts: Learn from the rising tiger. A unique product that offers value for money. If UK insists on hiding, it could end in 'nul points'
Abstracts: Learning gives a society life. More second chances, fewer second helpings. Time to care about those in care
Abstracts: Learning in the land of the hustler. Minorities in US still lag behind. US still the land of opportunity
Abstracts: Learning the price of quality. Maths for the 21st century. Learning for the 21st Century
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