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The impact of Artificial Intelligence has hardly begun but its effect will become all too apparent over the next few years and nowhere more so than in the educational sector. Though it is a revolution that is well under way it is constantly changing and the full impact of its...
By Antony Percy
It is well known that the Soviet Union successfully infiltrated the UK government in the years leading up to WW2, but until now, not quite how. Exploiting recently declassified material, Antony Percy here reveals how the USSR caught up so swiftly with Western expertise and weaponry, and so played such...
By John Staddon
Although I have been basically an academic for most of my life, the way I got there has taken some surprising turns. The first four chapters of this memoir describe what I can remember and discover about my early life: an unsuspected ancestry, fun in WW2 London, comical schooldays, and...
By David Urch
Is Riyadh really the capital of Saudi Arabia, Daddy?'An Englishman in Riyadh, David Urchs account of his years in Saudi Arabia, belongs to a long-standing and important tradition - works by English authors describing their encounters with Islamic societies. They range from the Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu to...
By David Urch
An objective outside view of the immense contribution of the Bangladeshi people; It should be of great interest both to the wide diaspora of Bangladeshis and those who wish to learn more about the compelling history of the region.