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Phil Kirby, a Year 3 PhD student in the Politics, Development and Sustainability (PDS) Group has won third prize in the high-profile Trench Gascoigne Essay Competition run by the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). His essay entitled 'End of the Rainbow? Terrorism and the future of public warning' draws on his PhD research on the USA's Homeland Security Advisory System.
To find out more about geographical research in the field of security, see the Geopolitics and Security blog run by staff and students linked to the MSc Geopolitics and Security degree. This course is co-taught by staff in Geography and Politics & International Relations at RHUL.
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