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After Paris: Rethinking the usual responses

WHO: Prof Lee Marsden, head of UEA’s School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies

"The usual responses to terrorist attacks in the West are not working and will not work."

Brussels attacks response should be cautious, measured

WHO: Dr Lee Jarvis

"There’s little to be gained in pointing blame immediately after today’s Brussels attacks, and much to be lost by disproportionate reaction."

Chilcot inquiry irrelevant to Iraqis

WHO: Dr Johan Franzen

"The Chilcot Report will seem like an entirely British political problem, and not one that is in any way relevant to their current situation and the country they have been left with."

China landslide was inevitable

WHO: Prof Dave Petley

"The most recent landslide in China was quite literally a disaster waiting to happen. In addition to the rescue operations, the focus is on how this can have happened.”

Climate change expert Prof Tim Osborn

Who: Prof Tim Osborn

What: Professor of Climate Science

Where: School of Environmental Sciences, Climatic Research Unit

Prof Tim Osborn from UEA’s Climatic Research Unit comments on a major review which finds that a ‘slow down’ in global climate change has not happened.

The US National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) re-evaluated its surface temperature records over land and sea and concluded that the rate of global warming has...