Groningen has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel '' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Groningen had the highest popularity figure in March, 2017.

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Life after IR: Understanding and preventing conflicts

[...] like the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia were torn apart. I enrolled in the IB/IO programme in Groningen in order to understand not only what was happening in the world, but also what I could do about [...]

THE NETHERLANDS: Basic Income discussed at symposium “A Basic Income, Full Speed Ahead!!”

[...] small scale initiatives in The Netherlands are the crowd funded basic income project in Groningen and the initiative in Terneuzen.” (The city council of Terneuzen thought they had found a [...]

The Origins of War – A reflection on a highly contested debate

[...] I The Shame of our Time: Human Trafficking (Modern Slavery) Part 5: “Work hard, play hard” From Groningen to the World Bank Entering the Field of International Relations [...]

Bristol Who’s Who Recognizes Job Schreuder

[...] Nano materials. After earning a Master of Science in Pharmacy from the State University of Groningen, Job went on to receive a Post Master in Pharmacy, also from State University of Groningen. [...]

Impression Lauwersland Art Trail 2016

[...]  the 25th edition of the Lauwersland Art Trail. The trail runs through a wide area in Groningen and Friesland, its pretty much impossible to visit all the studios in one afternoon. So [...]

Combating Driving Under Influence

[...] of their infringements determine the usability of sanctions. Inspired by my stay here, in Groningen, and driven by curiosity I have decided to compare the Dutch legal limits to the [...]

G’day from Australia: Let’s start at the beginning

[...] km away from the beautiful city of Groningen at the other end of the world, in Canberra, Australia. And that is what I want to tell you about. [...]

Exchange in Stellenbosch: Feeling Alive!

[...] decolonisation of tertiary education, for transformation of language policies (which, unlike in Groningen, is not about making more studies available to foreign students – but about making education [...]

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  • Checks&Balances

    Checks and Balances is the magazine of the Study Association Clio from the program "International Relations and Internat...