It is said that you can always learn from the best. In this article, Ellen Gunning discusses some PR hits and misses seen during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MIHE Blog News, views and insights from Macmillan International Higher Education
Samantha Davey explores the shifting sands of lockdown law and percpetions of its legitimacy.
Charles Beem, author of Queenship in Early Modern Europe, discusses the romantic relationships of Catherine the Great
Knowledge is a valuable commodity and as such is a strategic resource, and like all strategic resources, it must be organised and managed for the benefit of the firm and the wider business community - John McManus investigates.
Warren Treadgold, author of A Concise History of Byzantium, explores how epidemics shaped the history of the Byzantine Empire, where their economic and political effects were much worse than they are today because medicine, hygiene, and the economy were more primitive.
W. M. Spellman, author of A Concise History of the World Since 1945, analyses the current global pandemic with comparative history.