28 November 2013
Dr Phil Clark wrote the lead article in THE on researching in post-conflict societies, Professor Michel Hockx commented on Maoism following the reported case of slavery on London, Dr Simon Rofe published an article on importance of languages for UK's future security, Professor Timon Screech was interviewed about Robert Cox, Dr Stephen Hughes contributed to a programme on London's influence on Bollywood cinema and Burzine Waghmar commented on assassinated Middle Eastern leaders following the anniversary of JFK.
Must academics researching authoritarian regimes self-censor?
THE - 28/11/13
Lead article written by Dr Phil Clark on researching in repressive and post-conflict societies has just been posted.
How common were Maoist groups in 1970s Britain?
BBC Online - 27/11/13
Professor Michel Hockx on Maoism
The Breakfast Show with Penny Smith and Paul Ross
BBC London 94.9 - 26/11/13
Parlez-vous diplomacy? English won't service the UK abroad
The Conversation UK - 28/11/13
Article written by Dr Simon Rofe on importancte of foreign language skills for the UK’s future security
Professor Timon Screech on the dedication service for Robert Cox
BBC Radio Stoke -24/11/13
Lights, Camera, Akshun!
BBC Radio 4 - 24/11/13
JFK's death and Middle East assassinations
Al Jazeera - 22/11/13
Burzine Waghmar comment on assassinated Middle Eastern leaders
Fatima Bhutto: ‘South Asia needs more Malalas'
Evening Standard - 21/11/13
"Fatima Bhutto was born in Kabul and educated at Columbia University and London’s School of Oriental and African Studies."
Iran's economy set for post-nuclear deal boost
CNBC Online - 25/11/13
Dr Hassan Hakimian comments on Iran's economy following the nuclear deal
The agreement with Iran is good for the world economy (except perhaps for China and Russia)
Slate.fr - 25/11/13
Ali Fathollah-Nejad comments on impact if Iran's deal in world's economy
The long shadow of the Iran sanctions
The Huffington Post - 20/11/13
Article written by Ali Fathollah-Nejad on Iran sanctions