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SOAS in the media 17 January 2013

17 January 2014

Professor Gurharpal Singh commented extensively on the UK Government's role in the 1984 Golden Temple raid, covering BBC 5 Live and BBC regional channels, and also contributed to a BBC Radio 4 programme on Indian migration to UK in the 1950s and 1960s, Professor Stephen Chan was interviewed about the situation in CAR on BBC World News and Sky, US radio station Pacifica dedicated its programme on 'Letters and Politics' to Professor Laleh Khalili's latest book Time in the Shadows, Professor Gilbert Achcar's book The People Want was reviewed in Jadaliyya, Professor Colin Shindler was interviewed on BBC News 24 about Ariel Sharon, and The Everlasting Flame exhibition was featured in a programme on Community Channel.

Professor Gurharpal Singh on the UK Government's role in the 1984 Golden Temple raid
BBC 5 Live - 16/01/14
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'Letters and Politics' programme dedicated to Professor Laleh Khalili's latest book Time in the Shadows. 
Pacifica - 15/01/14
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Genealogies and Balance Sheets of the Arab Uprisings
Jadaliyya - 13/01/14
Review of Professor Gilbert Achcar's latest book 'The People Want'

"The Islamists are trying to turn the wheel of history": a conversation with Ilya Budraitskis Gilbert Ashkar
Theory & Practice - 30/12/13
Interview with Professor Gilbert Achcar

Programme on Zoroastrianism, featuring The Everlasting Flame
Community Channel
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Pictures and video of tuition fees protest force Scotland Yard to pay out twice over 'inconsistent' claims
Evening Standard - 13/01/14
"The other case involved Simon Behrman, 36, a law PhD student at Birkbeck College who had gone to SOAS to demonstrate against Mr Willetts’s policies."