Week beginning Monday 26 April 2021
- Few Strings Attached: Why Countries Join the Belt and Road Initiative
Prof. M. Taylor Fravel (Security Studies Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Although the motives for China’s development of the Belt and Road Initiative have been well studied, scholars have yet to examine why partner states seek to join in the first place. Professor Fravel will talk about his paper, which seeks to fill this gap by focusing on the memorandums of understanding (MOUs) that states sign with China to formally join BRI.
- Tracing the Path of Yoga
- ’If a Rabbi Said We Should Be Vaccinated, We Wouldn’t’: Navigating Autonomy, Authority, and Religious Authenticity
Dr. Ben Kasstan. University of Bristol and the Hebrew University Jerusalem
- China Global University Fair 2021
Ms Maggie Dziem
Are you interested in the Arts, Social Sciences, Humanities, Languages or Business? Would you like to study in central London? Find out more about SOAS University of London, including our programmes, fees, scholarships and much more.
Ms Maggie Dziem, Dr Tim Pringle, Dr Lu Xiaoning, Dr Dafydd Fell, Dr Jakob Klein, Dr Benjamin Bowles, Lu Wanlin, Lai Meixi, Zhang Di, Fu Yi, Dr Lars Laamann
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