SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media 5 September

5 September 2017

Broadcast

BBC Business Live: John Weeks discussed Trump’s economics

World tonight (Radio 4), Monocle Radio:  Gurharpal Singh discussed the Ram Rahim Singh sect and the India-China agreement to deescalate the stand-off in Doklam.

CNN, BBC News, Bloomberg TV, Radio 4: Leslie Vinjamuri discussed Trump's rally in Arizona one week after the violence in Charlottesville and its implications for US politics and Trump's decision to pardon Arpaio (CNN x2) and the US response to North Korea

Victoria Derbyshire, Sky News, Talk Radio, Radio Scotland, BBC Radio Scotland, BBC West Midlands radio, LBC, BBC World, BBC Radio 5: Hazel Smith discussed the situation in North Korea (also in La Razon – Spain)

Channel 5 News, Sky News, Radio Wales, BBC World Service: Jim Hoare discussed the latest situation in North Korea

BBC Breakfast, Radio 5 Live, BBC World News, BBC News Channel, BBC Wales, Austrian Radio, BBC Cumbria, CBC: Steve Tsang discussed North Korea and China

National

The Guardian: Steve Tsang discussed North Korea and China (original here and mentioned on the Andrew Marr show)

FT, Telegraph, Reuters, Handelsblatt and Rheinische Post (Germany): Gunnar Beck provided commentary on the German Bundesverfassungsgericht's decision to refer four constitutional complaints against the ECB's QE programme to the ECJ

The Guardian: Dan Plesch quoted in a piece entitled ‘The last Nazi hunters’

Online

History Today: Colin Shindler reviewed Itamar Rabinovich’s biography of Yitzhak Rabin in the September issue

Reuters: Richard Black discussed the impact of migration figures on student numbers in HE

Jewish Chronicle: Colin Shindler published an article on ancient coins

International

Wall Street Journal, Al Jazeera: Steve Tsang discussed President Xi and the 19th National Congress in Beijing

Hindustan Times, Republic TV, Indian Express, Eastern Eye, Outlook: Coverage of papers read at the Withered Democracy in Pakistan seminar by Lawrence Saez and Burzine Waghmar

Stabroek News: Article on Valerie Amo’s meeting with the President of Guyana