SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media – 12 December

12 December 2017

Broadcast

CNN(x4), Sky News: Leslie Vinjamuri discussed US - Russia investigations, tax cuts, the forthcoming Senate seat election and Trump’s threat to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem

BBC World News:  Amina Yaqin interviewed on the Ofsted recommendation for inspectors to quiz primary schoolgirls in hijab

Monocle24's "The Globalist" programme: Phil Clark discussed death of former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh and the ICC statement there remains "reasonable grounds" to believe the UK committed war crimes in Iraq

Channel 5: The SOAS Students' Union Consent Workshop Project Co-ordinator Monique Bell interviewed on SOAS's consent workshops - includes a report of one of the workshops taking place

Nationals

Daily Express: Steve Tsang quoted on North Korea and China

The Times: Steve Tsang featured in an article on China and academic freedom in the West

International
Les Echos, NBC, Vice, MSNBC (MaddowBlog): Leslie Vinjamuri discussed Trump’s threat to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem and the UK-US relationship (Christian Science Monitor)

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: Kristin Surak’s research on the sale of citizenship quoted

Online

The Blaze: quoted Phil Clark on the killing of 14 UN peacekeepers in the Democratic Republic of Congo (also in RFI)