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SOAS in the media - 19 December

19 December 2017

Broadcast
BBC World News: Leslie Vinjamuri on the political implications of the tax reform bill in the US
CNN, Radio 4, LBC and BBC Victoria Derbyshire Show: Leslie Vinjamuri on the implications of the elections in Alabama for future of the Republican Party
TRT World: Risa Morimoto joins a panel discussion on plastics in the ocean
BBC Asian Network 'Big Debate': The curators of the Brunei Gallery exhibition 'Behind the Indian Boom' discuss their exhibition and work
Global Television Network (CGTN): Tat Yan Kong interviewed on South Korean President Moon Jae-In's visit to China
BBC Parliament Booktalk: Emma Crewe discusses a selection of recent political books as part of a Christmas Special

Nationals

Independent: Keith Howard comments on Korean pop music in article ' How audiences are adapting to non-English language music'

Online
Newsweek: Interview with Congolese opposition leader Felix Tshisekedi after his recent presentation at SOAS
Christian Science Monitor:
Phil Clark quoted in article on reconciliation after war: 'People once at odds don’t try to even the score'
The Jewish Chronicle: Colin Shindler writes article 'Trump’s move on Jerusalem appeals more to his evangelical base than to Israelis'
Business Insider: Hazel Smith commented in article 'A fishing deal with China could be the reason North Korean 'ghost ships' are flooding Japan'

International
Foreign Affairs: Phil Clark published article 'Rwanda's Recovery' looking at when remembrance is official policy
La Libre: Phil Clark interviewed about his upcoming book, Distant Justice, which examines the political impact of the International Criminal Court in Africa
RFI: Phil Clark interviewed on the ICC's decision to award reparations to the victims of Congolese warlord Thomas Lubanga
Deutsche Welle: Phil Clark quoted on opposition calls for mass protests over election delays in DR Congo and about the killing of 14 UN peacekeepers in eastern Congo
China Daily: Heather Elgood interviewed in article on SOAS's new joint arts programme with Art Institute Chicago and Guardian Education Center
WSJ: Steve Tsang commented on Trump's recent national-security strategy speech
The Hindu: Lawrence Saez cited in article reporting on the Vijay Mallya extradition case
Nehanda Radio: Stephen Chan commented on African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank)’s pledge to inject $1, 5 billion into Zimbabwe