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SOAS in the Media – 23 January

23 January 2018


BBC News Channel, CNN, BBC One show “The Big Questions”, Bloomberg TV, BBC World Service (World Update): Leslie Vinjamuri discussed US politics and Trump’s first year

International Business News, Radio Scotland, Talk Radio, LBC, BBC News: James Hoare discussed the upcoming Winter Olympics and the latest situation in North Korea

Today Programme BBC Radio 4: President of the SOAS Marxist Society dicusses capitalism with the President of Reading University's Conservative Society [from 2:54:38]


Times Higher Education: Alison Scott-Baumann quoted giving evidence on the government’s anti-extremism programme Prevent to the Joint Committee on Human Rights

Jerusalem Post:  Colin Shindler published a review of Ian Black’s ‘Enemies and Neighbours’

Taiwan Sentinel: Dafydd Fell published an article entitled ‘Cycles of Optimism and Pessimism in Taiwan’

Al Jazeera: Massoumeh Torfeh published an op-ed entitled ‘Protests in Iran should be taken seriously’

Today online,  Steve Tsang quoted in an article on reports of alleged Chinese interference in domestic politics of other countries, and in an article on North Korea

Jewish Chronicle: Colin Shindler wrote an obituary for the Yiddishist, Barry Davis

BBC Russian: Keith Howard published a blog entitled ‘"The Sea of ​​Blood": how the DPRK's opera helps understand the country’

NPR: John Parker discussed Ghanian leader Kwame Nkrumah