SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media – 5 February

6 February 2018

Broadcast

TRT World: Philippe Cullet participated in a panel discussion on water conflicts

ABC Australia (Matter of Fact),CNN : Leslie Vinjamuri discussed Trump’s State of the Union address and America’s place in the world, and polarisation in the United States and its effects on the investigations into Russia’s meddling in the US elections

RFI: Gabriele Vom Bruck interviewed on the situation in the Yemeni port city of Aden which has been taken over by a faction favouring the separation of the south from the north, the Southern Transition Council (STC)

BBC Wales, BBC World ‘100 Days’, BBC 4’s Briefing Room, The Briefing, Monocle Radio, CNA: Steve Tsang discussed Theresa May’s visit to China and China & Taiwan’s dispute over the new air route in the Taiwan Strait

Radio 4 ‘Broadcasting House’ , BBC World Service Newshour: Hazel Smith interviewed on the winter Olympics and North Korean participation and US foreign policy

International
Deutsche Welle Chinese, Verdict, SCMP : Steve Tsang quoted on the UK PM’s visit to China and President Xi’s speech at Davos

Hindustan Times: the conceptual framework of Avinash Paliwal’s new book was used in an article entitled ‘Sushma Swaraj’s visit to Nepal: A victory of Indian ‘conciliators’ over ‘partisans’’