SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media – 13 February

13 February 2018


BBC 4’s Briefing Room: Steve Tsang discussed Theresa May’s visit to China

CNN, CNBC,  World Tonight (BBC Radio 4): Leslie Vinjamuri discussed the ongoing politics surrounding the Russia investigations and the ICC’s decision to look at the killings committed as part of The Philippines war on drugs

Radio 2 (Jeremy Vine Show): Hazel Smith interviewed on the Winter Olympics in Korea

Channel 5 News: Valerie Amos discussed the centenary of women’s suffrage

LBC: James Hoare discussed the Winter Olympics

BBC Radio Ulster, Radio 4 (Today programme), BBC  News 24: J Simon Rofe discussed sport and diplomacy and the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics

BBC News 24: Stephen Chan discussed the political situation in South Africa


Guardian, Sunday Express: James Hoare discussed the Winter Olympics

The Washington Diplomat: Mark Katz quoted in an article on the Syrian War and Assad

Washington Post: Keith Howard quoted in an article titled ‘Distinct style of Korean pop to echo in Olympic spotlight’ (also syndicated widely in USA)

The Converation: Paolo Novak published an article entitled ‘The spectre of fascism haunts Italy after attempted massacre forces African migrants to stay indoors’

CGTN: Tat Yan Kong participated in a discussion on the North Korean delegation's visit to the Winter Olympics at Pyeongchang

Al Jazeera: Massoumeh Torfeh  published an article entitled ‘A somber revolutionary anniversary in Iran’

BBC Thai: Rachel Harrison quoted in an article on Thai Studies