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SOAS in the Media – 14 August

14 August 2018


Radio France International,  France24 (TV): Alfredo Saad Filho interviewed on the political crisis and the presidential elections in Brazil

RFI, BBC Arabic Trending, TRT, BBC World Service, Al Jazeera, BBC World, Radio Free Asia: Steve Tsang discussed diplomacy for China and the South China Sea, the banning of the film Christopher Robin and investigative journalism in China

Sky News: Amina Yaqin interviewed on the Pakistan elections

Radio 4: Stephen Chan interviewed on the latest in Zimbabwe


Guardian: article on report co-authored by Jonathan Goodhand and Patrick Meehan on international interventions in conflict-affected countries (also in Neue Zuercher Zeitung)

The Times: Nimer Sultany’s book 'Law and Revolution' recommended as a top summer read

Telegraph: Mandana Seyfeddinipur discussed language preservation in article on why the world's languages are disappearing

Evening Standard: SOAS graduation featured in a piece on Honorary Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

The Telegraph: Obituary of Professor John Hinnells


The Conversation: Stephen Chan published “Zimbabwe: victory for ZANU-PF but this election marks the end of the liberation era”

Asia Pathways:  Ulrich Volz published an article on 'Green Finance for Sustainable Investment'

VOA: Steve Tsang quoted in an article on President Xi


Arab48, Al-Araby Al-Jadeed, Al-Quds Al-Arabi: Nimer Sultany discussed Israeli Basic Law: Nationality and published the op-eds"Palestine and the Global Left" and “Israeli Nationality Law and the Constitutionalisation of Colonialism”

Haaretz: Colin Shindler published an article entitled ‘Would a Corbyn-led Labour Government Pose an Existential Threat to British Jews?’

New York Times: Steve Tsang quoted in the article ‘Star Scholar Disappears as Crackdown Engulfs Western China’