SOAS University of London

SOAS in the media 4 September

4 September 2018

Broadcast

BBC Pointless: SOAS language teacher Naresh Sharma competes on the programme

BBC Newsnight: Steve Tsang was interviewed on the end of one child policy and problems with controlling birth in China

BBC regionals and Euronews: Phil Clark was interviewed on Theresa May's trip to Africa

Deutsche Welle: Phil Clark interviewed on the elections in Rwanda

ABC Religions and Ethics: Alfredo Saad-Filho interviewed on the rise of nationalist authoritarianism and the crisis of neoliberalism

Nationals

Jewish Chronicle: Colin Shindler published article in Peace Now in Israel and in the UK

Online

The Conversation: Mike Jennings published article ‘Theresa May in Africa: cynical post-Brexit development agenda smacks of desperation’

Project Syndicate: Hassan Hakimian publishes article ‘Can Trump’s Sanctions Break Iran?’

Newsweek: Steve Tsang commented on Trump accusing China of hacking into Hilary Clinton’s emails

China Economic Review: Steve Tsang quoted on President Xi’s Xi’s policy agenda post-Beidaihe

Quartz: Steve Tsang quoted in article on the section of a new train station in Hong Kong being officially handed over to mainland Chinese jurisdiction

The Disorder of Things: Nimer Sultany publishes article 'A Palestinian Perspective on Labour’s Anti-Semitism Row'

International

New York Times: Phil Clark quoted on Theresa May’s trip to Africa

Junge Welt: Phil Clark quoted on the elections in Rwanda

The Khmer Times: Phil Clark quoted on the conflict around borders and lakes in central Africa

Le Monde Diplomatique: Ed Emery publishes article on 'The undefeatable sponge' looking at sponges, fished in some places to near-extinction, which could help cleanse and
make fruitful polluted waters, and be of use for scientific research

Asian Art Newspaper: SOAS Brunei Gallery exhibition Empire of the Sikhs featured – the exhibition continues to receive widespread media interest

South China Morning Post: Steve Tsang quoted on President Xi’s policy agenda following the summer break