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SOAS in the media 20 November 2018

20 November 2018


BBC Asian Network: Eleanor Newbigin interviewed about the whitewashing of South Asian history and our work on decolonising the History curriculum at SOAS

BBC World Service: Catriona Drew interviewed in third of a five part BBC series on the unravelling of the post-World War II international order

Monocle 24: Phil Clark interviewed about his new book Distant Justice: The Impact of the International Criminal Court on African Politics

Deutsche Welle: Phil Clark interviewed about the raft of African Union reforms before Rwandan President Paul Kagame steps down as AU chairman

Monocle 24 and BBC World Service: Steve Tsang interviewed on the trail of the ‘Umbrella 9’ in Hong Kong

Monocle 24: J Simon Rofe Spoke to Monocle 24 on Calgary's decision to reject the opportunity to run for the Winter Olympics in 2026 in relation to his research on Sport Diplomacy


The Times: Andrew George quoted in article on the newly translated chapter in The Epic of Gilgamesh and why it is “twice as epic”

Financial Time: Ulrich Volz and other economists in the Financial Times urging the Bank of England to take action on climate change


CASI India and The Hindu Business Line: Avinash Paliwal published article on ‘Time to Recalibrate India’s Afghanistan Policy?’ 

IPE: Ulrich Volz co-writes article on ‘Climate change mitigation is a good investment’ where he discusses the need to integrate climate risk into financial decision-making in order to address financial stability risks associated with climate change.


The Irish Times: Steve Tsang quote in article on China – US trade

Taiwan Sentinel: Dafydd Fell published article on ‘How liberal is Taiwan? Adultery, the Death Penalty and Marriage Equality'