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SOAS in the Media – 4 December

4 December 2018


Islam Channel: Pallavi Roy discussed corruption in Nigeria

BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service: Charles Gore discussed the repatriation of art to Africa after President Macron's decision to return looted artefacts in France to Africa

BBC Business Live: Hong Bo discussed the G20 and the on-going US-China trade war

BBC Radio 4: Burzine Waghmar interviewed on BBC World Tonight about the Chinese consulate attack, Karachi

BBC News: Valerie Amos interviewed on Michelle Obama’s legacy and her impact on BAME women

China Television News: Dafydd Fell was interviewed on Taiwan’s November elections


Financial Times: Steve Tsang discussed the Chinese government’s attitude to VPN


SCMP, Irish Times: Steve Tsang discussed reforms in China and also President Xi and Chinese politics

The Day (Nigeria): Pallavi Roy discussed Nigeria's privatisation programme in the electricity sector

Taipei Times: SOAS Research Associate Ian Inkster published a piece in the on the Taiwan elections

Central News Agency (x2), World Politics Review, Deutsche Welle (x2)  : Dafydd Fell was interviewed on Taiwan’s November elections, referendum and local elections

Taiwan's Mirror Media: published a Chinese language discussion of Dafydd Fell's essay on How Liberal is Taiwan


Jewish Chronicle: Colin Shindler published the article ‘Australia's first Jews: Thieves who became heroes’

Defence Web: Michael Edward Walsh published the article ‘Testing the boundaries of Ebola response’