SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media – 10 December

10 December 2018

Broadcast

BBC News: Valerie Amos interviewed on BME representation in higher education

WNIJ and WNIU (US): Hassan Hakimian discussed the EU and the Iran sanctions

BBC World Service "Weekend" programme, BBC Radio 3's "Free Thinking": Phil Clark was a panellist discussing the recent Black Earth Rising series and his new book on the ICC

Nationals

The Independent: Steve Tsang discussed Ri Yong Ho’s trip to China

International

Wall Street Journal: Steve Tsang quoted in article on China-US trade relations

Dainik Jagran (India): CeDEP post-doc Dr. Greg Cooper discussed his work on the Gates-funded ‘Market Intervention for Nutritional Improvement’project that aims to study how markets for vegetables can be strengthened in Bihar, India to promote improved nutrition.

Online

Open Democracy: Nadje Al-Ali published an op-ed on academic freedom

The Intercept: Article on Gregor Semieniuk’s research on global warming and the economy

Deutsche Welle and CNN: Phil Clark interviewed about Rwandan High Court's acquittal of presidential candidate Diane Rwigara (Also in New Times, Rwanda)

Al Jazeera: Phil Clark interviewed about Central African Republic's extradition of former militia leader Alfred Yekatom to the ICC