SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media –29 January

28 January 2019


Radio 4: Simon Perfect discussed the outcome of a Henry Jackson Society report on extremism on campuses with the report's author

ABC (radio), Globalist (Monocle): Steve Tsang discussed Hong Kong's complex relationship with China and the West

RFI, CNBC Africa's "Capital Connection": Phil Clark quoted on the ICC's acquittal of former president of Cote d'Ivoire, Laurent Gbagbo and discussed trade, funding and border reforms of the African Union (CNBC)

BBC News: Shane McCausland interviewed on a decision by Taiwan's National Palace Museum to lend a rare calligraphy to Japan's Tokyo National Museum


Wonkhe: Alison Scott-Baumann and Simon Perfect published ‘Students are the future of democracy: don’t muzzle them’


HKFP: Reported on Steve Tsang’s evidence session at the Foreign Affairs Committee in Parliament which discussed how China's domestic affairs interact with its foreign policy, and the implications these have for the UK’s engagement with China.

The Conversation: Matteo Rizzo published the article “Dar es Salaam's new bus system won international acclaim – but it excludes the poor”

Free Muse: Rachel Harris co-wrote an article on singer Zahirshah Ablimit’s detainment

Economic Times: Philippe Cullet discussed the significance of groundwater in India