SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media: 17 July – 23 July

23 July 2019

Items related to Africa

Guardian letters, Deutsche Welle: Lutz Oette raises issues on anti-trafficking policy in the Horn of Africa and is quoted on the Khartoum Process in Sudan (DW)

CGTN: Carlos Oya interviewed on his research on Chinese firms in Africa


Items related to Asia

History Extra: Peter Robb quoted in the article ‘12 alternative giant leaps for mankind – from carnivorism to Magna Carta’

Taiwan Sentinel: Dafydd Fell published ‘Divergent Understandings of Taiwanese Democracy: Ma Ying-jeou vs. Tsai Ing-wen’

Straits Times: Steve Tsang commented on China's propaganda efforts and public diplomacy


Items related to Middle East

Daily Express: Seyed Ali Alavi discussed the latest situation in Iran

ZDF TV, BBC Scotland: Burzine Waghmar was interviewed on the HMS Montrose in the Persian Gulf and oil tanker standoff with Iran

History Today: Colin Shindler published a review of ‘A Specter Haunting Europe: The Myth of Judeo-Bolshevism’by Paul Hanebrink

Jewish Chronicle: article on the band referencing Jewish Music Institute’s summer showcase at SOAS


Items related to other regions / General SOAS news

Responsible Investor: Tweet by Ulrich Volz quoted in a story on central banks and climate change

The Guardian: Article citing research on Fairtrade, led by Christopher Cramer Refinery29 news blog:  SU Co-President Youssra Elmagboul commented on experiences racism in context of Trump "Go Back Home" tweets

University World News: Article looks as Simon Perfect’s work on faith and belief on campuses

BBC World Service (from 16:10), BBC Radio 6 Music: Coverage of the Brunei Gallery’s ‘Stolen Moments’ exhibition

The Business Times (Singapore): Interview with SOAS Director Valerie Amos