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SOAS in the Media: 9-15 Oct

15 October 2019

Items related to Africa

 

GAR: Coverage of the African Promise, drafted by Emilia Onyema

 

RFI: Phil Clark quoted on the Rwandan government shutting down evangelical radio stations

 

Items related to Asia

 

Business of Fashion, THE, WSJ,  : Steve Tsang discussed the impact of continuing protests in Hong Kong, and the 70th anniversary of the PRC

 

Lawfare: Avinash Paliwal published an article on India's Afghanistan policy

 

Bloomberg NewsStraits TimesInvesting.com, American Journal of Transportation: Burzine Waghmar interviewed on Kashmir and Imran Khan's CPEC visit to China

 

The Telegraph: J Simon Rofe interviewed on the NBA’s expansion to China

 

Guardian: Helen Macnaughtan comments on Japanese rugby identity in context of World Cup

 

Daily Mail, and widely syndicated internationally:  Rachel Harris, quoted on destruction of Uighur cultural sites

 

Taipei Times: Project Officer for the Centre of Taiwan Studies, Max Lembke-Soh published the article ‘Taiwan needs to tell its story better’

 

Items related to other regions / General SOAS news

 

Bustle: profile of Emma Dabiri, Teaching Fellow in Africa Studies, and author of Don't Touch My Hair

Guardian: Valerie Amos interviewed on her hero (Claudia Jones) for Black History Month

 

Altreconomia: Published an article on the SOAS Ceilidh band – October 2019 issue