SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media: 6-12 October

13 October 2020

Items related to Asia

  • BBC Radio 4, Daily Express: Steve Tsang, Director of the China Insitute,  comments on Chinese threats against Taiwan's autonomy - 09 Oct
  • The Times: Steve Tsang, Director of China Insitute, comments on the issue of Taiwan academics told to identify as Chinese in academic journal - 10 Oct
  • South China Morning Post, Hong Kong News: Steve Tsang comments on Hong Kong's exiled dissidents need to continue to generate intertnational support and engagement - 10 Oct
  • CN Vision Times: Steve Tsang comments on private business in China - 10 Oct
  • Hindustan Times, TFIPOST, News India: Dr Avinash Paliwal, Professor of International Relations, comments on a new defence logistics pact between India and the UK - 09 Oct
  • Orf Online: Dr Avinash Paliwal, Professor of International Relations, writes about India’s Kachin connection in Myanmar - 07 Oct
  • Modern Diplomacy, Ceylon Today: Michael Charney, Professor of Asian and Military History is referenced in this article about Myanmar’s irresponsibility in Rohingya refugee repatriation - 07 Oct
  • Daily Express: James Horare, Research Associate at the Centre of Korean studies comments on North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-Un's decision to not mention the US in his speech at a military parade in the country - 12 Oct

Items related to Africa

  • Africa Portal: Stephen Chan, Professor of World Politics, comments on issues of diplomacy on Twitter in Africa - 12 Oct
  • Il Fatto Quotidiano: Stephen Chan, Professor of World Politics, comments on African countries debts to China and how China will leverage this for its own interests - 07 Oct
  • The New Times (Rwanda), KT Press: Phil Clark, Professor of Politics and International Relations comments on the claim that Rwanda’s institutions cannot oversee a fair trial - 06 Oct

Items related to the Middle East

Items related to other regions/SOAS General

  • The Conversation, Australian Times, Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report: Susanne Jaspers, Research Associate at the SOAS Centre of Food studies writes about the UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) winning the Nobel Peace Prize - 10 Oct
  • UKRI: Laura Hammond, Professor of Development studies and principal investigator of the Migration Leadership Team comments on UKRI's development of a new data visualisation tool that uniquely maps UKRI-funded migration and displacement research - 06 Oct
  • Agronomist & Arable Farmer, New Food Magazine: Professor Nigel Poole, Member, SOAS Food Studies Centre comments on the need for greater understanding of the nutritional nuances of diverse food groups - 08 Oct
  • HowStuffWorks: Narguess Farzad, Senior Lecturer in Persian Studies comments on Rumi's poetry and what we can learn from it - 06 Oct
  • Monocle: Phil Clark, Professor of Politics and International Relations takes part in the newspaper review on the Gloablist podcast - 09 Oct
  • Inopressa, News Mir: Lawrence Broers, Research Associate at Centre of Contemporary Central Asia & the Caucasus comments on the ongoing hostilitiy between Azerbaijan-Armenia in Nagorno-Karabakh - 06 Oct
  • GQ UK: Interview with SOAS alumna and Founder of the Black Curriculum iniative, Lavinya Stennett - 06 Oct
  • University World News: SOAS scores well in the new global engagement index for UK universities - 07 Oct
  • The Times: SOAS mentioned as one of the UK universities introducing anonymity rules to protect their students from retribution at home because of the new Hong Kong security law. - 12 Oct
  • BusinessGreen: Coverage of the Centre for Sustainable Finance report, "Climate Change and Sovereign Risk" - 12 Oct