SOAS University of London

SOAS in the media: 14-20 September 2021

21 September 2021

Items related to Asia

  • The Guardian: Yuka Kobayashi, Lecturer in China and International Politics, comments on the Aukus alliance and what it means for the Indo-Pacific - 16 Sep
  • The Times Higher Education Supplement: Steve Tsang, Director of China Institute, comments on ideological education in Chinese universities - 15 Sep
  • South China Morning Post: Steve Tsang, Director of China Institute, comments on the next Hong Kong elections - 15 Sep
  • The Globe and Mail: Steve Tsang, Director of China Institute, comments on the People’s Liberation Army of China - 16 Sep
  • Taipei Times: Yuka Kobayashi, Lecturer in China and International Politics, comments on the Aukus alliance and what it means for the Indo-Pacific - 19 Sep
  • Eurasia Review: Christian Bachheimer, Doctoral Researcher, writes how China’s mercantilist threat to ASEAN is exaggerated - 18 Sep
  • The National Interest: Toph Cottle, Masters student, writes about the Aukus alliance and why military power alone cannot counter China. - 17 Sep
  • ABC News: Xiaoning Lu, Reader in Modern Chinese Culture and Language, discusses Chinese workers protesting against overwork culture - 14 Sep

Items related to Africa

  • The Conversation, ForeignAffairs.co.nz: Phil Clark, Professor of International Politics explains the Islamic threat in Mozambique and why Rwandan troops are in the country - 19 Sep
  • Indian Express: Phil Clark, Professor of International Politics, comments on the terrorism charges of Paul Rusesabagina - 19 Sep
  • Deutsche Welle: Phil Clark, Professor of International Politics, comments on the terrorism charges of Paul Rusesabagina - 19 Sep
  • AllAfrica: Phil Clark, Professor of International Politics, comments on the terrorism charges of Paul Rusesabagina - 19 Sep
  • Live Wire - India: Phil Clark, Professor of International Politics, comments on the terrorism charges of Paul Rusesabagina - 20 Sep
  • Frontline - Hindu: Phil Clark, Professor of International Politics, comments on the terrorism charges of Paul Rusesabagina - 20 Sep
  • Washington Post: Phil Clark, Professor of International Politics, comments on the terrorism charges of Paul Rusesabagina - 20 Sep
  • TRT World: Phil Clark, Professor of International Politics, discusses the outcome of the charges against Paul Rusesabagina in a Rwandan court - 21 Sep
  • Monocle 24: Phil Clark, Professor of International Politics, discusses the outcome of the charges against Paul Rusesabagina in a Rwandan court - 20 Sep (36:47)

Items related to the Middle East

  • FARS News Agency: Jonathan Goodhand, Professor in Conflict and Development Studies, comments on Afghan and Western corruption in the war on terror - 18 Sep
  • Ajam Media Collective: Maya Reus, Masters student in Near and Middle Eastern Studies writes about Dance Performance and Shifting Gender Norms in Pahlavi Iran - 14 Sep
  • TRT World: Dr. Massoumeh Torfeh, Research Associate at the Centre for Global Media and Communication writes about Iran - IAEA - US talks - 20 Sep
  • TRT World: Dr. Massoumeh Torfeh, Research Associate at the Centre for Global Media and Communication writes about the arrest of a rapper and why it symbolises the danger of dissent in Iran - 17 Sep

Items related to other regions/SOAS General

  • Forbes: Felicia Jackson, Teaching Fellow in Global Energy and Climate Policy, writes about PepsiCo's new sustainability strategy - 20 Sep
  • The Guardian: Dr Mukta Das, Research Associate at the Food Studies Centre, comments on the global increase in cooking and dining alone - 19 Sep
  • The New York Times: Lucy Durán, Professor of Music, comments on the first written account of the kora instrument - 17 Sep
  • The Sunday Times: SOAS is mentioned as one of ten UK universities to offer a compulsory class on sexual consent - 17 Sep
  • The Times Higher Education Supplement: The SOAS Decolonising Toolkit is referenced in this article on decolonising the curriculum - 14 Sep
  • Camden Citizen: Review of Brunei Gallery exhibition Baghs – Abstract Gardens - 16 Sep
  • Tehran Times: Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, Professor in Global Thought and Comparative Philosophies, comments on US foreign policy - 19 Sep