SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media: 9-15 November

16 November 2021

Items related to Asia

  • BBC News, BBC World Service Radio: Hong Bo, Professor, Financial Economics, discusses the future of China’s capitalism - 12 Nov
  • BBC World Service Radio: Dr Olivia Cheung, Research Fellow at the China Institute, discusses the Chinese Communist Party's historical resolution - 14 Nov
  • BBC World Service Radio, NBC News, FTIrish Times: Steve Tsang, Director of the China Institute, discusses the elevation of Xi Jinping to secure his political future as China's leader - 10 Nov
  • South China Morning Post, The BL. AsiaOne: Steve Tsang, Director of the China Institute, comments on private enterprise and state driven philanthropy in China - 10 Nov
  • Nikkei Asia: Steve Tsang, Director of the China Institute, comments on the case of the Hong Kong man found guilty of secession under the National Security Law - 11 Nov
  • Hindustan Times: Dr Avinash Paliwal, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, writes about India's Third Regional Security Dialogue on Afghanistan - 15 Nov
  • Al Jazeera: Dr Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, Professor of Global Thought, comments on the the killing of Mohibullah, a prominent Rohingya activist in Bangledesh - 12 Nov
  • Korea Herald: Charlotte Horlyck, Reader in Korean Art History, discusses how Korean art has expanded globally - 15 Nov
  • Japan Forward: Duncan Bartlett, Research Associate at the China Institute considers the plenary meeting in Beijing at which the Communist Party agreed a resolution on history which paves the way for Xi Jinping to be reinstalled as leader - 11 Nov
  • The Kootneeti: Duncan Bartlett considers the UK government's reaction to the racism scandal at Yorkshire County cricket club and the rising political tension in India following the national team's defeat by Pakistan in the T20 cricket tournament - 10 Nov
  • China In Context: Following the general election in Japan in October, Duncan Bartlett, Research Associate at the China Institute, discusses Sino-Japanese relations with Rory Green, Head of Research for China and Asia at TS Lombard - 9 Nov
  • ThePrint: Aadil Brar, MSc student in International Politics, writes that historic Chinese resolution whitewashes Mao legacy, puts Xi Jinping at centre stage - 15 Nov

Items related to Africa

  • News24 (South Africa): Adam Habib, SOAS Director, reflects on FW de Klerk's life and legacy - 13 Nov
  • IRIN: Laura Hammond, Profesor of Development Studies, discusses the politicisation of aid in Ethiopia - 10 Nov
  • The Zimbabwe Mail, Bulawayo24 News: Stephen Chan, Professor of World Politics, comments on the exclusion of Zimbabwe at the Democracy Summit - 13 Nov

Items related to the Middle East

  • The Jewish Chronicle: Colin Shindler, Emeritus Professor of Israel studies, writes about Israel standing against apartheid in South Africa in 1961 - 11 Nov

Items related to other regions/SOAS General

  • Forbes: Felicia Jackson, Teaching Fellow - Global Energy and Climate Policy, writes about the US-China Deal and what success might mean at COP26 - 11 Nov
  • New Age (Bangladesh): Article about the poetry of Rafeef Ziadah, SOAS Lecturer of Comparative Politics of the Middle East - 09 Nov
  • Abundant Art: Lian Lakhope, MA Global Media and Communications student, reviews the Barbican's online production, 'Can I Live?' - 15 Nov
  • Abundant Art: Lian Lakhope, MA Global Media and Communications student, reviews the film Sardar Udham - 09 Nov
  • The Guardian Nigeria: Interview with artists and Masters student in History of Art & Archaeology, Bunmi Augusto - 11 Nov
  • Daily Mirror: Interview with SOAS alum and England rugby player, Maro Itoje - 12 Nov
  • City Matters: Coverage of SOAS listed in the top 25 in the UK in THE's World Reputation Rankings 2021 - 10 Nov
  • Science Business: SOAS Centre for Development, Environment and Policy, launches new research alliance for climate adaptation with fellow UK and North American universities - 09 Nov