SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media: 19 - 25 April

26 April 2022

Items related to Asia

  • LBC: Avinash Paliwal, Associate Professor in International relations, discusses India's relationship with Russia - 22 Apr
  • GB News: Steve Tsang, Director of the China Institute, comments on Shanghai's strict ongoing lockdown - 20 Apr
  • Hong Kong Free Press: Steve Tsang, Director of the China Institute, comments the Hong Kong government's announcement of the details of the 2022 Employment Support Scheme - 25 Apr
  • The Diplomat Magazine, The Friday Times: Ayesha Siddiqa, Research Associate at the South Asia Institute, comments on the end of Imran Khan's time as the Prime Minister of Pakistan - 21 Apr
  • ThePrint: Aadil Brar, MSc student in international politics with focus on China, writes about Xi Jinping's plans for a third term and other stories from China from the past week - 25 Apr
  • China In Context: Duncan Bartlett, Research Associate with the China Institute, asks Howard Zhang, editor of the BBC’s Chinese Service, to analyse the position China is adopting on the war in Ukraine - 19 Apr

Items related to Africa

  • South China Morning Post: Stephen Chan, Professor of Politics and International Relations, comments on the debt Zambia owes to China amid the arrival of the new Chinese ambassador to Zambia - 20 Apr

Items related to other regions/SOAS General

  • Sky News: Dr Tania Kaiser, Senior Lecturer in Forced Migration Studies, commented on the UK's Rwanda immigration plan and how it mirrors immigration policies in Australia, Israel and Denmark - 20 Apr
  • Foreign Policy Magazine: Amir Lebdioui, Lecturer in Political Economy of Development, comments on Chile's green industrial policies and the country's use of Green Hydrogen - 22 Apr
  • Foreign Policy Magazine: Amir Lebdioui, Lecturer in Political Economy of Development, comments on Ecuador's struggles to meet its climate goals under IMF austerity - 19 Apr
  • Times Higher Education: Dr David Lunn, writes about the Spanish drama Merlí: Sapere Aude and its portrayal of academic life - 24 Apr
  • TIME: Linsday Krasnoff, Research Associate at the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, comments on Wimbledon's decision to ban Russian and Belarusian players and how this echos the International Olympic Committee’s ban of South Africa during the apartheid era. - 21 Apr
  • Progressive Economy Forum: Guy Standing, Professorial Research Associate in Development studies, writes about the neoliberal origins of Russia's invasion of Ukraine - 21 Apr
  • The Guardian: Former SOAS President and lawyer Helena Kennedy, will be in conversation with Hilary Clinton at this year's Hay festival - 19 Apr
  • Financial Times: Interview and profile piece with SOAS alumna and historian, Romila Thapar - 22 Apr