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With Labour facing tough scrutiny over allegations of antisemitism, Catherine Hezser considers the history of Jews and Socialism
Korean expert Dr Owen Miller expects the “thaw” in relations to continue
Development Studies grad Debika Ray opens up on the brand new publication that’s creating a new narrative
Turkish, Malay, Hindi and other Indian languages also scored highly
“The best training as a journalist I could have hoped for”
Celebrating ‘Africa on the Square’ – Saturday 14 October – as part of Black History Month in Trafalgar Square
SOAS students, past and present, share their experiences about the phenomenon that is the Chinese Bridge competition.
The Hong Kong Statement was a great step forward, but authorities are being slow to catch up
Although there is no law criminalising same-sex conduct, 90% of Indonesian LGBTI people have experienced violence
Wen-chin Ouyang outlines how she first became interested in Arabic-Chinese comparative studies, and her current interest in the Silk Road
Learning a language is likened to climbing a mountain
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has long been a subject of fascination for the Western popular media. It is typically portrayed by the shorthand of four recurring motifs – isolationism; nuclear weapons; the Kim ruling family; and vast military parades.
Why would anyone want to ‘decolonise the curriculum’, and what does this mean for academic study? Like the word ‘democracy’, ‘decolonisation’ can mean different things.
SOAS University of London was the venue for a three-day international conference on South East Asian studies. The conference provided an opportunity for the dissemination