The right to protest is undoubtedly fundamental to a democracy. The UK’s Public Order Bill redefines and narrows what is deemed peaceful protest.
Analysing the transfer of arms through the ‘legality in crisis’ paradigm limits our perspective and misses the bigger picture of the conflict.
Tehzeeb applied to SOAS through Clearing – and now has a bright future ahead.
From History and IR at SOAS to a legal tech firm, Christopher tells us his Clearing story.
Law graduate Ramla Ali will be representing Somalia in Women’s Featherweight boxing at Tokyo 2020.
We interview Law alum Al Karim Makhani, who now works as Vice President of TransPerfect Legal Solutions, about how SOAS shaped his career.
Active listening, negotiation, and working towards a common goal in the age of Coronavirus.
On Human Rights Day, why are we still looking away from what is happening in Iraq right now?
An ICC student discusses their first impressions of the diversity and cultures found at SOAS and in London.
Spider-Man actor and alum Zoha Rahman stops by to chat about about identity, acting, and her time at SOAS.
SOAS students recount the discussion with the winner of the Study UK global Professional Achievement Award.
The Prime Minister’s reinterpretation of India’s constitutional principles is a source of enormous concern.
I got interested in Assyriology because I was fascinated by the many ‘firsts’ [world’s first civilizations, writing systems, literary texts]
Although SOAS lawyers do rank among the country’s top earners.
Michael Bartlet on how May “lost the initiative” in negotiations.
Can Israel identify as a “Jewish State”? Aeyal Gross explores the legal arguments.
Could you support a Sanctuary scholar?
Vanessa Tsehaye asks delegates “What does it take for hope to die?”