On the lower half of the map (in light blue) is Nigel Farage, the centre of dense exchanges. Branching northwards from him, in red, is The Voice of Europe, and southwest of him, in blue, Donald Trump.
“No matter which party wins, voters are more concerned about sustaining the peace”
The theme of this year’s World Population Day, which is celebrated on 11 July each year, is “Family planning: empowering people, developing nations”.
An artistic snapshot of the city as it stands today, and a celebration of its culture and diversity
Learning a language is likened to climbing a mountain
Meet our Student Ambassadors – Sohilla Shubana
My major area of research and publication is Hindi cinema, my latest work being Bollywood’s India. I’ve worked closely with several of the industry’s key figures, and I write and speak about film beyond the academy in the Indian and global media.
Our department of Economics is a leading centre for economics research, specialising in the study of developing and emerging nations
SOAS University of London has issued a statement regarding the recent Brexit vote: “Our Director was vigorous and robust in her support for continued membership
SOAS University of London supports Anthropology in London Day, which was held on 14 June 2016. This year’s event focused on anthropological engagements in politics.