A recent study by SOAS alumna Alicja Bachulska has examined two major online media outlets responsible for promoting Chinese and Russian state-backed narratives in Poland, namely China Radio International (CRI) and Sputnik.
SOAS alumna Ludovica Meacci comments on Xi Jinping’s renewed push to reinforce conservative gender norms as a means to serve two mutually reinforcing objectives of the CCP.
SOAS alumna Jacinthe Nourrit examines China’s security and economic interests in Taliban controlled Afghanistan.
A new book by Seungho Lee investigates water resources management and policy in China over the last two decades.
SOAS alumna Jacinthe Nourrit explores the geo-economic opportunities and geopolitical uncertainties of Chinese encroachment in the Israel-Palestine conflict.
As meat consumption in China has soared, Elizabeth Frost argues that plant-based alternatives to meat could help China reduce its carbon footprint.
Are some European think tanks pushing a ‘China Threat’ narrative? Dr Igor Rogelja questions the view that China is an existential threat to European democracy.
SOAS alumna Ruth Wetters writes that the UK could learn from the example of Taiwan’s ‘digital democracy’.
Dr Maria Adele Carrai examines two railway megaprojects in Africa financed by China Exim Bank and built by Chinese SEOs—Kenya’s Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) and Ethiopia’s Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway (ADR).
SOAS alumna Alicja Bachulska writes about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on China’s relations with Central & Eastern Europe.