In the Media

ODID academics are frequently called on by the media for comment and analysis on topical issues, drawing on their specialist knowledge to bring depth and objectivity to current debates.

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15 Mar, 2023
'UK is "abandoning the right to asylum" with new immigration policy, says expert'. Alexander Betts is interviewed on CNN's Christiane Amanpour
08 Mar, 2023
'Catching the Condor: Bringing to trial the generals who disappeared their enemies'. The Condor Trials by Francesca Lessa is reviewed in the TLS
02 Mar, 2023
'Has the G20 meeting produced solutions or more divisions?'. Nikita Sud speaks to Al Jazeera's Inside Story about G20, India's presidency, and the southern push for multilateralism in a fragile, changing world
11 Jan, 2023
'ASEAN resilience: A pillar for open and inclusive multilateralism'. Albert Sanghoon Park co-authors op-ed on the need for the Association of Southeast Asian Nations to take a holistic approach to promoting resilience for the Jakarta Post
08 Oct, 2022
'Putin’s war is illegal – and Russians fleeing the draft may have the right to asylum'. Nicole Stybnarova writes for the Guardian
15 Sep, 2022
'A Tale of Two Middle Easts'. Adeel Malik writes for Project Syndicate about the impact of rising global commodity prices for Middle Eastern states
16 Aug, 2022
'Operation Condor: why victims of the oppression that swept 1970s South America are still fighting for justice'. Francesca Lessa writes for the Conversation
28 Jul, 2022
'Should there be freedom of movement between African countries?'. Loren Landau discussed some of the barriers in a debate for Debating Africa
17 Jun, 2022
'Why Russia may be taking Ukrainian children'. Francesca Lessa and Svitlana Chernykh examine precedents from Spain and Argentina in a post for The Monkey Cage blog
01 May, 2022
'How informal sector organisations in Zimbabwe shape notions of citizenship'. Kristina Pikovskaia writes for the Conversation