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.

15 Apr, 2019
'Nueva diplomacia: cómo son los embajadores 2.0'. Corneliu Bjola writes about diplomatic engagement online for Argentina's Noticias
14 Apr, 2019
The Indian elections. Amogh Sharma speaks to BBC Radio Derby about trust in the electoral process, differences in the parties' manifestos and the role of the Indian diaspora
09 Apr, 2019
'A single WhatsApp message can incite people to violence'. Amogh Sharma features in the Anthill's India Tomorrow podcast series about Indian elections
29 Mar, 2019
'Choking a lifeline'. DPhil Deepa Kurup writes for Frontline magazine about how India's MGNREGS employment guarantee scheme is being undermined
28 Mar, 2019
'"Self-reliance" for refugees? Badly handled it can make matters worse'. Evan Easton-Calabria writes for The Conversation
21 Mar, 2019
'Multi and Interdisciplinarity in International Development: Student experiences and perspectives'. Geoff Goodwin writes for the LSE blog about his ongloing research on interdisciplinary teaching and learning in international development
12 Mar, 2019
'Facebook’s Anniversary: Fifteen Years Since User Data Became Commodity'. Ivan Manokha writes for the Globe Post
08 Mar, 2019
'8 female anti-corruption fighters that inspire us'. Robtel Neajai Pailey features in list compiled by Transparency International
27 Feb, 2019
'Why Venezuelan migrants need to be regarded as refugees'. Alexander Betts writes for IRIN
21 Feb, 2019
'Why Sajid Javid’s decision on Shamima Begum cheapened British citizenship'. Matthew Gibney writes for Metro

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