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.

06 Nov, 2015
‘Five Lessons from Zimbabwe’s Game-Changing Student Protests’. Dan Hodgkinson writes for The Conversation
05 Nov, 2015
'The Politics of Economic Diversification in the Middle East'. Adeel Malik writes for Foreign Affairs
06 Oct, 2015
‘Roots of difference - Karen politics and unity in the lead up to Myanmar’s historic elections'. Richard Dolan writes for New Mandala
24 Sep, 2015
'Let Refugees Fly to Europe'. Alexander Betts argues for humanitarian visas in NYT article
20 Sep, 2015
'Human migration will be a defining issue of this century. How best to cope?'. Alexander Betts writes for the Observer
08 Sep, 2015
'Gujarat: a development model for all India?'. Nikita Sud Interviewed by Austria's Radio Ö1
07 Sep, 2015
'How India undermined its elections: why was the world’s largest democracy outperformed by one of the smallest?'. Zaad Mahmood writes for the Electoral Integrity Project blog
04 Sep, 2015
'Buhari's first 100 days: does Nigerian president mean business?'. Zainab Usman writes for CNN
03 Aug, 2015
'The art of self-reliance: stories from the refugees who stay'. Evan Easton-Calabria writes for openDemocracy
21 May, 2015
'Escaping the Middle East’s Violence Trap'. Adeel Malik co-authors article for Project Syndicate

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