St Antony's in the Media

St Antony's in the Media

Dr Toby Matthieson (Senior Research Fellow, 2015) interviewed on BBC World discussing executions in Saudi Arabia. (3 Jan 2016)

Professor Dan Healey (Professor Modern Russian History) and Professor Catriona Kelly (Professor Russian Literature) contributed to BBC World program on Vadim Kozin (27 December 2015)

Professor Peter Robinson (Academic Visitor, 2014)) published an article in The Diplomat titled Cost Disease in China's Military (13 May 2015)

Dr Theodore Zeldin (Emeritus Fellow; History, 1954) published an article on the Sunday Times titled Turn that selfie stick on your neighbour, and live (10/05/2015)

Professor Margaret MacMillan (Warden; History, 1968) was featured in an article in the Financial Times titled Emerging from the ashes of war (08/05/2015)

Professor Archie Brown (Emeritus Professor of Politics at Oxford University, Emeritus Fellow at St Antony’s College) published an article titled Election 2015: Scotland and Labour in longer-term perspective on the Political Studies Association website (05/05/2015).

Dr Eugene Rogan (GB Fellow and Director of the Middle East Centre) published an article in the New York Times titled A War to End Jihad. (01/05/2015)

Professor Douglas Porch (Visiting Fellow) published an article in the New York Times titled Vietnam Showed the U.S. Has No Desire for Long Wars and Troubling Tactics. (29/04/2015).

Dr Nayef al-Rodhan (SAM, 2009) wrote an article for Open Democracy titled Symbiotic Realism and just power. (28/04/2015)

Zareer Masani (DPhil History, 1971) featured on BBC Radio4 Programme on Saffron Censorship: India's Culture Wars. (28/03/2015)

Max Abrahms (MPHil International Relations, 2000) published a paper  in International Organization called "Explaining Terrorism". (27/03/2015)

Professor Archie Brown (Emeritus Professor of Politics at Oxford University, Emeritus Fellow at St Antony’s College) published an article on BBC News on "Perestroika: Reform that changed the world" (10/03/2015)

Richard Dreyfus (Senior Associate Member, 2009) landed the role of Bernie Madoff in new ABC drama. (25/02/2015)

Dr Louis Nthenda (DPhil Politics,1964) was featured in the BBC History Magazine, December 2014 - page 62. (25/02/2015)

The Warden, Professor Margaret MacMillan (DPhil History, 1968), appeared on Newsnight on 09 February to discuss "appeasement & lessons from history". (10/02/2015)

Dr Mikołaj Kunicki, Director of the Programme of Modern Poland and GB Fellow at St Antony's, wrote on the post-war architecture of Warsaw in the Financial Times. (09/02/2015)

Sir Paul Collier, GB Fellow at St Antony's, discussed attitudes towards and the effects of global migration in his article Wir reichen den Menschen den geladenen Revolver (Die Zeit) (09/02/2015)

Professor Paul Chaisty, GB Fellow at St Antony's, wrote on support for separatism in southern and eastern Ukraine in the Washington Post (06/02/2015)

Rt. Hon Sir Martin Gilbert (DLitt International Relations, 1962), remembered in the Leader-Post for his vast contributions as a historian of Judaism, the Holocaust, and Contemporary History. (05/02/2015)

Dr Zareer Masani (DPhil History, 1971) presented Tata: India's Global Giant on Tuesday 3 February on BBC World Service and on BBC World News on Saturday 7 February at 09:10 and 20:10 GMT. You can listen to the interview on BBC Radio 4 on Friday 6 Feb at 11.02 GMT. Link to the iPlayer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02hrf4f (05/02/2015)

The Warden, Professor Margaret MacMillan (DPhil History, 1968), hosts History Student’s Association Conference on the global impact of the Second World War. (25/01/2015)

U.S Secretary of State John Kerry awards Senator Gary Hart (DPhil Politics, 2001), role of Special Envoy to Northern Ireland. (25/10/14)