Sean Guillory over at Sean’s Russia Blog recently interviewed me for his podcast series. We talked about media coverage of … Continue reading Podcast: the Use and Abuse of the Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict
It’s helpful to have a monster under the bed when you’ve run out of scary stories to tell the kids. … Continue reading The Russian Boogeyman
Step 1: Reassure readers that the situation “remains tense all along the front.” Step 2: Go on twitter. Step 3: … Continue reading 10 steps to writing an article on Nagorno-Karabakh with no sources or new information
Every time we tweet, retweet, write a blog post, or publish an article about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, we become unwilling … Continue reading Why everything about the way we report on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict is wrong
Recent investigations have revealed systemic sexual abuse perpetrated by peacekeepers and attempted cover-ups by the United Nations. Victims of sexual … Continue reading Al Jazeera’s ‘Inside Story’ ran a 30 minute special on the UN’s ongoing sexual abuse crisis
The Journal kindly published my article on the possibility of sending Irish peacekeepers to Mali and the implications of Article 42.7 of … Continue reading Are we willing to risk Irish lives by sending troops to Mali or Lebanon?
Broadsheet.ie kindly shared a follow-up post I wrote about neutrality in lieu of Friday’s attacks in Mali and the government’s … Continue reading The slow erosion of Irish neutrality