I appeared on RT last Thursday to discuss US strikes on Syria and the deadlock at the UN Security Council.
I appeared on Talk Radio on 3 April to discuss Donald Trump’s remarks on North Korea (clip here), and on RT to discuss Saudi war crimes in Yemen and US/ UK complicity (clip here).
I appeared on RT on Friday to discuss Boris Johnson’s comments on Saudi Arabia, the UK’s role in the region’s proxy wars, and the impact of the PM’s repeated slap-downs of the foreign secretary on the coherence of UK foreign policy.
I’m quoted in two Sputnik news reports, one on an event I organised on the future of the Labour party, the other on anti-Semitism in Labour.
I have op-eds on The Conversation and New Mandala on the death of Thailand’s King Bhumibol. (They are substantially the same but the first gives more background and forecasts a bit more.) The situation is already evolving from when I wrote these pieces yesterday afternoon. Although General Prayuth, the current military dictator, immediately announced that […]
Another interview on why Prevent should be scrapped, on Russia Today, from 27 September 2016.
I did a half-hour show on Sputnik Radio to discuss whether Brexit meant the end of liberalism and the dawn of a new era. As the question suggests, the discussion was really broad and rambling, but hopefully some goods points managed to surface…!
Last week I appeared on Al Jazeera to discuss ASEAN, and today I was featured on the BBC Burmese service, discussing Aung San Suu Kyi’s visit to the US to discuss the possible lifting of economic sanctions.
I’m quoted at length in this report on Cambodia’s history with ASEAN, as the ASEAN summit kicks off in Vientiane. Amusingly, this is one of those very rare occasions where one can demonstrate a clear link between a discrete research output and “impact”, since the journalist directly quotes my 2007 article, “ASEAN Intervention in Cambodia“! […]
I spoke to RFI about Myanmar’s “second Panglong” peace conference. You can read the piece here.