Turkey pursues an increasingly agressive foreign policy and threatens international cooperation in NATO and the EU. My analysis of the situation appeared in the Dutch monthly paper De Kanttekening.
For the Dutch Review of Books, I reviewed the (former) Dutch UN ambassador’s book on the Netherlands’ membership of the Security Council.
I wrote for Legal Tribune Online (LTO), Germany’s leading online magazine for lawyers, about the Dutch initiative to hold Syria accountable.
For JusticeInfo I provided some legal and diplomatic context on the decision of the Dutch government to hold the Syrian state accountable for torture.
I commented on the upcoming verdict of the Lebanon tribunal in an analysis of international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW).
For the Global Policy journal I reviewed Alex J. Bellamy’s thoughtfull book “World Peace (And How We Can Achieve It)”.
For the German security and defence magazine Loyal I wrote about the impact of Coronavirus on international security.
Today I gave a presentation on the ethical challenges in reporting sexual violence in conflict at a conference of the Queen’s University Belfast.
For Chatham House’s journal International Affairs I reviewed Bear F. Braumoeller’s book ‘Only the dead: the persistence of war in the modern age’.
In a blog post for the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security, I explore how non-human beings and the environment can be better protected in war.