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15
May

Dublin Journal

05.08.14 Not such a straightforward start to the day. Descended from the bus into a gritty industrial wasteland without really knowing where we were. We asked…

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10
Apr

The Art of Forgery

“The Art of Forgery” examines the life and work of one of the world’s greatest art forgers, Wolfgang Beltracchi, who was arrested in 2010 after a…

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24
Feb

Nature Commodified

I recently watched a documentary called Banking Nature that examines the valuation and monetisation of ecosystems and the concept of ‘natural capital’. How much is nature…

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24
Jan

River Journal

11.01.15 Day two at Cumberland River Camping Reserve. Up at 9am. Two pots of coffee. Amy and I attempt The Age crossword. It proves difficult; it…

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10
Dec

Bombs Away

There are some serious practical problems with fighting a conflict solely from the air. Take, for example, the estimates of the number of Islamic State militants…

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30
Nov

Things like that don’t happen there

For the last five years, I have been writing a thesis related to the phenomenon of terrorism. I feel very fortunate that I have not, until…

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