EDITORIALS, COMMENTARIES & BLOGS

  1. (2019) “To Serve and Protect: The Role of UN Police in Protecting Civilians”, IPI Global Observatory, 20 September
  2. (2019) “Reflecting on 20 years of Protection of Civilians in UN Peace Operations: Progress, problems and prospects“, Australian Outlook, 29 May.
  3. (2019) “Is it time to review the basis for UN peacekeeping 71 years on?“, The Conversation, 23 May.
  4. (2019) “South Sudan is at risk of new conflict. Can the U.N. protect its civilians?“, Washington Post, 18 April (with Day, A.)
  5. (2019) “Dilemmas of peacekeeping: what we learnt from talking to people in South Sudan“, The Conversation, 23 April (with Day, A.)
  6. (2019) “Benefits of Paring Down Peacekeeping Mandates Also Come With Risks“, IPI Global Observatory, 15 March (with Bellamy, A.)
  7. (2018) “Protecting Peacekeepers Requires Better Politics, Not More Force“, IPI Global Observatory, 14 February.
  8. (2017) “Back to Basics or Adapt to Circumstance? The Options for UN Peace Operations“, IPI Global Observatory, 14 June.
  9. (2017) “The Last Station Before Hell: UN Peacekeeping at Inflection Point”, AIIA Outlook, 29 May.
  10. (2016) “UN Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial focuses on military planning and performance when strategic political guidance is still missing”, Protection Gateway, 27 September.
  11. (2016) “Peacekeeping Needs Reform, Not Just Reinforcement”, IPI Global Observatory, 14 September.
  12. (2016) “Learning from Norm Promotion and Capacity Building in Southeast Asia and Africa”, Protection Gateway, 20 July.
  13. (2014) “Credit to Australia as Security Council makes UN Policing a Priority”, The Conversation, 26 November.
  14. (2014) “UN in South Sudan: The ghosts of Rwanda and Srebrenica”, The Interpreter (Lowy Institute for International Policy), 22 July (with Malan, M.)
  15. (2013) “Peacekeepers and the Protection of Civilians: Realities in the Eastern DRC”, Protection Gateway, 7 March.