Monthly Archives: June 2010

Saville missed the failures of leadership

I published an opinion piece on the Bloody Sunday Inquiry in the Sunday Business Post on 20 June: http://www.sbpost.ie/newsfeatures/saville-missed-the-failures-of-leadership-49992.html

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Politics of Bloody Sunday left untold

Currents of politics, personality, ideology and power are absent from the Saville inquiry – but vital to explaining Bloody Sunday, I argue in an op-ed just published in the Guardian: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2010/jun/16/bloody-sunday-saville-inquiry

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Bloody Sunday article freely available until the end of June

The publishers of ‘Contemporary British History’ have agreed to allow free access until the end of June to ‘Bloody Sunday: error or design’, an article I wrote arguing that the killings that day were the outcome of a calculated confrontation … Continue reading

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Territoriality and mobilization

I spent a fair bit of time over the past year working on an article on ‘territoriality and mbolization’ with Lorenzo Bosi who is based at the European University Institute in Florence. We just heard recently that it has been … Continue reading

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