My article on ASEAN’s lasting peace and the fallacies of “grand theories” of international relations: Since the formation of the Association of South East Asian Nations in 1967 with the Bangkok Declaration, there have been no major wars between its members – although there have … Continue readingASEAN Is Not A Security Community (Yet)
I’m pleased to have been featured in my friend Lucy Brydon’s short film, The Space In Between. The 4 minute short shows me getting dressed in a mundane, unsensational fashion while I talk about trans/gender. The film has been selected to show at BAFTA and the Aesthetica Short Film … Continue reading“The Space In Between”
Interview with transmasculine photoblog The Test Shoot: My gender identity and presentation are fluctuating. I’ve felt uncomfortable with clear-cut femininity since I was a child, but it’s difficult to separate being inherently, biologically trans from my childish desire for male privilege. I think the “born … Continue reading“Test Shoot” photoshoot and interview
I’m excited to be speaking at the Dare To Think event this Wednesday at the London School of Economics. My talk will be on Pyongyang’s (Non-static) Perspective of Beijing. … Continue reading“Escape From North Korea” Panel Discussion
I’m pleased to announce that I’ve begun working with the Nuclear Analysis team at the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). Today was my first day and it was splendid; everyone made me feel welcome. I’m excited to be working with talented Research Fellow Andrea Berger … Continue readingNuclear Analysis at RUSI
Yesterday I was interviewed at Sky News (for iPad!) about the US Presidential election; I talked about how Obama will win again, and the republicans are rape apologists.