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The Human Security Centre and its staff are often published, featured and interviewed by UK and International media sources. Our fellows have written for a variety of publications ranging from the Guardian to the Spectator, and appear on the BBC, Channel 4  News, Sky News, Al Jazeera, CNN and outer news outlets.

Senior Fellow Jacob Campbell: In Syria, the West is Too Late the Hero

Senior Fellow Jacob Campbell's article published in The Algemeiner on Western Foreign Policy in Syria. When the Syrian Support Group, the fundraising wing of the Free Syrian Army, was set up in Washington DC, I joined it to volunteer my services. I did so because I was frustrated at the reluctance of Western governments to arm Syria’s freedom fighters against the tyrant, Bashar al-Assad.

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Senior Fellow John Slinger: Syria Needs Our Help, Not Pity

Senior Fellow John Slinger's article published in the Huffington Post, shows Kofi Annan's exit, stage left, symbolises not the death of diplomacy, which never had more than a walk-on part in this tragedy, but instead the triumph of cynical, nihilistic realpolitik over all that is represented by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Senior Fellow John Slinger: This diplomatic ‘Triumph’ over Syrian WMD could be Disastrous

Senior Fellow John Slinger published in The Spectator on Russia and the United States’ diplomatic agreement on the international control and subsequent destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons. Amidst the hopefulness and optimism, the answers to this question prove disturbing. We must remember that it might take a disaster even worse than 100,000 dead and the use of WMDs against civilians

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