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Jake Lynch

Associate Professor Jake Lynch divides his time between Australia, where he teaches at the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies of Sydney University, and Oxford, where he writes historical mystery thrillers. His debut novel, Blood on the Stone, is published by Unbound Books. He has spent the past 20 years developing, researching, teaching and training in Peace Journalism: work for which he was honoured with the 2017 Luxembourg Peace Prize, awarded by the Schengen Peace Foundation.

Islamophobia in Australia: the response of the academy
Law & Liberties - 20/03/2019 - 66 comments
Palestinian rights missing from UK antisemitism debate
Law & Liberties - 5/03/2019 - 4 comments
Puncturing pomposity
International - 28/09/2010
Security for Australia in the ‘Asia Pacific Century’ - part II
International - 27/05/2010 - 3 comments
Security for Australia in the ‘Asia Pacific century’
International - 21/05/2010 - 5 comments
Sri Lanka: what happens next?
International - 1/12/2009
Free speech and the pro-Israel lobby
Law & Liberties - 18/09/2009 - 29 comments
Sri Lanka: reliable accounts
International - 4/09/2009
A dark dawn: the nuclear age is with us
Science & Technology - 27/07/2009 - 24 comments
How America is always at war - and why
International - 6/07/2009 - 16 comments
Up close and spineless: Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs
Domestic Politics - 18/06/2009 - 3 comments
Humanitarian intervention
International - 29/05/2009 - 4 comments
Papua’s plight
International - 8/05/2009 - 3 comments
How conflict is represented in the media
Media - 28/04/2009

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