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Talking to the terrorists…

Earlier this week, in conversation with another academic, I was accused of “compromising my academic integrity” by talking with terrorists. At first, I was taken by surprise by this principally because I’m largely unaware that I had any academic integrity … Continue reading

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Revisiting terrorism…

After a long absence, I’m in the process of blog resurrection (the cliched timing of said resurrection and the New Year sickens me too…). When I started these posts a few years ago, it was with the intention of starting … Continue reading

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Criminalizing Courage…or the lack thereof

Don’t lie. If you are found out you may not be trusted by your friends. Worse still, lie about something you did, or indeed, in respect to the Stolen Valor Act of 2005, something you didn’t do, and you may … Continue reading

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In our own words…

Early yesterday, I spoke with a man recently returned from his third military deployment to Afghanistan in as many years. His most recent tour was in a different uniform , that of a private military contractor rather than as a … Continue reading

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An uncomfortable morality…

Julian Assange has had a busy year. In a short space of time he has managed to make multiple headlines and countless enemies as the figurehead and catalyst of a unique free speech movement; Wikileaks. A runner-up for Time Magazine’s, “Man of … Continue reading

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Making a case for courage…

The world does not need another blog. More importantly, it does not need another blog about courage. It may, however, need just one about courage in the workplace. The aim of this site is to provide an outlet for that … Continue reading

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