Books & Book Chapters
- Deep Field: Humanitarian Dispatches: Hardie Grant Publishing (Melbourne & London) 2014
- “The social impact of Typhoon Bopha on indigenous communities, livelihoods and conflict in Mindanao”. Chapter in Michele Companion (Ed) Disaster’s on Livelihoods and Cultural Survival, Taylor & Francis, March 2014.
- “‘Lots of rabbits about this year’: fragments from the war correspondence of Private Charles Harlock, Australian Imperial Force, Abroad” Griffith Review 48 (2015).
- “Homage to Darfur” Gesher 2012
- “How to Survive an Earthquake” Griffith Review 35 (2012)
- “The Mission” Granta 117 (2011).
- “Political Complexities of Humanitarian Intervention in the Pakistan Earthquake” (with Jawad Hussein Qureshi) Journal of Humanitarian Assistance (Feinstein International Centre, Tufts University) January 2007.
- “Democratisation, economic reform and human rights in Poland” Eras Journal (Monash University) November 2006.
- “Humanitarian intervention in a sovereign state: the political fault-lines of the Pakistan earthquake” Humanitarian Exchange 34 (Overseas Development Institute, UK) July 2006.
- “Can constitutional structures be used to restore peace and stability to post-conflict societies?” Dialogue (University of Queensland) 3 (3) January 2006.
- “Bely and the Mongols: Geopolitical Visions in Andrey Bely’s Petersburg” Contemporary Europe Research Centre Working Paper Series (University of Melbourne) 2005.
- “Hordes and Massed Machines: Samuel Huntington in Russia” Traffic 7 (University of Melbourne) 2005.
- “The Balkans in the British Imagination: Perceptions of the South Eastern Europe in Rebecca West’s Black Lamb Grey Falcon and Edith Durham’s High Albania”, CEESA Review (Deakin University), May 2005.
- “Reflections of a humanitarian aid worker: an interview with Tom Bamforth” Devpolicy (ANU Development Policy Centre) 30 July 2014 with Margaret Callan.
- “Mixing science with belief: how climate change became an acceptable topic in Tuvalu” (case study) World Disasters Report 2014 (IFRC)
- “Turning our backs on foreign aid” Saturday Paper 21/6/2014
- “Antonovs, technicals and the insane logic of war in the desert” Inside Story 26/3/2014
- “The human costs of cutting aid” Arena Magazine (127) Dec/Jan 2014
- “Typhoon Bopha survivors languish in ‘uninhabitable’ homes as funding shortfall stalls recovery efforts” AlertNet (Thomson/Reuters) 25/3/2013
- “Sluggish relief a blow to typhoon-hit Philippines” South China Morning Post 18/2/2013
- “Disasters and development in the Philippines: why scaling up to Typhoon Bopha is critical” AlertNet (Thomson/Reuters) 14/2/2013
- “Field notes from the Thai-Burma border” Arena Magazine (110) Feb/March 2011
- “Sudan’s future is hostage to precarious vote” The Age 2/12/2010
- “Do not judge Pakistan through the prism of the war on terror” The Age 5/2/2008
- “World turns a blind eye to genocide” The Age 20/6/2008
- Useful Enemies: When Waging Wars is More Important than Winning Them, David Keen. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012 – Inside Story 18/2/2013
- Economic Reform in Developing Countries, edited by José Maria Fanelli & Lyn Squire. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2008 – Progress in Development (London School of Economics) October 2010 (10) 4.
- Westminster Legacies – Democracy and Responsible Government in
Asia and the Pacific, edited by Haig Patapan, John Wanna and Patrick Weller. Sydney: UNSW Press, 2005 – Dialogue (University of Queensland) 3(3) January 2006
- “Real Time Evaluation of Typhoon Haiyan Response, Philippines” International Federation of Red Cross (March 2014)
- “Building local capacity for DRR and climate change adaptation in the Pacific – a Red Cross perspective” UNISDR Global Assessment Report on DRR, Australian Red Cross (February 2014)
- “Review of Tonga Red Cross Disaster Management Program” Australian Red Cross (March 2011)
- “Gender integration in disaster preparedness (literature review)” Australian Red Cross (February 2010)