The Christian Science Monitor
- Who’s behind those Nigerian scams?
- Obamatown, Kenya
- Will Rwanda become East Africa’s WiFi hotspot?
- Lunatic Line: Kenya’s fading train
- The beers of Kilimanjaro
- Eid al-Fitr in Zanzibar
- Swahili swerves into the Internet age
- Seacom cable: Could East Africa become an outsourcing hub?
*GlobalPost recently took down a lot of older content. I’m trying to restore access to some of my stories on my blog. Until then, use the contact form (link above) to request a copy of a story if you need one.
The Huffington Post
The Pulitzer Center
- Lebanon’s voices of the future (podcast and article)
- The Global Imagination of Protest, with Anya Schiffrin on the protest movements of 2011.
The Daily Star
- Sky-high cell phone service prices have no easy answer
- Gulf tourists flock to Bhamdoun to escape scorching heat
- Lebanese L’Auberge Espagnol
- More from The Daily Star
California Lawyer Magazine
- The Case for Reentry Courts, November 2012.
- State of emergency: the American Patriot Act and Syria
- Silicosis slowdown: litigation bonanza dries up
*California Lawyer Magazine folded in 2015. Contact me (link above) if you want to see one of these pieces.
SIPA News Magazine
- Sudan and the ICC: The Politics of Justice (PDF, page 5). Winner of Columbia’s Raphael Smith Memorial Prize
I edited a book, From Cairo to Wall Street: Voices from the Global Spring, with Anya Schiffrin (New York: The New Press, 2012).
I co-designed and edited Communique, the newspaper of Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs, throughout 2008.
I researched and wrote for There Will Be Ink (PDF), a study of journalism on the extractive industries in Ghana, Uganda and Nigeria, which I coauthored along with several other Columbia students and Columbia professor Anya Schiffrin.
Many other articles in Lebanon’s Daily Star.