Muhammad Idrees Ahmad

Muhammad Idrees Ahmad is a London-based writer with a doctorate in sociology and a focus on international conflicts. He is the author of The Road to Iraq: The Making of a Neoconservative War (Edinburgh University Press). His writings have appeared in The New RepublicThe AtlanticAl Jazeera(America and International), Le Monde DiplomatiqueGuernicaThe NationalAdbustersIPS NewsPolitical Insight and the London Review of Books Blog. He has also appeared as an on-air analyst on the BBC, Al Jazeera, RAI TV, Radio Open Source and various Pacifica channels. He is a Lecturer in Journalism at the University for the Creative Arts and he co-edits Pulsemedia.org. You can follow him on Twitter: @im_pulse


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A Dangerous Method: Syria, Sy Hersh, and the Art of Mass-crime Revisionism
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