Ed Vulliamy is a writer for the Guardian and Observer. In 2013, he won the award for literary reporting named after the Polish writer, Ryszard Kapuściński for his book, Amexica: War Along the Borderline. His most recent book, The War is Dead, Long Live the War: Bosnia – The Reckoning, an analysis of the Bosnian war, was published in 2012.
Published in: Can Europe Make It?British perfidy in Greece: a story worth remembering
It was the day, seventy years ago this Tuesday, when the British Army at war with Germany switched their allegiance,...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?Srebrenica: the world fails, but never one’s own government
There are cogent reasons – international, historical and domestic to Britain – why this year's Srebrenica massacre...
Derry on the 42nd anniversary of Bloody Sunday
It is a good time to reflect on how the City of Culture in Derry, the cradle of political creativity in the 1960’s,...
Ikaria: a reply to Anthony on the 'secret of longevity'
Ikaria is everything that our society, our obsessive consumerism, our corporate madness, our worship of technology,...
Srebrenica: genocide and memory
Exodus into no man's land
In this report from the Bosnian war in August 1992, Ed Vulliamy describes joining a convoy of Muslims bullied and...