Tom Griffin is freelance journalist and researcher. He holds a Ph.D in social and policy sciences from the University of Bath, and is a former Executive Editor of the Irish World.
Published in: Home: AnalysisTroubles bill puts perpetrators before victims, say politicians and bereaved
The families of victims on both sides of the debate have slammed the government’s plan to end criminal investigations
Shocking new evidence could overturn Northern Ireland ruling that became an international blueprint for torture
I “felt like I was drowning or suffocating until I fell on the floor unconscious” - new testimony from survivors of...
Corbyn, McDonnell, and the Irish peace process
Corbyn's sin was to recognise possibilities for political dialogue that the government of the day was not yet ready...
DUP risks turning Northern Ireland into an EU condominium
The implications for the collapse of the Northern Irish Assembly this week could be far reaching...
The problem with the Quilliam Foundation
The Quilliam foundation's focus on radical Islam leaves equally dangerous far-right movements under-investigated.
The UK’s pro-Israel lobby in context
The pro-Israel lobby is not only important in the US, but is a transnational phenomenon, fostered by transnational...