Published articles: 

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
In France, even the rats have rights - on France's pro-rodent activists 
Robuchon found exacting ways to prepare simple French food - obituary of chef Joël Robuchon 
France begins release of hundreds of radicalized inmates 
Macron tries to shore up support for French economic overhaul
World Cup win triggers identity anxiety in multiethnic France
French court rules in favor of humanitarian aid to illegal migrants
France files crimes against humanity charges against building company in Syria
How tariffs are rippling through U.S. industries - bourbon in Europe

THE ATLANTIC
Why it's difficult for former prisoners to become lawyers 
How long can Connecticut's prison reform last? 

THE ECONOMIST
“120 BPM” is a passionate tribute to gay activism 
How “Oslo” turned diplomatic negotiation into compelling theatre

TABLET MAGAZINE
A survival struggle for Britain's jewish communities

THE FINANCIAL TIMES
Macho ‘brogrammer’ culture still nudging women out of tech
How edible seaweed could combat plastic pollution
Crops take root in unlikely city spaces
Does online hate speech drive attacks against refugees?
Brain scans and DNA tests personalise mental healthcare
Neural networks allow us to ‘read faces’ in a new way
Europe’s half a million landfill sites potentially worth a fortune 
The world watches Reykjavik’s digital democracy experiment 
DJ system powered by solar panels and bikes 
‘Invisibility cloak’ metamaterials make their way into products
Wine CEO tries sharing his shares 
Universities fuel digital powerhouse in Leeds, England 
Restaurant review: Koffee, New Haven
Restaurant review: Town Hall, New Delhi 
Restaurant review: The Ivy, Los Angeles 

THE WASHINGTON POST
Child labor: the inconvenient truth behind India's growth 

THE LOS ANGELES REVIEW OF BOOKS
Review essay on Locked In by John Pfaff

THE TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT
Review of Why Buddhism is True by Robert Wright 

THOMSON REUTERS
In south India 13,000 bonded labourers identified but still not free 

HAARETZ
A startup hopes to grow aquatic vegetables on your kitchen counter 
UK PM announces $4.9 million for British-Israeli medical research 
Netanyahu makes campaign stop to French Jews in Jerusalem 

YALE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
Europe's first chief diplomat reflects - an interview with Catherine Ashton
Will humans go the way of horses? A podcast with Stephen Roach