Kirsten Sellars

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Kirsten Sellars "is a UK-based journalist and writer specialising in international affairs. She has written for many broadsheets and periodicals, including The Times, Guardian, Daily Telegraph, Los Angeles Times, Australian, New Statesman, Spectator, International Affairs and Vogue. She has recently delivered speeches and lectures at the London School of Economics, the University of Oxford, and the Institute of Contemporary Arts, as well as contributing on international law to the Radio 4 programme, The Commission. Her first book, The Rise and Rise of Human Rights, was nominated as one of the books of the year, 2002, in the New Statesman. Her next book, Hard Peace, on the United Nations, is forthcoming. Her PhD, which examines the concept of aggression in international law, is supported by a College of Arts and Social Sciences research scholarship. She lectures occasionally on the law school’s Civil Liberties and Human Rights course." [1]

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  1. Kirsten Sellars, University of Aberdeen, accessed January 5, 2009.