My takes, both hot and cold, tend to appear on Twitter and on these two blogs:
CIPS Blog: “A venue for University of Ottawa faculty to share their insights and observations on international affairs”; named among the “Top 60 Foreign Policy Blog in the World” in 2017. Run by the Center for International Policy Studies, uOttawa [author tag]
The Disorder of Things: “Being a group blog devoted to the critical inquiry of global politics, but with a Decided Preference for the Normative, the Philosophical, and the Political. For the Relentless Criticism of all Existing Conditions since October Two Thousand & Ten.” The winner of the ISA Best Group Blog Award 2013 (voting organized, and award presented, by Sage and The Duck of Minerva at the 2013 International Studies Association Convention). [author tag]
I have written for, have been interviewed by, and/or had my research featured in, a number of mainstream media outlets across television, radio, and print. Alphabetically: Al Jazeera, Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC Radio), British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC Mundo), Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC News), Dani (Sarajevo), Diário de Notícias (Lisbon), Forget-the-Box (Montreal), Global News (Vancouver), iPolitics (Ottawa), L’Actualité (Montreal), La Presse (Montreal), Le Devoir (Montreal), Le Parisien, Maclean’s, Montreal Gazette, NOW Magazine (Toronto), Ottawa Citizen, Radio BiH (Sarajevo), RTV Slovenija, Ouest-France (Rennes), Radio Canada International, Radio Canada-Dimanche magazine, Swarajya (Chennai), The Canadian Press, The Globe and Mail, The Hill Times (Ottawa), The Guardian, The Straits Times (Singapore), The Washington Post, and Yahoo News.
Same goes for the more specialist outlets: Australian Outlook, Ceasefire, Conference of Defence Associations Institute Forum, FrontLine Defence, ISQ Blog, The Macdonald-Laurier Institute’s Inside Policy Magazine, Open Canada, openDemocracy, Sustainable Security, The Conversation-Australia, The Conversation-Canada, and World Policy Journal.
Important message to the fourth (and fifth) estate: I am VERY happy to talk to journalists | TRÈS heureux de parler aux journalistes! BUT I see that journalists quote more male voices than female by a wide margin–I get the latest numbers in the Canadian newsmediascape from Informed Opinions. SO, I think you should help reduce this margin by first checking out the expert lists maintained by Women in International Security Canada (@WIISCanada) or the U.S.-based @womenalsoknow.