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About Finn Bowen

Based: Australia

Articles Written

Australia and Asylum Seekers: Media Perspectives

by Finn Bowen

Thu 13th Dec 2012
The issue is not 'boat people' but imperialist expansion explains Finn Bowen ... [read more]

The teratoid of US foreign policy

by Finn Bowen

Sat 3rd Nov 2012
Since the United States Declaration of Independence in 1776, the US has struggled with its foreign policy and its perceived role within global politics. Finn Bowen discusses the past, present and future of US foreign policy... [read more]

The psychological damage of warfare

by Finn Bowen

Tue 18th Sep 2012
Since the federation of Australia in 1901, more than 100,000 young men have died, fighting to protect their country. But the real victims here were those affected psychologically, writes Finn Bowen. ... [read more]

Spot the Difference: Public Relations and Journalism

by Finn Bowen

Tue 4th Sep 2012
Finn Bowen asks that in light of the possible convergence of Public Relations and Journalism - once completely separate professions - can we ‘trust the truth’ the media portray? ... [read more]

Melinda Taylor: The Spy That Got Away?

by Finn Bowen

Fri 31st Aug 2012
On the 7th of June 2012, Melinda Taylor and three other ICC delegates were arrested in the city of Zintan in Libya by Zintani militia. How should the Australian media handle the story? Finn Bowen takes a look.... [read more]