In the media

A Verdict on Change
Fadil Aliriza, with comments by Rhodri C. Williams
Foreign Policy – Democracy Lab, 10 August 2016

Flyktingar riskerar sina liv i Libyen (Refugees risk their lives in Libya)
Li Hellström, interview with Rhodri C. Williams and others on events in Libya
Sveriges Radio P1-Studio Ett (Swedish public radio), 28 August 2014

Nya stridigheter i splittrat Libyen (New clashes in a divided Libya)
Martin Gens, interview with Rhodri C. Williams on events in Libya
Sveriges Radio P1-Morgon (Swedish public radio), 22 July 2014

Vart är Libyen på väg? (Where is Libya headed?)
Johar Bendjelloul, interview with Rhodri C. Williams on events in Libya
Sveriges Radio P1-Morgon (Swedish public radio), 21 March 2014

‘Be persistent, not pushy’ for Swedish career
Peter Vinthagen Simpson, with comments by Rhodri C. Williams
The Local, 22 July 2013

Libyans fight for property rights
Marine Casalis and Huda Abuzeid, with comments by Rhodri C. Williams
Focus, France24, 17 May 2013

Libysk regering trotsar miliser (The Libyan government defies the militias)
Bitte Hammargren, with comments by Rhodri C. Williams
Svenska Dagbladet, 08 April 2013

In Colombia, rural communities face uphill battle for land rights
Kayly Ober, with comments by Rhodri C. Williams
New Security Beat, November 2011

Gottgörelse: en väg till försoning (Reparation: a way to reconciliation)
Stina Thompson, reporting on presentation by Rhodri C. Williams
AmnestyPress, 5 June 2010

Who will pay most for Cambodia’s development?
Includes comments by Rhodri C. Williams
International Construction Review, 25 August 2008

Country for Sale
Adrian Levy and Cathy Scott-Clark, includes comments by Rhodri C. Williams
The Guardian, 26 April 2008

After the war
Fred de Sam Lazaro, includes comments by Rhodri C. Williams
NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, 31 July 2003

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