Washington Post

  • "Did U.S. aid win hearts and minds in Afghanistan? Yes and no." 6 January 2017 link
  • "What does informed consent mean when conducting a field experiment?" 14 April 2015 link
  • "The spoils of peace in Afghanistan," 26 September 2014 link

Heinrich Boell Stiftung

  • "Examining Afghanistan's electoral results," 7 August 2014 link
  • "How to win an Afghan election," 10 February 2014 link

Afghanistan Watch/Rockefeller Brothers Fund

  • "Natural Resources and Conflict in Afghanistan: Seven Case Studies, Major Trends and Implications for the Transition," July 2012 link // link

The Guardian

  • "Rafael Correa's domestic agenda behind Ecuador's Assange asylum," 17 August 2012 link
  • "Ecuador's referendum message to Rafael Correa," 17 May 2011 link
  • "Ecuador's police revolt is a timely coup for its President," 1 Oct 2010 link
  • "Hung Parliaments can have happy endings," 6 May 2010 link
  • "Election 2010: The incumbency effect," 4 May 2010 link
  • "Election 2010: Why the centre-left dilemma just got more frustrating," 30 April 2010 link
  • "How tactical voting will decide this election," 28 April 2010 link
  • "How to woo the undecided voters," 24 April 2010 link
  • "Cameron must 'do God' to get vote," 19 April 2010 link
  • "David Cameron has failed to unite the right," 13 April 2010 link
  • "Election 2010: Tackling the Shy Tory problem," 8 April 2010 link
  • "Election 2010: The fence-sitters fortnight," 6 April 2010 link

Foreign Policy

  • "Crashing Britain's Two-Party System," 6 May 2010 link

FiveThirtyEight

@ the New York Times

  • "Analyzing a Sea Change in Canada," 3 May 2011 link
  • "For Canada's New Democrats, a Cautionary Tale in Britain," 2 May 2011 link
  • "And the Award for Best Dictator Goes To...," 25 February 2011 link
  • "The South Sudanese Referendum Won't Depend on the Diaspora," 10 January 2011 link
  • "Complex Formulas Governing the Afghan Elections," 17 September 2010 link

Full archive at the New York Times link

@ original 538

  • "Kyrgyzstan on the Edge of Even Greater Ethnic Strife," 3 July 2010 link
  • "The World Cup is not for Wimps," 30 June 2010 link
  • "Santos Wins Convincingly in Colombia," 21 June 2010 link
  • "Con-Lib Pact Brings Cameron to PM's Chair" 12 May 2010 link
  • "Selection Bias in UK Polling (Part 2): Internet Polling," 18 April 2010 link
  • "Selection Bias in UK Polling (Part 1): Cellphones," 18 April 2010 link
  • "Iraqi Election Goes Down to the Wire," 25 March 2010 link
  • "Livestock Micro-finance an Option for the Future?," 20 February 2010 link
  • "Haiti and the United States Inextricably Linked," 13 January 2010 link
  • "Afghanistan -- US Politics in 2010," 8 January 2010 link 
  • "Quietly, Japan is Changing Course," 16 October 2009 link
  • "The Senate was the Right Place for Ted Kennedy," 26 August 2009 link
  • "Afghanistan: 2004 Results and 2009 Polling," 19 August 2009 link
  • "Obama's Peril in Afghanistan?," 17 August 2009 link
  • "Iranian Leadership Split on Response," 19 June 2009 link 
  • "Iran Does Have Some Fishy Numbers," 15 June 2009 link
  • "Polling and Voting in Iran's Friday Election," 12 June 2009 link
  • "The World Owned the Election Too," 31 March 2009 link

Full archive of articles at FiveThirtyEight from 2008-2010  link