T.J. Collins is an essayist and critic from Sydney, Australia. He has written about Hizb ut-Tahir and its hopes for the restoration of the khilafah in Iraq; Gore Vidal's life and death; Iran's nuclear program and the prevailing state of nuclear disorder; Miki Dora; nuclear disarmament and nuclear proliferation, as well as Lance Armstrong and the ethics of doping, the economy and Tony Blair. His writing has appeared in New Statesman, Arena journal and the Canberra Times, among other journals, magazines, newspapers and websites. His interests include art [contemporary, dada, the Dutch masters], design, fashion, history, literature, politics, and issues of class and race. You can contact him here.