Kris LasslettExecutive Board
Kristian Lasslett is Lecturer in Criminology at the University of Ulster, and sits on the Executive Board of the International State Crime Initiative. He is joint Editor-in-Chief of State Crime, a leading international peer reviewed journal, and Editor of The State Testimony Project, the first online casebook for state crime studies. Kristian’s research focuses on criminogenic intersections of state-corporate power, and the communities of resistance that emerge in opposition. This focus has been operationalised through fieldwork on the extractive industries – with a landmark study on the Bougainville conflict – in addition to corruption, land-grabbing and forced eviction. Kristian has published on a range of subjects in leading international journals and edited collections, including scientific method, state theory, action research methodologies, state-corporate crime, state terrorism, and forced eviction. He is also a regular commentator in the international media, and has issued two reports on corporate criminality through the International State Crime Initiative. His first book State Crime on the Margins of Empire was published by Pluto Press in August 2014
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15 Sep 2014
State Terror and The Bougainville Conflict: Testimony Project
Perched on the north-west tip of the Solomon Islands archipelago, Bougainville forms part of Papua New Guinea’s (PNG)
15 Sep 2014
The Demolition of Paga Hill: Testimony Project
It was Saturday 12 May 2012. Paga Hill’s Seventh Day Adventist Church was beginning its morning service as usual;
15 Sep 2014
ISCI Co-Authors Report on State-Corporate Crime in Papua New Guinea
Jubilee Australia Research Centre, in collaboration with partners at the International State Crime Initiative (ISCI)
11 Aug 2014
Why Bougainville Landowners Oppose Rio Tinto’s Return
Once more Rio Tinto subsidiary Bougainville Copper Limited (BCL) is in the headlines, after the Autonomous Bougainville...
24 Jul 2014
ISCI Condemns Demolition Exercise at Paga Hill
UK Human Rights Body Condemns Demolition Exercise at Paga Hill...
22 Jul 2014
MH17 is a crime, and so is the reckless bombardment of all civilian spaces
The great critic of American foreign policy, Noam Chomsky, has a simple yet controversial technique for identifying...
18 Jul 2014
International Crimes, International Headlines – Comparing MH17 and Gaza
Today, global audiences are reeling from the devastation of two international crimes.* One involves the downed MH17...
29 Mar 2013
From Civil War To The Boardroom
Internment camps, the mortaring of children, aerial bombardments, assassinations, rape, and the denial of humanitarian...
7 Mar 2013
The Politics of Eulogies: Contrast Hugo Chavez and President Suharto
The obituaries of major political figures are a defining moment where double standards are displayed in unashamed...
26 Feb 2013
Bougainville: Rio Tinto faces war crimes allegations in bid to reopen mine
British-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto is seriously contemplating reopening its Bougainville copper and gold...