State Crime Research
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6 Oct 2015
Papua New Guinea deserves better than cut and paste journalism
Dr Kristian Lasslett | International State Crime Initiative 6 October 2015...
30 Sep 2015
The Spin Cycle: How Papua New Guinea’s Media Washes Dirty Stories
Dr Kristian Lasslett | International State Crime Initiative 30 September 2015...
22 Sep 2015
Australia’s aid policy and Papua New Guinea: Tackling cultures of corruption
Introductory Statement to the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade, 22 September 2015...
12 Sep 2015
Task-Force Sweep’s integrity has been compromised claims ISCI report
The International State Crime Initiative (ISCI) has published a report which raises serious questions over the...
17 Aug 2015
Tuareg accuse France of promoting Libya’s latest post-NATO war
Vijay Prashad, author of Arab Spring, Libyan Winter (2012) and holder (2013-2014) of the Edward Said Chair at the...
8 Jul 2015
Habib Souaïdia and Algerian state crime
In April 2015, Habib Souaïdia made a rare sortie into the public domain, publishing a serious indictment of the role...
22 Jun 2015
The Oslo Conference to End Myanmar’s Persecution of the Rohingyas
At the Oslo Conference to End Myanmar’s Persecution of Rohingyas held at the Nobel Institute in Oslo, Norway on...
18 Jun 2015
Algeria and the threat of natural disasters
Sometimes dams burst, fires rage, buildings collapse, planes crash. But, although much is said about the causation,...
16 May 2015
[ISCI PRESS RELEASE] Humanitarian crisis affecting Rohingya Muslims is the product of genocide
“The Rohingya are faced with only two options: stay and face annihilation, or flee.” [For immediate release]
14 May 2015
Researching the Rohingya
There is a general reluctance to define an event as genocide until after its occurrence. Our ESRC Urgent Mechanism...