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ISCI launches new academic journal: State Crime

ISCI State Crime Journal Publication

The International State Crime Initiative is delighted to announce the publication of the first issue of State Crime, launched at King’s College London by Noam Chomsky in October last year.

The contents of this first issue is as follows:


The Advance of State Crime Scholarship

Penny Green, Tony Ward and Kristian Lasslett


Changing Contours of World Order

Noam Chomsky

From the Horse’s Mouth: Research on Perpetrators in Guatemala

Jennifer Schirmer

State Torture: Interviewing Perpetrators, Discovering Facilitators, Theorizing Cross-Nationally – Proposing “Torture 101”

Martha K. Huggins

British State Complicity in Genocide: Rwanda 1994

Hazel Cameron

Between Crime and Doxa: Researching the Worlds of State-Corporate Elites

David Whyte

Public Criminology, Victim Agency and Researching State Crime

Michael Grewcock

Power, Struggle and State Crime: Researching through Resistance

Kristian Lasslett


S. Pickering, Women, Borders, and Violence: Current Issues in Asylum, Forced Migration, and Trafficking

Ratna Kapur

A. Alvarez, Genocidal Crimes

Nestar Russell

R. Dienst, The Bonds of Debt: Borrowing against the Common Good

Steve Tombs


Please visit our Journal page for further details, including information regarding subscriptions.