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Saeb Kasm is a doctoral researcher at Queen Mary, University of London School of Law’s International State Crime Initiative. His research, supervised by Professor Penny Green and Dr. Thomas...
Amelia Smith is a London-based journalist. As Staff Writer for Middle East Monitor she has investigated the human, political and environmental consequences of Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam, land...
24 Feb 2014
ISCI’s 2013 Annual lecture with Ahdaf Soueif
The International State Crime Initiative (ISCI) and The Dickson Poon School of Law proudly host the ISCI’s...
27 Jan 2014
Egypt: 25th January 2011 commemoration video
Statement by the creators, the Mosireen collective:...
10 Dec 2013
ISCI’s Director Professor Penny Green discusses popular protests, civil society and crushing the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt
In an EXCLUSIVE interview with Middle East Monitor (MEMO), ISCI’s Director Professor Penny Green discusses...
10 Dec 2013
Mosireen collective accuses military backed puppet government of attempting to outlaw January 25 revolution
–Please note this video is in Arabic with English subtitles–
7 Nov 2013
State repression of Islamists in Egypt and Tunisia
State repression of Islamists in Egypt and Tunisia persists writes Louisa Loveluck with Ian Patel...
8 Apr 2013
The Necessity of Revolutionary Violence in Egypt
The views expressed in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of ISCI. Philip Rizk*
31 Dec 2012
The Untold Cost of Egypt’s Revolution
31 Jul 2012
Resisting relocation: active communities in revolutionary Egypt
For a brief period in January 2011, the revolutionary promise of Egypt’s uprising seemed limitless. But the eighteen...