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9 Nov 2016
Report on In Amenas: Inquest Cover-Up and Western Involvement in Algerian State Crimes – Jeremy Keenan
CLICK HERE FOR JEREMY KEENAN’S FULL REPORT...
1 Dec 2014
Q. When is an “expert” not an expert? A. At the In Amenas inquest.
The inquest into the deaths of six British nationals and one UK resident killed in the terrorist attack on the In...
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...
14 May 2014
Still the Enemy Within – The Secret State and the Strike – Penny Green & Seumas Milne
This day-long event celebrated the start of the great miners strike by bringing together film premiers, long lost...
The Political and Military Value of the “Set Piece” Killing Tactic in East Tyrone 1983–1992 (Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2014, pp. 50-72)
The period from 1983 to 1992 witnessed an intensification of the state use of the Special air Services (SaS) in the...
Wars of Choice or Crime? The National Interest, State Crime and Official Overseas British Military Interventions Since 1945 (Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2014, pp. 29-49)
Since 1945 British governments, as a matter of official policy, have undertaken a number of military interventions...
11 Nov - 11 Nov 2013
Lecture by Professor Richard Falk titled ‘Severe State Crime and Double Standards’
ISCI and The Dickson Poon School of Law are pleased to host a lecture by Professor Richard Falk. He will give a lecture...
10 Oct 2013
The In Amenas “cover up”
In my previous article on In Amenas, published on this website in May, I spoke of the need for an international...
Prison as a Liberated Zone: The Murals of Long Kesh, Northern Ireland (Vol. 2, No. 2, Spring 2012, pp. 149-172)
In Northern Ireland’s Long Kesh prison in the late 1980s and 1990s, prisoners from each of the loyalist and...
11 Aug 2013
The case of the lonely librarian: American injustice for British people
The case of the lonely librarian: American injustice for British people...