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24 Nov 2016
Aung San Suu Kyi is legitimizing genocide in Myanmar
As Myanmar’s Rohingya ethnic minority enter a new and terrifying phase of persecution, Aung San Suu Kyi’s...
20 Jun - 20 Jun 2016
[VIDEO] State Crime Special Issue Launch: Palestine, Palestinians and Israel’s State Criminality
Journal of the International State Crime Initiative Volume 5, Number 1, Spring 2016...
21 Apr 2016
Thank you Hillary! Secretary Clinton’s ‘emailgate’ revelations about Algerian state crimes
18 Apr - 18 Apr 2016
14 + 18 April 2016 – ‘Genocide Now in Burma & Sudan: Lessons from the Recent Past’
We hosted two panel events jointly with Waging Peace. Thursday 14 April, Committee Room 3A, House of Lords, 3-4.30pm.
28 Jan - 28 Jan 2016
[2015/16 SEMINAR SERIES] ‘The Crisis of Civilization and the Systemic Causes of Mass Violence’ – Dr Nafeez Ahmed
ISCI hosted its second State Crime Seminar Series delivered by Dr Nafeez Ahmed. Nafeez is an award-winning...
23 Nov 2015
Terrorist attacks in Paris and Bamako
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...
13 Oct 2014
#2 Live Blog by Mehmet Kurt on Demonstrations in Mardin, Turkey
The small town of Siirt, Kurtalan, has been the scene of intense protests in the last few days. Demonstrators set the...
12 Oct 2014
Live Blog by Mehmet Kurt on Demonstrations in Mardin, Turkey
Last night was a long one. The demonstrations continued almost all night long and in the morning the remnants of the...
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)