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The title of my PhD is: 'How systematic were the British Army's war crimes in Iraq between 2003 and 2011?'. It is an examination of the scope and scale of the British Army's perpetration of torture, murder, inhumane treatment and sexual violence during the occupation of Iraq. I have previously had articles published on the British Army's perpetration of torture and sexual violence against Iraqi children, and on other war crimes committed by the British Army in Iraq, in which I used information gathered from Freedom Of Information requests, legal documentation, and reportage by the International Criminal Court.

The title of my MA thesis, which I undertook at King's College London in 'Global Ethics and Human Values', was: 'Was it moral for America, Britain and France to pursue regime change in Syria from 2011 onwards?'. I argued that the Western regime change policy in Syria was immoral; I obtained a Distinction and the award for the best annual dissertation.

Education/Academic qualification

Unknown, Master, Global Ethics and Human Values

22 Sept 20191 Dec 2021

Award Date: 1 Dec 2021

Unknown, Bachelor, Philosophy and Theology (Joint Honours), University of Nottingham

26 Sept 201622 Jul 2019

Award Date: 22 Jul 2019


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