Recent books, academic publications and media articles.


BOOKS

This collection examines how the War on Drugs has reproduced racial and ethnic divisions across the world. Bringing together experts from multiple continents, this book looks at the failings of drug prohibition from racialised drugs policing at festivals in the UK to the necropolitical wars in Juarez, Mexico, detailing the urgent need to reform our approach to drug laws


Academic

Order is the Best We Can Hope For: Sicario and the Sacrificial Violence of the Law” published in Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media Vol. 39, No.2 (Spring 2017)
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Satan is Black” – Frantz Fanon’s Juridico-Theology of Racialisation and Damnation
published in Law, Culture and the Humanities (November 2017)
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The Vitorian recovery and the (re)turn towards a sacrificial international law published in London Review of International Law, Vol.6, No.3 (March 2019)
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Drug Prohibition and the End of Human Rights
published in Susannah Wilson (ed) Prohibition (London: Routledge 2019)
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Media

Is Britain in Control Yet published in The Nation (December 2018)
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The Brexiteers’ idea of how WTO rules would work is pure fantasy published in The Guardian (December 2018)
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Britain’s Blindness published in Dissent (February 2019)
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Michael Gove and other Conservatives show their deep hypocrisy on drug use published in the Washington Post (June 2019)
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How Britain’s tax havens imperilled the welfare state published in the New Statesman (December 2019)
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The Battle to Frame the Defeat published in Dissent (December 2019)
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Democracy in focus: the undead state published in Red Pepper January 2020)
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Coronavirus Could Transform the International Order published in Tribune (March 2020)
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Cannabis and Capitalism: The Question of Ownership Within Drug Policy Reform published in Common Wealth (April 2020)
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Systemic racism and police brutality are British problems too published in The Guardian (June 2020)
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Britain needs a truth and reconciliation commission, not another racism inquiry published in The Guardian (June 2020)
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