1st year Phd. Candidate at University of Kent.
Dabbler in critical approaches to International law, at the moment focusing specifically on the theoretical inconsistency between traditional idea of territorial sovereignty in International law and counter terrorism networks.
Questioner of orthodox knowledge established by the status quo.
Thinker of new ways to describe history of International law-Specifically spatial approach to re describing the history of International law.
Interested in Critical Geography , human and Cultural, and the ideas of social construction of life and law.
On a quest to find out how space has been used as a means of control through history of international law in a far more complex way than assumed-by means of territorial expansion, networks of power and place making of the ‘other’.
Ahmed Raza Memon