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Mohammad Alkhateeb


An aspiring barrister with an interest in the intersection point between law, politics, society and international affairs. A political science graduate from the University of Liverpool, he then went on to complete a Master’s in Law at the University of Brighton. In a professional capacity, Mohammad has formerly written for and edited law publications and has worked on legal cases including the forced eviction of the Massai tribe from Ngorongoro in Tanzania, the privatisation of public bodies in Saudi Arabia and the extension of the metro lines in Greater Cairo. 


His focus with regard to geopolitical affairs includes dynamics within the MENA region and its interactions with the rest of the world and the evolution of Sub-Saharan Africa. He is equally fascinated by issues of nation-building, the role of international courts and tribunals, peace and conflict and takes particular notice of the historical background to current affairs.

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