Nada Ali

Nada Ali

Lecturer, SOAS School of Law, University of London

Nada is a full-time lecturer at SOAS Law School. Nada’s research is primarily concerned with International Law and the impact of international institutions (laws, norms and organizations) on developing countries and is themed around governance, development and democratisation. Her early academic work used game theory to gauge the effects of prosecutions by the International Criminal Court on internal political dynamics in developing countries; using Sudan as a case study. She has also conducted research on the construction of the Merowe Dam in North Sudan to study patterns of mobilization around environmental struggles for the Economic and Social research Council (ESRC). Her research on the Merowe Dam uses tools and methodologies borrowed from international relations, media studies and political science. She is currently writing a book on the politics of international criminal law using Sudan as a paradigmatic case study.

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