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Mohammad I. Aslam

Mohammad I. Aslam

  • PhD students

PhD Candidate

Research subject areas

  • Conflict and security

Contact details


Mohammad is a doctoral candidate at the Institute of Middle Eastern Studies, King’s College London. He holds a BA in Politics with History from MMU and an MA in International Relations from the University of Manchester. Concurrent to his studies, Mohammad has been a contributing editor for the Montreal Review Journal, a featured writer at Foreign Policy Journal and both a PhD forum facilitator as well as Graduate Teaching Assistant for his department.

Doctoral Research

Between the State and Resistance: Inside the Strategic Duality of
Lebanese Hezbollah

Research Interests

  • Asymmetric Engagement and Political Violence (MENA)
  • Resilience and Resistance in Low-Intensity Conflict
  • Espionage and Counter-Surveillance
  • Techno-Securitization and the impact on Socio-Political Security
  • Humans, Asymmetry and Lethal Autonomous weapons   


Professor Jeroen Gunning (Primary), Dr James Scott (Secondary)