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Media, faith and security

Protecting Freedom of Expression in Religious Context

Studying at Cambridge


Michael Clark


Michael David Clark is a PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge. He is undertaking a comparative analysis of the relationship between identity and foreign policy in the Lebanese Hezbollah and the Iraqi Sadrist Movement, in particular towards the ‘Arab Spring’ and the Syrian Civil War. More broadly, Michael’s interests cover the politics of Iraq, Syria and Lebanon.

This project is designed to open up debate on a difficult subject: A debate about freedom of expression and freedom of belief and how to balance freedoms with protections, rights with limits?

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