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doc. PhDr. Emil Aslan Souleimanov, Ph.D.
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Office: J3077 (Jinonice Campus)

Email: souleimanov@fsv.cuni.cz

Phone: +420 251 080 437

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Affiliation: Department of Russian and East European Studies, Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague


Position: Associate Professor


Specialization: security and asymmetric conflict (civil war and ethnic conflict; small wars; insurgency and counterinsurgency, radicalization); particularly the ethnography/micro-dynamics of political violence, with emphasis on asymmetric warfare; politics of memory; qualitative methods.


Regional focus: the Caucasus, Russia, the post-Soviet space, to some extent also Turkey and Iran.


Education:

Post-Doc, Fulbright Scholarship, Harvard University (2006-7)

Ph.D. International Relations, Charles University (2005)

LL.M. Peter the Great Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University (2004)

M.A. International Relations, Charles University (2001)

B.A. (equivalent) German and Russian Studies, Charles University (1999)


Publications (complete list of publications with freely accessible texts):

Emil has authored around 30 articles in impacted international journals, including top political science journals (International Security, World Politics), leading security studies journals (Journal of Strategic Studies, Political Violence and Terrorism), area studies journals (Post-Soviet Affairs, Europe-Asia Studies, Middle East Policy, Problems of Post-Communism, Third World Quarterly, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies), and elsewhere (Osteuropa, Small Wars and Insurgencies, Politique étrangère, Caucasus Survey, etc.).


Emil has also authored three English-language monographs: The Individual Disengagement of Avengers, Nationalists, and Jihadists: Why Ex-Militants Choose to Abandon Violence in the North Caucasus (with Huseyn Aliyev), Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014; Understanding Ethnopolitical Conflict: The Wars in Karabakh, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia Reconsidered, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming in 2013; and An Endless War: The Russian-Chechen Conflict in Perspective, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2007.


Three of his English-language monogaphs are currently in print: Iran’s Azerbaijan Question in Evolution: Identity, Society, and Regional Security (with Josef Kraus), Johns Hopkins University, forthcoming in 2016; Asymmetry of Values: How Socio-Cultural Codes Shape Violent Mobilization and Pro-Insurgent Support in Irregular War (with Huseyn Aliyev), Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming in 2017; The North Caucasus: Has Moscow Won?, US Army War College: Strategic Studies Institute, forthcoming in 2017.

Emil has also published in leading Czech-language journals (Mezinárodní vztahy, Slovanský přehled, Moderní dějiny, etc.), in addition to several books and edited volumes on terrorism, energy security, organized crime, post-Soviet politics, political Islam, etc.

He has provided numerous expert analyses and consultancy to the Ministries of Defence and Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Jane’s, Energy Intelligence Group, etc. He has also been the principal investigator or co-investigator of research grants provided by the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic, Grant Agency of Charles University, and the NATO.


Conferences and workshops:

Within the last decade, Emil has taught or attended about 25 international conferences and expert workshops at Harvard University, Columbia University, Georgetown University, Princeton University, Johns Hopkins University, Boston University, etc.


Taught courses:

Emil currently teaches the following courses:


Issues in Russian and Eurasian Security

Radicalization and De-Radicalization

Historiography and Nationalism in Central Eurasia

Ethnopolitical Conflicts in the Caucasus

Society and Culture in Central Eurasia

Modern History of the Caucasus

Modern History of Turkey





doc. PhDr. Emil Aslan Souleimanov, Ph.D.






Contact:

Office: J3077 (Jinonice Campus)

Email: souleimanov@fsv.cuni.cz

Phone: +420 251 080 437

Academia.edu

Google Scholar


Affiliation: Department of Russian and East European Studies, Institute of International Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague


Position: Associate Professor


Specialization: security and asymmetric conflict (civil war and ethnic conflict; small wars; insurgency and counterinsurgency, radicalization); particularly the ethnography/micro-dynamics of political violence, with emphasis on asymmetric warfare; politics of memory; qualitative methods.


Regional focus: the Caucasus, Russia, the post-Soviet space, to some extent also Turkey and Iran.


Education:

Post-Doc, Fulbright Scholarship, Harvard University (2006-7)

Ph.D. International Relations, Charles University (2005)

LL.M. Peter the Great Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University (2004)

M.A. International Relations, Charles University (2001)

B.A. (equivalent) German and Russian Studies, Charles University (1999)


Publications (complete list of publications with freely accessible texts):

Emil has authored around 30 articles in impacted international journals, including top political science journals (International Security, World Politics), leading security studies journals (Journal of Strategic Studies, Political Violence and Terrorism), area studies journals (Post-Soviet Affairs, Europe-Asia Studies, Middle East Policy, Problems of Post-Communism, Third World Quarterly, Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies), and elsewhere (Osteuropa, Small Wars and Insurgencies, Politique étrangère, Caucasus Survey, etc.).


Emil has also authored three English-language monographs: The Individual Disengagement of Avengers, Nationalists, and Jihadists: Why Ex-Militants Choose to Abandon Violence in the North Caucasus (with Huseyn Aliyev), Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014; Understanding Ethnopolitical Conflict: The Wars in Karabakh, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia Reconsidered, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming in 2013; and An Endless War: The Russian-Chechen Conflict in Perspective, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2007.


Three of his English-language monogaphs are currently in print: Iran’s Azerbaijan Question in Evolution: Identity, Society, and Regional Security (with Josef Kraus), Johns Hopkins University, forthcoming in 2016; Asymmetry of Values: How Socio-Cultural Codes Shape Violent Mobilization and Pro-Insurgent Support in Irregular War (with Huseyn Aliyev), Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming in 2017; The North Caucasus: Has Moscow Won?, US Army War College: Strategic Studies Institute, forthcoming in 2017.

Emil has also published in leading Czech-language journals (Mezinárodní vztahy, Slovanský přehled, Moderní dějiny, etc.), in addition to several books and edited volumes on terrorism, energy security, organized crime, post-Soviet politics, political Islam, etc.

He has provided numerous expert analyses and consultancy to the Ministries of Defence and Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Jane’s, Energy Intelligence Group, etc. He has also been the principal investigator or co-investigator of research grants provided by the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic, Grant Agency of Charles University, and the NATO.


Conferences and workshops:

Within the last decade, Emil has taught or attended about 25 international conferences and expert workshops at Harvard University, Columbia University, Georgetown University, Princeton University, Johns Hopkins University, Boston University, etc.


Taught courses:

Emil currently teaches the following courses:


Issues in Russian and Eurasian Security

Radicalization and De-Radicalization

Historiography and Nationalism in Central Eurasia

Ethnopolitical Conflicts in the Caucasus

Society and Culture in Central Eurasia

Modern History of the Caucasus

Modern History of Turkey