Dr Alexander Marshall

  • Senior Lecturer (History)

telephone: 01413308581
email: Alexander.Marshall@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

Latest publication: Afghanistan: How the West Lost Its Way (Yale University Press, ISBN: 978-0300154573)

Research interests:

  • Russian/Soviet military and political history
  • The Caucasus and Central Asia
  • Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Afghanistan
  • Counter-Insurgency and Revolutionary War
  • Drug smuggling and Marxist political economy

Grants

  • 'Asian Security in Trans-National Perspective, 1800-2006' - one year grant from the British Academy (£2,000) commenced 1st January 2006.
  • ‘Asian Security in Trans-National Perspective, 1800-200’ - one year grant (£400), Control Risks Group, commenced 1st March 2006.
  • ‘Soviet Rule in the Caucasus’ - one year grant from the British Academy (£2,000) commenced 1st January 2008.
  • Chancellor's Fund grant (University of Glasgow), 2011 (£2,000).
  • Kelvin-Smith Fellowship (University of Glasgow), 2011.
  • LINKSCH project (European Commission 7th Framework programme of research): Grasping the links in the chain - understanding the unintended consequences of international counter-narcotics measures for the EU.

Supervision

  • Rami Desai (part-time Ph.D): insurgency and unrest in NE India (Naxalite movement)
  • Allan Gillies (full-time PhD funded by a Kelvin Smith Studentship): Reducing the Flow of Cocaine into the UK?  The politics of counter-drug measures on the Andean transit-chain, 2000-2010
  • Steinar Skaar (full-time PhD funded by a scholarship from the Norwegian Defence University College): Does Coercive Theory Pass the Test? A theoretical Examination and Case Study of the Utility of Coercive Theory in Contemporary Conflicts with emphasis on the Afghan conflict

Teaching

Honours Courses:

  • 'The Russian Empire, Expansion & National Identity, 1860-1953 '
  • 'Russian/Soviet Conceptions of National Security in a Changing World, 1856 to the Present.’
  • Honours Special Subject - 'Lenin and Leninism.  History is not a Neutral Subject'

Postgraduate courses:

Additional information

Scholarly activities

Publications

List by: Type | Date

Jump to: 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003
Number of items: 13.

2011

Bird, T., and Marshall, A. (2011) Afghanistan: How the West Lost its Way. Yale University Press, New Haven, CT. ISBN 9780300154573

Marshall, A. (2011) Russian views on the future of transatlantic relations. In: Dorman, A.M. and Kaufman, J.P. (eds.) The Future of Transatlantic Relations : Perceptions, Policy and Practice. Series: Stanford Security Series . Stanford University Press, pp. 174-190. ISBN 9780804771962

2010

Marshall, A. (2010) Imperial nostalgia, the liberal lie, and the perils of postmodern counterinsurgency. Small Wars and Insurgencies, 21 (2). pp. 233-258. ISSN 0959-2318 (doi:10.1080/09592318.2010.481407)

Marshall, A. (2010) The Caucasus Under Soviet Rule. Series: Routledge studies in the history of Russia and Eastern Europe, 12 . Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415410120

2009

Marshall, A. (2009) The Terek people's republic, 1918: coalition government in the Russian revolution. Revolutionary Russia, 22 (2). pp. 203-221. ISSN 0954-6545 (doi:10.1080/09546540903274717 )

Marshall, A., and Rofe, J.S. (2009) An aborted special relationship: US-Russian relations in the post-Cold War world, 1989-2007. In: Dumbrell, J. and Schäfer, A.R. (eds.) America's 'Special Relationships': Foreign and Domestic Aspects of the Politics of Alliance. Series: Routledge studies in US foreign policy . Routledge, London, UK, pp. 132-151. ISBN 9780415483766

2007

Marshall, A. (2007) Russian intelligence during the Russo-Japanese war, 1904-05. Intelligence and National Security, 22 (5). pp. 682-698. ISSN 0268-4527 (doi:10.1080/02684520701718096)

Marshall, A. (2007) Managing withdrawal: Afghanistan as the forgotten example in attempting conflict resolution and state reconstruction. Small Wars and Insurgencies, 18 (1). pp. 68-89. ISSN 0959-2318 (doi:10.1080/09592310601173238)

Marshall, A. (2007) Imperial Russian war planning for the Eurasian space and the impact of the Russo-Japanese war, 1900-1914. In: Kowner, R. (ed.) Rethinking the Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905. Volume1: Centennial Perspectives. Global Oriental, Folkestone, UK, pp. 291-306. ISBN 9781905246038

2006

Marshall, A. (2006) The Russian General Staff and Asia, 1800-1917. Series: Routledge studies in the history of Russia and Eastern Europe, 4 . Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415355612

2005

Marshall, A. (2005) Islam in Russian and western security studies, 1980-2005. UNISCI Discussion Papers, 7 . ISSN 1696-2206

2004

Marshall, A. (2004) Russian military intelligence, 1905-1917: the untold story behind tsarist Russia in the First World War. War in History, 11 (4). pp. 393-423. ISSN 0968-3445 (doi:10.1191/0968344504wh307oa)

2003

Marshall, A. (2003) Turkfront: Frunze and the development of Soviet counter-insurgency in Central Asia. In: Everett-Heath, T. (ed.) Central Asia: Aspects of Transition. Series: Central Asia research forum . RoutledgeCurzon, London, UK, pp. 5-29. ISBN 9780700709564

This list was generated on Mon Sep 15 12:59:29 2014 BST.
Number of items: 13.

Article

Marshall, A. (2010) Imperial nostalgia, the liberal lie, and the perils of postmodern counterinsurgency. Small Wars and Insurgencies, 21 (2). pp. 233-258. ISSN 0959-2318 (doi:10.1080/09592318.2010.481407)

Marshall, A. (2009) The Terek people's republic, 1918: coalition government in the Russian revolution. Revolutionary Russia, 22 (2). pp. 203-221. ISSN 0954-6545 (doi:10.1080/09546540903274717 )

Marshall, A. (2007) Russian intelligence during the Russo-Japanese war, 1904-05. Intelligence and National Security, 22 (5). pp. 682-698. ISSN 0268-4527 (doi:10.1080/02684520701718096)

Marshall, A. (2007) Managing withdrawal: Afghanistan as the forgotten example in attempting conflict resolution and state reconstruction. Small Wars and Insurgencies, 18 (1). pp. 68-89. ISSN 0959-2318 (doi:10.1080/09592310601173238)

Marshall, A. (2005) Islam in Russian and western security studies, 1980-2005. UNISCI Discussion Papers, 7 . ISSN 1696-2206

Marshall, A. (2004) Russian military intelligence, 1905-1917: the untold story behind tsarist Russia in the First World War. War in History, 11 (4). pp. 393-423. ISSN 0968-3445 (doi:10.1191/0968344504wh307oa)

Book

Bird, T., and Marshall, A. (2011) Afghanistan: How the West Lost its Way. Yale University Press, New Haven, CT. ISBN 9780300154573

Marshall, A. (2010) The Caucasus Under Soviet Rule. Series: Routledge studies in the history of Russia and Eastern Europe, 12 . Routledge, London. ISBN 9780415410120

Marshall, A. (2006) The Russian General Staff and Asia, 1800-1917. Series: Routledge studies in the history of Russia and Eastern Europe, 4 . Routledge, London, UK. ISBN 9780415355612

Book Section

Marshall, A. (2011) Russian views on the future of transatlantic relations. In: Dorman, A.M. and Kaufman, J.P. (eds.) The Future of Transatlantic Relations : Perceptions, Policy and Practice. Series: Stanford Security Series . Stanford University Press, pp. 174-190. ISBN 9780804771962

Marshall, A., and Rofe, J.S. (2009) An aborted special relationship: US-Russian relations in the post-Cold War world, 1989-2007. In: Dumbrell, J. and Schäfer, A.R. (eds.) America's 'Special Relationships': Foreign and Domestic Aspects of the Politics of Alliance. Series: Routledge studies in US foreign policy . Routledge, London, UK, pp. 132-151. ISBN 9780415483766

Marshall, A. (2007) Imperial Russian war planning for the Eurasian space and the impact of the Russo-Japanese war, 1900-1914. In: Kowner, R. (ed.) Rethinking the Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905. Volume1: Centennial Perspectives. Global Oriental, Folkestone, UK, pp. 291-306. ISBN 9781905246038

Marshall, A. (2003) Turkfront: Frunze and the development of Soviet counter-insurgency in Central Asia. In: Everett-Heath, T. (ed.) Central Asia: Aspects of Transition. Series: Central Asia research forum . RoutledgeCurzon, London, UK, pp. 5-29. ISBN 9780700709564

This list was generated on Mon Sep 15 12:59:29 2014 BST.