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

  • 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: 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003
Number of items: 18.

2016

Marshall, A. (2016) From civil war to proxy war: past history and current dilemmas. Small Wars and Insurgencies, 27(2), pp. 183-195. (doi:10.1080/09592318.2015.1129172)

2015

Marshall, A., Gomez, A., Chouvy, P.-A., van der Veen, H., Kipnis, E., Spiteri-Cornish, L., Geiss, R., Wisehart, D., Goodhand, J., and Mansfield, D. (2015) Grasping the Links in the Chain: Understanding the Unintended Consequences of International Counter-Narcotics Measures for the EU. Project Report. University of Glasgow on behalf of the LINKSCH Consortium.

2014

Marshall, A. (2014) From Drug War to Culture War: Russia’s Growing Role in the Global Drug Debate. Other. Swansea University, Swansea.

Marshall, A. (2014) Lenin's Imperialism nearly 100 years on: an outdated paradigm? Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 42(3), pp. 317-333. (doi:10.1080/03017605.2014.972615)

2012

Marshall, A. (2012) Global Commodity Chains and LINKSCH. Working Paper. University of Glasgow on behalf of the LINKSCH Consortium.

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. (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. (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. (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. (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,

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. (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 Sun May 1 03:12:51 2016 BST.
Number of items: 18.

Articles

Marshall, A. (2016) From civil war to proxy war: past history and current dilemmas. Small Wars and Insurgencies, 27(2), pp. 183-195. (doi:10.1080/09592318.2015.1129172)

Marshall, A. (2014) Lenin's Imperialism nearly 100 years on: an outdated paradigm? Critique: Journal of Socialist Theory, 42(3), pp. 317-333. (doi:10.1080/03017605.2014.972615)

Marshall, A. (2010) Imperial nostalgia, the liberal lie, and the perils of postmodern counterinsurgency. Small Wars and Insurgencies, 21(2), pp. 233-258. (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. (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. (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. (doi:10.1080/09592310601173238)

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

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. (doi:10.1191/0968344504wh307oa)

Books

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 Sections

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

Research Reports or Papers

Marshall, A., Gomez, A., Chouvy, P.-A., van der Veen, H., Kipnis, E., Spiteri-Cornish, L., Geiss, R., Wisehart, D., Goodhand, J., and Mansfield, D. (2015) Grasping the Links in the Chain: Understanding the Unintended Consequences of International Counter-Narcotics Measures for the EU. Project Report. University of Glasgow on behalf of the LINKSCH Consortium.

Marshall, A. (2014) From Drug War to Culture War: Russia’s Growing Role in the Global Drug Debate. Other. Swansea University, Swansea.

Marshall, A. (2012) Global Commodity Chains and LINKSCH. Working Paper. University of Glasgow on behalf of the LINKSCH Consortium.

This list was generated on Sun May 1 03:12:51 2016 BST.