Investigating the Dynamics of Nonstate Actor Rivalry in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) 1993-2018
My PhD focuses upon an examination of the causes of rivalry (de)escalation among armed nonstate actors in the Middle East and North Africa from 1945-2017.
“Investigating the Dynamics of Armed Nonstate Actor Rivalry in the Middle East and North Africa: 1945-2017”
The role of Nonstate Actors in the International System
Civil Conflict in the Middle East & North Africa
Rebel Group behaviour
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University of Glasgow Q-Step Centre
I initially joined the University of Glasgow as an undergraduate in September 2010, completing an MA (Hons) (Soc Sci) in Politics in 2014. I remained at Glasgow, completing an MSc in International Relations from 2015-2016 where I worked closely with my current primary PhD supervisor: Dr Adrian Florea.