|Event||'Should the UN Kiss Cyprus Goodbye? '|
|When||Tuesday, April 19, 2011 from 12:00pm to 1:30am|
|Where||McGhee Library - Bunn Intercultural Center|
|Ticket/RSVP||This event requires a ticket or RSVP|
Jan Asmussen, PhD.
is heading the Conflict & Security cluster at ECMI. He is a historian and political scientist with research focus on state-building, reconciliation, and political developments in Europe and the Middle East. He previously served as Head of Department of International Relations at Girne American University and as Asst. Professor at the Department of History, Eastern Mediterranean University, Famagusta, Northern Cyprus. After studying History, Political Science, Sociology and Economic History in Kiel and Copenhagen, he completed his PhD in History in Hamburg. In 2009 he gained his habilitation in Political Science at Kiel University with works on Anglo-American diplomacy during the Cold War and recent international state-building strategies. Dr. Asmussen's work on minority issues includes topics of interethnic relations in Cyprus, Bosnia, Lebanon, and the German-Danish border region. He studied History, Political Science, Sociology and Economic History in Kiel and Copenhagen. After working on the South-East European Handbook Project on Cyprus between 1994 and 1998 he completed his PhD at Hamburg University. He is the author of numerous articles in English and German which have been widely published, including in the Cyprus Review and in Britain in Cyprus, 1878-2006 (edited by Hubert Fausmann and Nicos Peristianis).
His most recent book is
Cyprus at War: Diplomacy and Conflict during the 1974 Crisis.
|Access||» This event is limited to Georgetown University students, faculty and staff.|
|Sponsors||The Institute of Turkish Studies|
|Web site||For more information, see www.turkishstudies.org|
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