University of Birmingham

Status Public Research University

Telephone +44 (0)121 414 3344


Address Birmingham B15 2TT, , Birmingham, , United Kingdom

Contact person Lord Bilimoria (Chancellor )

Contact person David Eastwood (Vice-Chancellor )

Departments Department of Political Science and International Studies (POLSIS) , Centre for Russian, European and Eurasian Studies ,


Oscar Pardo Sierra

Kevork Oskanian

Mark Youngman

Cerwyn Moore

Nino Kemoklidze

Galina Yemelianova

Kamala Imranli-Lowe

Taras Kuzio


Sierra O., (2011) No man's land? A comparative analysis of the EU and Russia's influence in the Southern Caucasus. Communist and Post-Communist Studies, vol: 44, 233-243

Oskanian K., (2013) A Macro-view of the Southern Caucasus. Fear, Weakness and Power in the Post-Soviet South Caucasus, 66-91

Oskanian K., (2013) The Palgrave Macmillan Fear, Weakness and Power in the Post-Soviet South Caucasus A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis Kevork Oskanian. New Security Challenges,

Oskanian K., (2011) Turkey's global strategy: Turkey and the Caucasus. LSE IDEAS,

Youngman M., (2016) Between Caucasus and caliphate: the splintering of the North Caucasus insurgency. Caucasus Survey, vol: 4, 194-217

Youngman M., (2016) Broader, vaguer, weaker: The evolving ideology of the Caucasus Emirate leadership. Terrorism and Political Violence, 1-23

Moore C., (2012) Suicide Bombing: Chechnya, the North Caucasus and Martyrdom. Europe-Asia Studies, vol: 64, 1780-1807

Moore C., (2008) Russia's post-colonial war(s)?. Europe-Asia Studies, vol: 60, 851-861

Moore C., (2009) Assessing Unholy Alliances in Chechnya: From Communism and Nationalism to Islamism and Salafism. Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics , vol: 25, 73-94

Moore C., (2008) Foreign Fighters and the Case of Chechnya: A Critical Assessment. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism , vol: 38, 412-433

Kemoklidze N., Moore C., (2012) Many Faces of the Caucasus. Europe-Asia Studies, vol: 64, 1611-1624

Kemoklidze N., (2009) Victimisation of Female Suicide Bombers: The Case of Chechnya.

Yemelianova G., (2014) Islam, nationalism and state in the Muslim Caucasus. Caucasus Survey, vol: 1, 3-23

Yemelianova G., (2004) Islam in the North-Western Caucasus. ahiers d’études sur la Mediterranée orientale et le monde turco-iranien, vol: 38, 42-71

Yemelianova G., (2001) Sufism and politics in the North Caucasus. Nationalities Papers The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity , vol: 29, 661-688

Imranli-Lowe K., (2015) The Paris Peace Conference and the Armenian arguments on Garabagh. Central Asian Survey , vol: 34, 219-236

Imranli-Lowe K., (2014) The Provisional Government and the Armenian Homeland Project. Revolutionary Russia , vol: 27, 132-156

Imranli-Lowe K., (2015) Reconstruction of the ‘Armenian Homeland’ Notion. Middle Eastern Studies , vol: 51, 540-562

Imranli-Lowe K., (2016) Nakhchyvan, the Armenian arguments and the Allied Powers in 1919. Middle Eastern Studies , vol: 52, 295-317

Imranli-Lowe K., (2015) The Armenia–Azerbaijan conflict through the prism of the British media and The New York Times, 1988–1994. Caucasus Survey , vol: 3, 150-169

Kuzio T., (1995) International reaction to the Chechen crisis. Central Asian Survey , vol: 15, 97-109

Kuzio T., (1995) The Chechnya crisis and the ‘near abroad’. Central Asian Survey , vol: 14, 553-572