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Dr. M. Cuneyt Yenigun

Title:Associate Professor
Room #:2062
Email:cuneyt@squ.edu.om
Ext. #:1986

Fields of Interest:

International Relations, International Conflict Resolution and Security Studies

Education:

Post-PhD., Political Science, Florida State University, 1998
Ph.D., International Relations, Istanbul University, 1997.
M.A., International Relations, Istanbul University, 1994.
M.A., Political Science and International Relations, Bosphorus University, 1993.
B.A., International Relations, Istanbul University, 1991
M. Cuneyt Yenigun is an Associate Professor of International Relations/Political Science and Head of Department of Political Science. He worked in Florida State University (US), Istanbul Kultur University (Turkey), and American University in the Emirates (Dubai). He also taught in some universities as international part-timer and under the European Union Socrates Program such as in Malmo University, International Balkan University, Barcelona Autonomous University and Epoka University. In addition to academia he served as political advisor to two ministers and holdings in Macedonia, Kosovo and Turkey. He is co-editor of an international journal and the member of editorial board of ten indexed/refereed journals. He is author & editor of four books published between 2004-2011. His teaching and research interests intensify on International Relations, International Conflict Resolution and Security Studies.

Selected Publications:

  • Albanian Public Perceptions of Socio-Cultural and Foreign Policy Issues, with Salih Ozcan and Cemal Baltaci, Epoka University Press, Tirana, Albania, December 2011.
  • Balkans: Foreign Affairs, Politics and Socio-Cultures, with Ferdinand Gjana, Epoka University Press, Tirana, Albania, November 2011.
  • "GCC Model: Conflict Management for the Greater Albania", SDU-Journal of Social Sciences, (MLI Indexed),27 (3), December 2012, 175-186.
  • “An Emerging International Actor in Eurasian Stage: OBSEC” Turkish Review of Eurasian Studies, (Refereed, EBSCO Review) 5, 2005, 159-196.
  • “Strategic Depth: Turkey’s International Position”, The Review of International Affairs, (Taylor & Francis, Refereed-Indexed), 2 (2), 2002, 120-123.