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Current Research Students

Student               Provisional Thesis Title         Supervisor

Sarah Ashraf Of Military and Militancy: The rise of Pakistan’s Praetorian Military Structure and its Relationship with Militant Islam Dr Kirsten Schulze
Gullnaz Baig The State and the Resurgence of the Quest for Daulah Islamiyyah in Southeast Asia from the 1980s Dr Kirsten Schulze
Daniel Berman Coming Soon Dr Svetozar Rajak
Bastiaan Bouwman Becoming politics. Human rights institutionalization and international civil society in the Netherlands and Britain in the 1970s Dr N. Piers Ludlow
David Broder Bandiera Rossa: Communists in German-occupied Rome, 1943-44 Professor Alan Sked
Grace Carrington Identity in British and French Colonies in the Caribbean Dr Joanna Lewis
Pedro Correa Martín-Arroyo From Sepharad to Freedom: Jewish Refugees and Rescue Operations in Spain and Portugal during the Holocaust, 1940-1945 Professor Paul Preston

Alexandre Dab

Globalising national foreign policies: European Political Cooperation and the rise of a post-Cold War order, 1979-1981 Dr N. Piers Ludlow
Oliver Elliott American war journalism in Korea and Vietnam Dr Steven Casey
Scott Gilfillan Convenient Imperialism: Britain and France in Tokugawa Japan, 1858-1869 Dr Antony Best
Caroline Green Morality and the end of empire Dr Joanna Lewis
Daniel Hardegger PhD Candidates in the Humanities in the late 19th/early 20th century in Berlin, London and at the Columbia University, New York Professor Alan Sked
Anton Harder Sino-Indian Relations, 1947-1962 Professor Arne Westad
Cornelis Heere The British Empire and the Challenge of Japan, 1904-1911 Dr Antony Best
Michael Hemmersdorfer Competing for the Kaiser's ear. The struggle for control over Germany's England policy, 1898-1914. Professor Alan Sked
Martin Herzer (Visiting Doctoral Student, Michaelmas Term) The Media and European Integration, 1958-1985 Dr Piers Ludlow
Paul Horsler British Public Opinion and Germany, 1937-1939 Professor David Stevenson
Anne Irfan Palestine, the UN and UNRWA: National and International Politics, c. 1955-1987 Dr Kirsten Schulze
Judith Jacob Foreign Affairs: The Formation of the Jemaah Islamiyah and the Rise of the Global Jihadist Movement in Indonesia Dr Kirsten Schulze
Vishnu Juwono Eradicating Corruption in Indonesia: A History of Governance Reform, Anti-Corruption Initiatives, and Democratisation in Post-Suharto Indonesia Dr Kirsten Schulze
Serkan Kececi The Grand (Imperial) Strategy of the Russian Empire in the Caucasus and Transcaucasia against Its Southern Rivals (1820-1833) Professor Dominic Lieven
William King British Intelligence and Defence Policy on Chemical and Biological Warfare, 1944-1963 Professor Matthew Jones
Vinay Kumar Pathak The 'Ray of Islam':Ahamdiyya Socio Political and Islamist Debates in Indonesia Dr Kirsten Schulze
Ken Letcher The Revolt of the Generals: President Eisenhower and the U.S. Army, 1953-1958 Professor Steven Casey
Jin Lim 'Children of the Dragon': Tan Kah Kee, the Overseas Chinese, and New China, 1949-1961 Professor Arne Westad
Corina Mavrodin Romanian foreign policy, 1956-1969 Professor Arne Westad
Alexander Mayhew Morale in the British Army, 1914-1918 Dr Heather Jones
Tommaso Milani 'Les Belles Années du Plan': Mixed Economy and Supranational Integration in European Socialism, 1930-1945 Dr Piers Ludlow
Dr Heather Jones (2013-2014)
Eline van Ommen Nicaraguan and Western European relations in the late 1970s and 1980s Dr Tanya Harmer & Dr Piers Ludlow
Artemis Photiadou The Development of British Interrogation Policy Dr Heather Jones & Professor Matthew Jones
Nabila Ramdani The Rise of the Egyptian Nationalist Movement: The case of the 1919 Revolution Dr Kirsten Schulze
Michael Rupp Outside Intelligence – Public Discourses and Intelligence Culture in Great Britain, 1900 – 1939 Professor Sönke Neitzel
Isaac Scarborough

On the Edges of Perestroika: Central Asia and the Experience of Glasnost

Professor Vladislav Zubok
Max Skjönsberg

Concepts of Party in Eighteenth-century British Political Thought

Dr Tim Hochstrasser
Ian Stewart Celtic nationalism and the pan-Celtic movement in Britain, Ireland and France, c. 1860-1920 Dr Heather Jones
Amal Tarhuni Britain, the United States and the Radicalisation of Qaddafi's Libya 1969-1986 Dr Kirsten Schulze & Professor Arne Westad
Pinar Ure At the Intersection of Science and Politics: Russian Archaeological Institute in Constantinople (1894-1914) Professor Dominic Lieven