Ali Askerov

  • Director of Graduate Study
  • Peace and Conflict Studies, UNCG

Ali Askerov, PhD, teaches peace studies at the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies, UNCG. His interests are peace education, ethnic conflicts, political violence, human rights, international morality, and the history of political ideas.

There are 6 included publications by Ali Askerov :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
The Chechen wars, media, and democracy in Russia 2015 14 Media, like religion, may create, escalate, or deescalate conflict. In the age of technology, partiesto protracted conflicts often use the media for their propaganda purposes. In many cases, despitepolitically created discourses, individual media mem...
A multidimensional approach to conflict analysis: the Russo-Chechen conflict 2008 0 This paper describes the ethnopolitical conflict between Russia and Chechnya, and explores thecauses of the war and violence between these two nations that started in the early 1800s andcontinues today. The accurate analysis of conflict is important ...
Peace Education and Conflict Resolution: a Critical Review 2010 0 This article critically discusses peace education and its role in conflict resolution. Peaceeducation is a powerful tool for social and personal change. The basic assumption about peaceeducation is that the more people study and learn, the more capab...
The Russo-Chechen Conflict: Multilevel and Multimodal Transformation 2014 7 The Russo-Chechen conflict started in the early 1800s and continues today. It is one of the mostintractable and long-lasting ethnopolitical conflicts in the world and is replete with violence andatrocities that have escalated and deescalated from tim...
Stuck between war and Europe: Syrian refugees in Turkey 2018 14 The disasters of the Syrian civil war that started in 2011 as a result of the Arab Spring have not been limited to Syria alone; rather they have affected many other countries both in the region and beyond. One of those most impacted in the region is ...
Turkey’s “Zero Problems with the Neighbors” Policy: Was It Realistic? 2017 10 With the advancement of power in 2002, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) has introduced revolutionary policies in Turkey in various realms, including foreign affairs. The new trend in the foreign policy focused on not having problems with neigh...