Doctoral Degree in Politics and International Affairs

Doctoral Student Publications

Demerew, K, Realist Perspectives on Nile Politics: Conflict and Cooperation Between Ethiopia and Egypt, African Security, (2022). Available at:

Demerew, K, Elites, Rents, and Transitions: A New Institutionalist View of Ethiopia’s Political Development, Africa Today 68, no. 3 (2022): 65-86. Available at:

Demerew, K, From Red Sea to the Nile: Water, Power, and Politics in Northeast Africa, Third World Quarterly 42, no. 12 (2021): 2883-2901 Available at:

Andrew Sparks, Poking Fun at Heroes: American War and the Death of the Military Comedy, Media, War and Conflict, (2020): 1-17. Available at:

Andrew Sparks
, Dar al-Islam: A Quantitative Analysis of ISIS’s French Language Magazine, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, published online 10 September 2018. Available at:

Yavuz Akdag,  The Likelihood of Cyberwar between the United States and China: A Neorealism and Power Transition Theory Perspective, The Journal of Chinse Political Science, published first online, August 23, 2018. Available at:

Sina Azodi, The Iran Deal: The Case for Cooperation under the International System, January 23. 2018. Available at:

Ahmad Murid Partaw, The Need for a Broader U.S. Strategy to Stabilize Afghanistan, National Interest, July 17, 2017. Available at:

Ahmad Murid Partaw, Democratization in Afghanistan: Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Political Sciences and Public Affairs 5(1)(2017).

Nazek Jawad, The Issue of Violence in Revolution within Arab Secular and Islamic Thought,” Contemporary Arab Affairs, 8(4)(2015): 568-581. Available at: