Mohammad Zahidul Islam Khan
Academic Visitor (Political Science & International Relations; Research Methods & Evaluation)
- Khan, M.Z. I. (2020). Is Voting Patterns at the United Nations General Assembly a Useful Way to Understand a Country’s Policy Inclinations: Bangladesh’s Voting Records at the United Nations General Assembly, SAGE Open, Vol 10, Issue 4, pp. 1–16. DOI: 10.1177/2158244020961117
- Khan, M.Z.I. & Zaum, D. (2020). A Structural Explanation of State Fragility: Theorizing the Causal Pathways, Journal of Governance, Security & Development, Vol 1 No. 1, pp.19-71. ISSN: 2708-2490.
- Khan, M. Z. Islam. (2019). Atrocity crimes in Myanmar - is there political will? Global Responsibility to Protect. Volume 1, Issue 1, pp. 3-41. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/1875984X-01101003
- Khan, M.Z. Islam, (2017). The Fallacy of Fragile States Indices: Is There a ‘Fragility Trap’? BIISS Monograph, 25, January 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
- Khan, M.Z. Islam (2016). Philosophical Dualism: Towards a Nuance Understanding of the Concept of Terrorism, BIISS Journal, Volume 37, Number 2, pp.133-154.
- Khan, M.Z. Islam (2016). Beyond Greed or Grievance Theory – What Explains Civil War? Peace and Security Review, Volume 7, Number 15, pp.26-49.
- Khan, M.Z. Islam (2014). Do the weak and failing states pose a challenge to the realist worldview? BIISS Journal, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp.166-179.
- Khan, M. Z. Islam, (2014). Will the Rise of China Remain Peaceful? Peace and Security Review, Volume 6, Number 12, pp-1-24.