Ziaul Haque

Ziaul Haque
Assistant Professor
MSc in Peace and Development Studies, 2015
(Linnaeus University, Sweden)
On Study Leave to do PhD
(Kennesaw State University, Georgia, USA)


Ziaul Haque is a peace studies graduate. He has completed both his Bachelor and Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Dhaka. He joined the department as Lecturer in 2012 and started working as an Assistant Professor from September 2015. He has completed an advanced MSc in Peace and Development Studies from the Linnaeus University in Sweden, supported by a full scholarship from the Swedish Institute (SI). He is now ‘on study leave’ to pursue his PhD in International Conflict Management at the Kennesaw State University, Georgia, USA. Ziaul’s academic interests include conflict resolution, negotiation and conflict transformation. His masters thesis “Spoiler in the Peace Process of the Chittagong Hill Tracts” categorizes various spoilers –both violent and nonviolent – and characterizes their motives and behaviors. Collaborated with other colleagues, his article “Arab Spring the Democratization in the Middle East: Does Regime Change Facilitate Democracy” discusses how the Arab internal and regional dynamics might frustrate the euphoria surrounding the mass uprising in the broad swath of Arab region. Previously, he worked with a Dhaka-based security think tank and coordinated, being within a team, a training program on ‘counter-terrorism capacity building.’






On Study Leave