Andreea Stoian Karadeli

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Andreea Stoian Karadeli is a foreign lecturer in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Faculty of Political Sciences, Sakarya University, Turkey and a PhD candidate at Mihai Viteazul National Intelligence Academy, Romania. She is also a graduate from Exeter University, United Kingdom, where she studied a BA in Arabic and Middle East Studies and a Master of Research in Security, Conflict and Justice. During the BA degree, she did field research on Arabic Language, Literature and Culture at Damascus University for 10 months. Andreea Stoian Karadeli’s research is multidisciplinary with the main focus on the evolution of religiously inspired terrorism after the Arab Spring, with expertise in Syria and Turkey, conflict resolution, intercultural communication, face reading techniques and profiling. Apart from her academic work at Sakarya University, she is currently delivering a ‘Face Reading techniques’ training programme to police and security officers in Sakarya, Turkey.
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Mihai Viteazul National Academy, PhD in National Security
Exeter University, Master of Research in Security, Conflict and Justice
Exeter University, B.A. Arabic and Middle East Studies
Valahia University, B.A. Law
Turkey, NC 28393, USA|Arabic, English, French, Latin, Romanian, Spanish, Turkish
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173-179 Stoian Karadeli Ciuperca - RCIC 2017.pdf
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305-310 Stoian Karadeli - Intercultural Communication as an asset for ensuring international security.pdf
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180-186 Stoian Karadeli - al Qaeda in the Arabic Peninsula.pdf
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ES&D_2018_17-20 - Karadeli.pdf
middleeastmonitor.com
Syrian lives are worthless compared to ours
April, 4 2017
middleeastmonitor.com
Syria has become a game and civilians are paying the ultimate price
April, 7 2017
middleeastmonitor.com
Another terrorist attack reveals the weakness of our global security systems
November, 1 2017
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