Dr. Murad Esenov
Director of the Institute for Central Asian and Caucasian Studies (Luleå, Sweden).
Editor-in-chief of the Central Asia and the Caucasus journal, which comes out in Russian and English (Sweden).
Central Asia and the Caucasus
Tel.: (46) 70 232 16 55
Tel./fax: (46) 920 62016
Born July 20, 1962 in Turkmenistan SSR (Soviet Union)
Since 1994 lives in Sweden. Swedish Citizen. Married, two children
A graduate course at the Russian Federation Foreign Ministry Diplomatic Academy on the "Political Problems of International Systems and Global Development." D.Sc. (Politics.) 1994.
The Russian Federation Foreign Ministry Diplomatic Academy. Specialized in the foreign policy of the CIS states. Ph. D. (International Politics). 1993.
State Medical Institute, Nijnij-Novgorod (Russian Federation). 1988.
Murad Esenov. The Anti-Terrorist Campaign and the Regional Security System. The IISS Russian Regional Perspectives Journal for Foreign and Security Policy. London. Great Britain. Issue 2, pp 26-28.
Murad Esenov. "Turkmenistan and Central Asian Regional Security". The Security of the Caspian Sea Region. SIPRI. Oxford University Press. 2001.
Murad Esenov. "To the Problem of Learning the system of Regional Security of Central Asia". The University Education and Science. "Kainar" University, Kazakhstan. 2001.
Murad Esenov. "Turkmenistan's Foreign Policy and Its Impact on the Regional Security System". Central Asia and the Caucasus 2001. No.1.
Murad Esenov. "The Turkmen Model of Democracy": Specific Features. Central Asia and the Caucasus 2000. No. 2.
Lena Jonson, Murad Esenov (editors). Chechnya: The International Community and Strategies for Peace and Stability. The Swedish Institute of International Affairs. Stockholm 2000.
Lena Jonson, Murad Esenov (editors). Political Islam and Conflicts in Russia and Central Asia. The Swedish Institute of International Affairs. Stockholm 1999.