Mohammed Nuruzzaman is an Associate Professor of International Relations at the Gulf University for Science and Technology. He earned his Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Alberta.
Professor Nuruzzaman specializes in international relations theory, global political economy, human security, politics and international relations of the Middle East.
Nuruzzaman, Mohammed. “Conflicts in Sunni Political Islam and Their Implications.” Strategic Analysis 41.3 (2017): 285-296.
Nuruzzaman, Mohammed. “China’s Rise, the USA and Global Order: Contested Perspectives and an Alternative Approach.” International Area Studies Review 19.2 (2016): 177-194.
Nuruzzaman, Mohammed. “Rethinking Foreign Military Interventions to Promote Human Rights: Evidence from Libya, Bahrain and Syria.” Canadian Journal of Political Science 48.3 (2015): 531-552.