Prof. dr.

Hamza Karčić

Rođen je 1982. godine u Sarajevu. Diplomirao je na Odsjeku političkih nauka i međunarodnih odnosa Fakulteta ekonomije i administrativnih nauka Boğazici univerziteta u Istanbulu 2005. godine. Magistrirao je na Odsjeku međunarodnih odnosa i evropskih studija na Centralno-evropskom univerzitetu u Budimpešti 2006. godine. Drugi magisterij stekao je na Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service na Georgetown univerzitetu u Washingtonu 2008. godine. Doktorsku disertaciju pod naslovom Uloga Kongresa u kreiranju američke vanjske politike prema Bosni i Hercegovini 1990-1996 odbranio je 2014.godine na Fakultetu političkih nauka u Sarajevu.

 

Objavljeni radovi uključuju: “Camp David and Dayton: Comparing Jimmy Carter and Richard Holbrooke as Mediators,”  International Negotiation (2017), “An unlikely hawk: Congressman Frank McCloskey and the Bosnian war,” Journal of Transatlantic Studies (2017), “Remembering by resolution: the case of Srebrenica, ” Journal of Genocide Research (2015), “Saving Bosnia on Capitol Hill: the case of Senator Bob Dole,” Journal of Transatlantic Studies (2015),  “One-Way Ticket to Kuala Lumpur: Bosnian Muslims in Malaysia in the Early 1990s,” Indonesia and the Malay World (2014), “In Support of a Non-member State: The Organisation of Islamic Conference and the War in Bosnia, 1992-1995,” Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs (2013), i “Balkans in Maryland’s 2nd Congressional District: Helen Delich Bentley and the War in Bosnia,” Croatian Political Science Review (2013).