Dr. Öğr. Üyesi Murat Aslan
2017 Doktora: Middle East Technical University
Focus on security studies, intelligence, international propaganda, decision making process, NATO, the Middle East, Afghanistan and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
2010 Yüksek Lisans: Middle East Technical University
Focus on security studies, soft power conception, and expertise on China.
2006 Lisans: ANKARA UNIVERSITY
Certificate Program on EU Law (Focus on EU Law and Terrorism).
Hasan Kalyoncu University, Department of Political Sciences and International Relations (2017 - )
SETAV Foundation, Security Directorate (2018- )
Başkent University, Department of Political Sciences and International Relations (2017/1)
Director in Personnel Department (2016-2017)
Director of EU and US Affairs (2016)
Military Intelligence School, Chairman of Combat Intelligence Board, (2013-2016)
the USA and Turkey (Temporary - Arbil, 2013)
Kabul Regional Command (Temporary - Afghanistan, 2012)
Military Intelligence School, Military Intelligence Instructor (2009-2012)
Special Projects Cell of EUFOR (Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2008)
KMNB/ISAF (Afghanistan, 2005)
Land Forces Command (2004-2007)
SFOR (Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2002)
Military Intelligence School, Military Intelligence Instructor (1999-2004)
Dr. Öğr Üyesi Mural Aslan’a ait tüm makalelere aşağıdaki linkten ulaşabilirsiniz.
- Murat Aslan and Mehmet Nesip Öğün (2018), “Cementing State Authority: The Soviet Education Case”, Karadeniz Araştırmaları Dergisi, XV/59, Güz 2018, pp. 34-47.
- Ph.D. Thesis, “NATO in Peace Support Operations: Efficiency of Intelligence and Propaganda in Bosnia Herzegovina and Afghanistan”, Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, (Ankara: METU, 2017).
- Murat Aslan and Mehmet Nesip Öğün (2014), “Change in Conceptualization of Power”, Istanbul Gelişim University Journal of Social Sciences, Cilt 1, Issue 2, ISSN.2148-4287, e-ISSN:2148- 7189, pp. 87-113.
- Murat Aslan and Mehmet Nesip Öğün (2013), “Theory and Practice of State Building in the Middle East: A Constitutional Perspective on Iraq and Afghanistan”, Journal of Applied Security Research, ISSN: 1936-1610, Vol.8, Issue 3, pp.374-403.