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Sahra Joharchi

Lecturer
Sahra Joharchi

Sahra is Lecturer in International Relations with teaching responsibilities on the BA (Hons) International Relations and BA (Hons) Politics, and she will be delivering ‘The Political Economy of (Under) Development’ module on the online MA International Relations course.

Sahra Has a BA (Hons) degree in International Relations Global Politics (Nottingham Trent University, 2009), and an MA in International Relations Theory (Nottingham Trent University, 2011). Sahra is a member of ISA, BISA ECPR, Nottingham Trent University’s MENA cluster research events, and BRISMES.

Her research interests include MENA--Asia relations and International Political Economy; trust, risk and security in Iranian foreign relations; cognitive foreign policy; and Iranian and Chinese foreign policy. Her PhD research focused on the Political Economy of Iranian foreign policy and the ways in which discourse is utilized to construct both positive and negative relations with other states.

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