Kirsten E. Schulze is senior lecturer in International History at the London School of Economics. She has written several books on Israel and the Middle East and appears as a commentator on Television and Radio.
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Kirsten Schulze is a senior lecturer in international history at the London School of Economics and Political Science. After receiving her DPhil from Oxford University in 1994, Schulze worked as a lecturer in politics at Queen's University, Belfast. Her current research interests include security sector reform in Indonesia, ethnic conflict and conflict regulation in divided territories, peace processes and normalization of relations and nationalism. She has authored a number of articles and chapters on conflict and conflict resolution in Northern Ireland, the Middle East and Indonesia. Her books include The Jews of Lebanon: Between Coexistence and Conflict (2001) and Israel's Covert Diplomacy in Lebanon (1998). Her academic expertise has also found practical application in the form of consultancy work for the British Embassy in Jakarta, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and others.
- Kirsten E Schulze, The Jews of Lebanon: between coexistence and conflict (Sussex Academic Press, 2001) (ISBN: 1902210646; 9781902210643)
- Kirsten E Schulze, The Arab-Israeli conflict (London; New York: Longman, 1999) (ISBN: 0582316464; 9780582316461)
- Kirsten E Schulze, Israel's covert diplomacy in Lebanon(New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998) (ISBN: 0333711238; 9780333711231; 031217604X; 9780312176044)
- Chatham House, former Associate Fellow, Asia Programme
- Social Science Research Council, participant in the Global Security and Co-operation Programme
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- Social Science Research Council, GSC Project Participants (accessed 23 May 2008)