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Seyed Hamid Serri, Ph.D.

Seyed Hamid Serri
Title: Assistant Professor
Phone: 706-867-4526

Office: Hansford Hall, 313, Dahlonega


Dr. Seyed Hamidreza Serri is an Assistant Professor of Security Studies at the University of North Georgia. His research interests focus on security studies and foreign policy analysis. His Three upcoming works include “League of Nations: Strategic Preferences of the United States at the End of WWI” in Craig Greathouse and Austin Riede (Eds.), U.S. Security Issues and World War I (University of North Georgia Press); “Operational Code Analysis: a Method for Measuring the Strategic Culture” in Stephen Walker and Mark Schafer (Eds.), Operational Code Analysis and Foreign Policy Roles: Crossing Simon’s Bridge (Routledge); and “Security and Military Power” in Dlynn Williams and Raluca Viman-Miller (Eds.), Basics of World Politics (University of North Georgia Press).

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