Syed Hussain Shaheed Soherwordi

Syed Hussain Shaheed Soherwordi is an Associate Professor with the University of Peshawar, following a career as researcher and teacher of International Relations, Conflict Resolution, Political Science and Creative Leadership. He completed his M. Phil and PhD from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. He remained fellow of Fulbright, Carnegie, Charles Wallace, Higher Education Commission (HEC), and Edinburgh University. He has been teaching at the Fulbright Commission, Bulgaria for the last five years, where his teaching and training concerns peace and conflict resolution during the 21st century especially in the conflict zones like FATA (Pakistan), Afghanistan, and the Middle East. Dr. Soherwordi has written more than thirty four research papers on India, Pakistan, Tribal Areas of Pakistan, War on Terror, Afghanistan, Pak-US relations, Conflict Resolution and the application of strategies to the prevention of terrorism and amelioration of counter-terrorism. His forthcoming books are on “Pak-US relations: A Comparative Study during Cold War and War on Terror” and “Pakistan, Taliban and the War on Terror.” Dr Soherwordi has consulted for numerous foundations and government agencies on subjects like governance, local government, police reforms, education policy, federalism and decentralization. He is a visiting professor at the Command and Staff College, Quetta, National Institute of Management (NIM) Peshawar and National School of Public Policy (NSPP), Lahore. He is also member of the editorial board of ‘the Exemplar,’ a journal of South Asian Studies in California, United States. Currently, Dr Soherwordi is heading ‘Cell for FATA Studies,’ a think tank situated at the University of Peshawar, Pakistan.

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