Halit Tagma , PhD

Halit  Tagma Lecturer
Northern Arizona University
Politics and International Affairs
Blg 65 Rm #211
Phone: 928-523-7418


  • International Relations, Theory International Security, International History, Critical Security Studies, Nuclear Proliferation, Globalization, European Politics, Politics of the Middle East


Ph.D. in Political Science from Arizona State University


“Taming Arab Social Movements: Exporting Neoliberal Governmentality” Security Dialogue, Volume 44, No: 5 (2013): 375-392.  with E.Kalaycioglu and E.Akcali.

“Bureaucrats, Ayatollahs, and Persian Politics: Explaining the Shift in Iranian Nuclear Policy” K-Journal of Defense Analysis Volume 24, No: 2 (2012): 239-264 with E.Uzun.

“Model, Event Context: Globalization, Arab Social Movements and the Modeling of Global Order” GlobalizationsVolume 8, No: 5 (2011): 632-628.

“Realism at the Limits: Post Cold War Realism and Nuclear Disarmament”Contemporary Security Policy, Volume 31, No: 1 (2010):165-188.

“Why Does Turkey Seek European Union Membership?: A Historical Institutionalist Approach”, Turkish Studies, Volume 11, No: 3 (2010): 371-386. with I.Camyar.

“Reading Foucault and Agamben in the War on Terror”  Alternatives: Global, Local, Political, Volume 34, (2009): 407-435.


Expert on Social Science Research Projects of the Research Executive Agency of the European Union 2015-

Governing Council Member, International Studies Association-Northeast, 2010-

Editorial Team, International Political Sociology, 2012-