Selbi Hanova is a researcher with interest in regionalism and state identification in post Soviet Central Asia. She was a Visiting Researcher at CERI, Sciences Po, and prior to that she was Marie Curie Fellow at the School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, where she received her PhD in International Relations. Previously, she served as a Deputy Country Manager at the EU-UNDP Border Management Programme in Central Asia in Turkmenistan and as an Executive Officer at the OSCE Mission to Serbia. She holds an MA in Political Science, OSCE Academy, and a BA in American Studies, American University-Central Asia. She was the Central Asia Scholarship holder in the International Training Course in Security Policy (ITC) with a MAS in International and European Security at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy.
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