Rolin Mainuddin

: Global Security

Democracy Challenge in Gulf Monarchies
Home-Grown Terrorism
The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/Daesh)
Military Footprint and Terrorism, Military Footprint and Counterterrorism

: Core TISS Members, Executive Board, Speakers
: Academic
: (919) 530-7259
: North Carolina Central University 109 E- Edmonds Building 1801 Fayetteville St. Durham, NC 27707
: Rolin Mainuddin is associate professor of political science at North Carolina Central University. He received his Ph.D. in political science from the University of Kansas. Before earning two master 19s degrees in political science and international affairs (administrative studies), respectively, from Ohio University, he completed graduate and undergraduate studies in international relations at Dhaka University (Bangladesh). His research interest is in international security and religious violence. A former president of the North Carolina Political Science Association and the Association of Third World Studies, Mainuddin serves on the editorial board of International Journal of South Asian Studies (India) and Journal of Third World Studies. Also, he is on the Executive Board of Triangle Institute for Security Studies (TISS). Furthermore, he has appeared as a guest commentator for Voice of America (Bangla Language Service). In addition to editing a book, Religion and Politics in the Developing World: Explosive Interactions (Ashgate), his articles have appeared in Indian Journal of Asian Affairs; Journal of Political Science, Government and Politics (online); Journal of Third World Studies; Mid-American Journal of Politics; Middle East Policy, and Military Review.
: Associate Professor of Political Science
: North Carolina Central University
: Ph.D.
: Political Science
: University of Kansas
: Active
: Middle Eastern Politics International Politics American Foreign Policy