Vistiting Fellow - Andreea Stoian Karadeli

Dr Andreea Stoian Karadeli is Turkish-based researcher and a collaborator with several international organizations (NATO, UN, EU). 

Dr Karadeli's research is multidisciplinary with the main focus on the evolution of religiously inspired terrorism after the Arab Spring, with expertise on Daesh and al-Qaeda, conflict resolution, intercultural communication, face reading techniques and profiling. Her work has been published by national and international publications, while she has been a guest speaker in various conferences, forums, seminars and television debates around the world.

Apart from her academic work, Dr Karadeli has been delivering terrorism-related courses and provided academic counselling for the training programs organized by the Center for Excellence - Defence Against Terrorism in Ankara, Turkey.

She worked as a foreign lecturer in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration, Faculty of Political Sciences, at Sakarya University, and she graduated with the Summa cum Laude title from the PhD program in National Security and Intelligence attended at Mihai Viteazul National Intelligence Academy, in Romania.

Dr Karadeli is also an alumnus of Exeter University, United Kingdom, where she studied a BA in Arabic and Middle East Studies and a Master of Research in Security, Conflict and Justice. During the BA degree, she did field research on Arabic Language, Literature and Culture at Damascus University for 10 months.