Dr. Shak Hanish


Type Date Title Audience Function Location
Paper 2014-06-01 The Eastern Christians: Discrimination, immigration, and solutions Bucharest, Romania
Paper 2013-06-01 The Current Kurdish Iraqi governments relations: An Assessment Athens, Greece
Conference 2013-06-01 Reconstruction Planning and Local Economic Development Presentations International Syrian Summer University in Exile 2013 University of Gaziantep- Turke
Paper 2011-06-01 The Iraqi Election Laws: An Asssessment Athens, Greece
Paper 2010-06-01 The Autonomy Issue for the Chaldo- Assyrians in Iraq: A Realist Assessment Athens, Greece
Paper 2008-06-01 The Current Status of Religious Minorities in New Iraq Athens, Greece
Paper 2006-06-01 The Syriac Speaking People in Iraq: An Identity Issue Amman, Jordan
Paper 2006-06-01 Women in New Iraq Amman, Jordan
Paper 2006-05-01 Current Political Development in Iraq San Diego, CA
Paper 2006-03-01 Women and the New Iraqi Constitution San Diego, CA
Paper 2006-01-01 The Role of Religion in the Making of the New Iraqi Constitution Honolulu, HI
Paper 2005-10-01 Beyond Just the Fact MaÆam; A Pre-Mediation Interview Workshop El Cajon, CA


Type Date Author Type Date Title Publication Name Author List Publisher Volume / Issue / Page
Article Author The Marines Take Anbar: The Four Year Fight Against Al Qaeda [Book review] Middle East Media and Book Reviews Online 2(1)
Article Author 2013-12-01 The Current Kurdish Iraqi Governments Relations: An Evaluation 1(2) 1-9
Article Author A Province for Christians in Iraq: An Evaluation 31 297-312
Article Author The Iraqi revolution of 1958: A revolutionary quest for unity and security -Book Review 21(1) 236-238
Article Author The Post 2003 Iraqi electoral laws: A comparison and an assessment 17(1) 126-133
Article Author Autonomy for ethnic minority in Iraq: the Chaldo-Assyrian case 20(2) 161-177
Article Author From storm to freedom: America's long war with Iraq [Book Review] 20(1) 103-105
Article Author The Kirkuk Problem in Iraq: Is There A Solution? 2(52) 25-30
Article – Peer Reviewed Author Historical background of the Iraq Kuwait conflict Bastina (Heritage) Journal Institute of Serbian Culture 37(1) 321-349
Article – Peer Reviewed Author Why Eastern Christians are fleeing the Middle East? International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 4, 10 (1), 62-71
Book Author Why Iraq invaded Kuwait: Applying international relations theories Scholars Press. Saarbr¿cken, Germany
Book Author Iraqi Dialect through Dialogue: Culture, History, & Politics Montezuma Publishing, San Diego, CA
Book Author 2015 Iraqi dialect through dialogue: History, Politics & Culture with MP3 (2nd Ed.). San Diego, CA: Montezuma Publishing
Chapter Author Family life and structure Sage Publication, CA 1 53-54
Chapter Author Hussein, Saddam Sage Publication, CA 1 276-277
Chapter Author Minority religions Sage Publication, CA 1 307-309
Chapter Author Iraq, 1920 to present Sage Publication, CA 1 282-283
Chapter Author Egypt Sage Publication, CA 2 25-27
Chapter Author Iraq War (2003) Sage Publication, CA 1 283-286
Chapter Author The Autonomy issue for the Chaldo-Assyrians in Iraq: A realist assessment Institute for Education & Research (ATINER) 127-142
Chapter Author Nasser, Gamal Abdel Sage Publication, CA 1 316-318
Chapter Author Oct 2018 Mandaeans in Iraq In Rowe, P. (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Middle Eastern Minorities. London, UK: Taylor and Francis Group
Chapter Author March 2016 The federal system in Iraq after 2003. In the Institute for Serbian Culture, Kosovo and Metohija in the context of the Balkan countries and peoples, Book 1: Language, literature, sociology and cultural studies Leposavic, Kosovo. 339-352
Presentation Author The Islamic State Effect on Minorities in Iraq. The 4th International Conference on Advances on Social Sciences
Dr. Shak Hanish


Dr. Shak Hanish

College of Letters and Sciences

Social Sciences


Northern Arizon University - PHD - Political Science