Dr. Shak Hanish

Memberships

  • American Political Science Association
  • International Studies Association
  • Middle East Studies Association

Publications

  • Hanish, S. (2014). The Marines Take Anbar: The Four Year Fight Against Al Qaeda [Book review]. Middle East Media and Book Reviews Online, 2(1): .
  • Hanish, S. (2013). The Current Kurdish Iraqi Governments Relations: An Evaluation. 1(2): 1-9.
  • Hanish, S. (2012). The Iraqi revolution of 1958: A revolutionary quest for unity and security -Book Review. 21(1): 236-238.
  • Hanish, S. (2012). A Province for Christians in Iraq: An Evaluation. 31: 297-312.
  • Hanish, S. (2011). The Post 2003 Iraqi electoral laws: A comparison and an assessment. 17(1): 126-133.
  • Hanish, S. (2011). Autonomy for ethnic minority in Iraq: the Chaldo-Assyrian case. 20(2): 161-177.
  • Hanish, S. (2011). From storm to freedom: America's long war with Iraq [Book Review]. 20(1): 103-105.
  • Hanish, S. (2011). The Kirkuk Problem in Iraq: Is There A Solution?. 2(52): 25-30.
  • Hanish, S. (2018). The Kurdish referendum in Iraq: An assessment. Journal of Power, Politics & Governance, 4(2): 17-29.
  • Hanish, S. (2014). Historical background of the Iraq Kuwait conflict. Bastina (Heritage) Journal, 37(1): 321-349.
  • Hanish, S. (2014). Why Eastern Christians are fleeing the Middle East?. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 4, 10 (1),: 62-71.
  • Hanish, S. (2013). Why Iraq invaded Kuwait: Applying international relations theories.
  • Hanish, S. (2010). Iraqi Dialect through Dialogue: Culture, History, & Politics.
  • Hanish, S. (2015). Iraqi dialect through dialogue: History, Politics & Culture with MP3 (2nd Ed.).
  • Hanish, S. (2019). The Mandaeans in Iraq. The Routledge Handbook of Minorities in the Middle East. 159-169.
  • Hanish, S. (2014). Family life and structure. 1: 53-54.
  • Hanish, S. (2012). Egypt. 2: 25-27.
  • Hanish, S. (2012). Minority religions. 1: 307-309.
  • Hanish, S. (2012). Hussein, Saddam. 1: 276-277.
  • Hanish, S. (2012). Iraq, 1920 to present. 1: 282-283.
  • Hanish, S. (2012). Iraq War (2003). 1: 283-286.
  • Hanish, S. (2011). The Autonomy issue for the Chaldo-Assyrians in Iraq: A realist assessment. 127-142.
  • Hanish, S. (2011). Nasser, Gamal Abdel. 1: 316-318.
  • Hanish, S. (2018). Mandaeans in Iraq. In Rowe, P. (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Middle Eastern Minorities..
  • Hanish, S. (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. 339-352.
  • Hanish, S. (2014). The Islamic State Effect on Minorities in Iraq. The 4th International Conference on Advances on Social Sciences.

Presentations

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

Contact Information

Dr. Shak Hanish

College: College of Letters and Sciences

Department: Social Sciences

Academic Program Director: Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science

shanish@nu.edu

(858) 642-8494

Torrey Pines South Campus

Education

Northern Arizon University - PHD - Political Science