Professor Shaun Gregory
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor Shaun Gregory was Associate Dean of the School of Social and International Studies (2009-2012) and Head of the Department of Peace Studies (2002-2007, acting HoD 2011) at Bradford University and Founder-Director of the Pakistan Security Research Unit (2007-date). He was Visiting Professor at the IEP, Sciences-Po (2006), and has held research posts at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis (IDSA) in New Delhi, the Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) in Pakistan, and at IFRI and IRIS in Paris. He was Sir Robert Menzies Fellow at the SDSC, Australian National University.
He has lectured in the UK to many organisations including ACPO, Fusion, Tribal, the UK Royal College of Defence Studies (Seaford House), the UK Defence Academy (Shrivenham), and Cranwell, and on a number of occasions has been invited to lecture to the House of Commons Defence Forum and to give evidence to the Foreign and Defence Select Committees. He is a long-time member of the International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS). Professor Gregory usually gives around 100-150 interviews a year to print, radio, TV and on-line media, mainly in the UK, India, Pakistan, and the US. He has contributed frequently to Oxford Analytica, Open Democracy, CTC Sentinel, and wrote regular op-eds for the Times of India. Professor Gregory is an external examiner at Nottingham University, and has been external examiner of PhDs in recent years at King's College London, the IEP (Paris), and at Quaid-i-Azam University, Karachi, Multan, and Peshawar Universities. He has held a variety of editorial, review, and advisory positions with think-tanks and universities across Pakistan.
- Regional Security in South Asia (Pakistan)
- Inter-faith Issues (Religious Minorities in South Asia)
- European Security (French defence policy, British and French nuclear weapons, and the role of France in the 'war on terrorism')
Indicators of Esteem
- Advisor to the UK Foreign Commonwealth Scholarships/Fellowships Commission:
- Co-Author (with Simon Ross-Valentine): 2010 UNHCR Report on the Situation of Religious Minorities in Pakistan
- Consultant: Professor Gregory is a consultant to NATO and in recent years has provided consultancy, policy advice, or worked in other capacities with a range of IOs, governments, and NGOs, including the UNHCR and EU, the governments and/or government agencies and militaries of the UK, US, Belgium, Canada, France, Holland, India and Pakistan, and groups such as EISF and MSF.
- Member: Archbishop of Canterbury's Pakistan Advisory Group
- UK Border Agency - Reviewer: UK's Country of Origin Information (COI) Report on Pakistan
Chapter in book
- Gregory, Shaun (2015). Democratic transition and civil–military relations in Pakistan. In Democratic transition and security in Pakistan. Gregory, Shaun Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 60-75.
- Gregory, Shaun (2013). Pakistan: Security Perspectives on Afghanistan. In The Regional Dimensions to Security: Other Sides of Afghanistan. Snetkov, Aglaya & Aris, Stephen Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. 61-82.
- Gregory, Shaun (2012). La menace terroriste sur les armes nucléaires du Pakistan. In Annuaire français de relations internationales. Paris La Documentation Française. 13: 625-640.
- Gregory, Shaun (2015). Democratic Transition and Security in Pakistan. Asian Security Studies. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
- Gregory, Shaun (2014). The View Across the Durand Line: Pakistan’s Perspectives on Afghanistan, NATO Drawdown, and the Prospects for a Post-Transition Peace. Central Asian Affairs 1(1): 90-107.
- Gregory, Shaun (2012). 'Under the Shadow of Islam: the plight of the Christian minority in Pakistan'. Contemporary South Asia 20(2): 195-212.
- Gregory, Shaun & Revill, James (2008). 'The Role of the Military in the Cohesion and Stability of Pakistan'. Contemporary South Asia 16(1): 39-61.