Konstantinos is a doctoral student at the Department of History, Koç University, Istanbul.
He received his BA in War and Security Studies from the University of Hull, before continuing his studies at SOAS with an MA in Turkish Studies. His primary interests include strategic studies and strategic history, Ottoman history, the First World War, and civil-military relations.
His main area of focus is the Greco-Turkish War of 1919-1922 and its strategic history. He trained as a Sapper with the Hellenic Army where he served as a staff officer. He is currently a reserve officer with the Army Engineer Corps.
Coordinating Editor, Strife Journal
Theo is a Master of Public Policy candidate at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, studying statistical analysis, economics, and politics. He earned a BS in Applied Economics from the University of Minnesota in 2018.
His areas of interest include post-colonial impact, international development, and political economy. Theo has worked in state politics and federal government in the United States, focusing on policy analysis and strategy.
Book Reviews Editor, Strife Journal
Nikolai is a historian and a PhD researcher at the Department of War Studies, King’s College London.
Formerly a lawyer and a corporate consultant, he has first-hand knowledge of contemporary Greece and Russia. It is the early modern world, however, that has stolen his heart. His current research focuses on the evolution of the culture and practice of war in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Spain. Additionally, he retains a strong interest in the history of sixteenth-century Russia, and its reception and projection in the post-Soviet world. The treatment of war and history in art, literature and cinema has been a lifelong fascination.