Matteo Fumagalli

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  • Nationality: Hungary
  • Affiliation: Central European University


  • 2005 Ph.D. University of Edinburgh (UK), Politics
  • 2002 M.Sc. by Research University of Edinburgh (UK), Politics
  • 2001 M.A. University of Leeds (UK), Russian and Eurasian Studies
  • 1998 B.A. (Hons.) State University of Milan, Italy, Political Science (summa cum laude)


  • 2010-present Central European University, Associate Professor, Department of International Relations (joint appointment with the Department of Political Science)
  • 2007-2010 Assistant Professor, Dept. of International Relations (joint appointment with the Department of Political Science)
  • 2006-2007 University College Dublin, Assistant Professor, School of Politics and International Relations
  • 2005-2006 University of Edinburgh ESRC, Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Social and Political Science
  • 2004-2006 University of St Andrews, Teaching Fellow (part-time), School of International Relations


  • 2016 (forth.) State violence and popular resistance in Uzbekistan (London: Routledge).
  • 2002 Il Grande Medio Oriente. Il Nuovo Arco dell’Instabilità (The Greater Middle East. The New Arc of Instability) (with A. Colombo, A. Ferrari, R. Redaelli, F. Vielmini) Milano: Ispi- Universita’ Bocconi Editore/Egea.
  • 2016 (forthcoming) Stateness, contested nationhood and imperiled sovereignty: the effects of non-western leverage on Kyrgyzstan’s conflicts. East European Politics, 32(2).
  • 2016 (forthcoming) The 2015 Parliamentary Election in Kyrgyzstan. Electoral Studies, 41 (online 8 February).
  • 2016 Growing inter-Asian Connections: Links, Risks, and Opportunities in South Korea-Central Asia Relations. Journal of Eurasian Studies, 7(1), 36-48.
  • 2014 The 2013 Presidential Elections in the Republic of Georgia, Electoral Studies, 35, 395-397.
  • 2014 Regime survival, societal resilience, and change in North Korea, Wiener Beiträge zur Koreaforschung, VI, 96-105.
  • 2012 The 2011 Presidential Elections in Kyrgyzstan. Electoral Studies, 31(4), 864-867.
  • 2012 South Korea’s Engagement of Central Asia from the End of the Cold War to Lee Myung-Bak’s New Asia Initiative. Journal of Northeast Asia History, 9(2).
  • 2009 The limits of a rapprochement: Russia’s return in Central Asia. Quaderni di Relazioni Internazionali (Milano: Istituto Studi di Politica Internazionale), 9, March, pp. 44-54.
  • 2007 Alignments and re-alignments in Central Asia: Rationale and implications of Uzbekistan’s rapprochement with Russia. International Political Science Review, 28(3), pp. 253-271.
  • 2007 Framing Ethnic Minority Mobilization in Central Asia: The Cases of Uzbeks in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Europe-Asia Studies, 59(4), pp. 565-588.
  • 2007 Informal (ethno-)politics and local authority figures in Osh, Kyrgyzstan. Ethnopolitics, 6(2), pp. 211-233.
  • 2007 Ethnicity, State Formation and Foreign Policy: Uzbekistan and Uzbeks abroad. Central Asian Survey, 26(1), pp. 105-122.
  • 2007 Stability, Sovereignty and the Resilience of Politics under Authoritarian Rule. Central Asian Survey, 26(1), pp. 1-6.
  • 2007 Usbekische Zwickmühle. Staatsnationalismus und Auslandsusbeken. Osteuropa, 8/9, pp.237-244.
  • 2005 Le relazioni tra Turchia ed Unione Europea dal Summit di Helsinki all’Avvio dei Negoziati in Lussemburgo (1999-2005): Condizioni, Incentivi e Prospettive. Giornale di Storia Contemporanea), VIII(2).
  • 2004 Uzbek communities in the Kyrgyz Republic and their Relationship with Uzbekistan. Central Eurasian Studies Review, 3(2), Harvard University, pp. 12-16.