Fellows of Senate
Dr Gil Merom
Dr Gil Merom is a Fellow of Senate elected by and from the academic staff of the University of Sydney.
Dr Merom's term/s of office as a Fellow of Senate:
- term 1: 1 June 2013 - 31 May 2015 (two years) - current term
BSc Hebrew University MA PhD Cornell
Fellow of Senate, 1 June 2013
Dr Merom, who has been at the University since 1999, is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Government and International Relations, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.
His research and teaching interests are in international security, world politics, national security, foreign policy, conflict resolution, strategy, intelligence, Israeli politics, guerrilla, counter-insurgency, and military intervention.
His recent publications include “New Patterns of Military Intervention” in A. Ben-Zvi and A. Klieman (eds.), Global Politics (London, Frank Cass, 2001); “Forecasting the Future of War” in Z. Maoz and A. Gat (eds.), War in a Changing World (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2001); “The 1962 Cuban Intelligence Estimate: A Methodological Perspective”, Intelligence and National Security Vol.14.