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Dr. (Cantab) FRHistS Doron ZIMMERMANN Senior Researcher, Center for Security Studies, ETH Zürich, Switzerland


1991-1993 Bachelor of Arts, Marlboro College, Vermont
1994-1998 Doctor of Philosophy, Cambridge University
1999-2001 International Relations and Security Network, Federal Institute of Technology at Zurich (ETH)
since 2001 Center for Security Studies, Federal Institute of Technology at Zurich (ETH)


Fellow, Royal Historical Society, London
Emmanuel College, Cambridge (Alumnus)
NATO/PfP Counter Terrorism Working Group, International Counter-Terrorism Academic Community (ICTAC)
Various Working Groups, Swiss Ministry of Defense


Tangled Skein of Gordian Knot? Iran and Syria as State Supporters of Political Violence Movements in Lebanon and in the Palestinian Territories, Center for Security Studies ETH, Zurich, 2003
The Transformation of Terrorism. The "New Terrorism", Impact Scalability and the Dynamic of Reciprocal Threat Perception, Center for Security Studies ETH, Zurich, 2003
International Relations, From the Cold war to the Globalized World, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2003
The Best of two Worlds: The Role of Third Force Paramilitaries in the Combating of Political Violence Movements, in: Rohan Gunaratna, Combating Terrorism: Military and Non-Military Options, Eastern University Press, Singapore, 2004


M. Brenn-Green Award for Academic Excellence
Ellinor-Winkler Foundation Award
White Prize
Fellowship, Royal Historical Society