Ramesh Premaratne Ganohariti
Ramesh Ganohariti is as a lecturer for the Bachelor Security Studies at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs since 2017. In 2023 he obtained his PhD in Political Science from Dublin City University, Ireland.
Ramesh Ganohariti is a lecturer at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs. Previously, he worked as a Tutor for the BSc in Security Studies at the Institute. In 2023 he obtained his PhD in Politics and International Relations from Dublin City University, Ireland. Using the lenses of multiplicity and human/state security, his PhD explored the relationship between contested statehood, citizenship regimes, and the politics of belonging, and sought to explain how the phenomenon of citizenship has been constructed in three aspirant states in the former Soviet space: Abkhazia, South Ossetia, and Transnistria.
Ramesh holds an MSc in International Relations and Diplomacy (Leiden University) and a Bachelor of Social Science in Culture, Society, and Media (Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan).
Research interests: citizenship & statelessness, ethnic identity politics, de facto states, statehood & self-determination, human security.
- Country Expert (Global Citizenship Observatory)