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Marko Lehti

yliopistotutkija, Deputy Director of TAPRI; Academic Director of PEACE programme
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Senior Research Fellow Marko Lehti is a deputy director of Tampere Peace Research Institute (TAPRI) and an academic director of master's level study programme in Peace, Mediation and Conflict Research (PEACE). Lehti’s research in the field of peace and conflict research particularly focusses on peace mediation and dialogues, crises of liberal peace, transformation of identities and the idea of Nordic peace. His latest book are “Contestations of Liberal Order. The West in Crisis?” (co-edited with Henna-Riikka Pennanen & Jukka Jouhki)(Palgrave 2020) that assesses the narratives about the crisis of western liberal order and “The Era of Private Peacemakers. A New Dialogic Approach to Mediation” (Palgrave 2019) that deals the turbulent change of international peacemaking field and the growing role of international NGOs. He has directed several international projects including most recent one: the OSCE Network project “Cross-regional Corridors of Dialogue: Developing a Complementing Track for Transforming Long-standing Conflicts” funded by German Ministry of Foreign Affairs and focusing on Southern Caucasus and Moldova..

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Senior Research Fellow Marko Lehti is a deputy director of Tampere Peace Research Institute (TAPRI) and an academic director of MA programme in Peace, Mediation and Conflict Research. 

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Lehti’s research in the field of peace and conflict research particularly focusses on peace mediation and dialogues, crises of liberal peace, transformation of identities and the idea of Nordic peace. His latest book are “Contestations of Liberal Order. The West in Crisis?” (co-edited with Henna-Riikka Pennanen & Jukka Jouhki)(Palgrave 2020) that assesses the narratives about the crisis of western liberal order and “The Era of Private Peacemakers. A New Dialogic Approach to Mediation” (Palgrave 2019) that deals the turbulent change of international peacemaking field and the growing role of international NGOs. He has directed several international projects including most recent one: the OSCE Network project “Cross-regional Corridors of Dialogue: Developing a Complementing Track for Transforming Long-standing Conflicts” funded by German Ministry of Foreign Affairs and focusing on Southern Caucasus and Moldova. 

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Books:

Marko Lehti, The Era of Private Peacemakers. A New Dialogic Approach to Mediation (Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies, Palgrave, 2019) 

Marko Lehti, Henna-Riikka Pennanen & Jukka Jouhki (eds.) Contestations of Liberal Order. The West in Crisis? (edit with Henna-Riikka Pennanen & Jukka Jouhki), London: Palgrave 2020. Book contains three chapters written by Lehti, “Introduction” (with Pennanen & Jouhki), pp. 1-15; “Beyond Liberal Empire and Peace: Declining Hegemony of the West?” (with Pennanen), pp. 17-59; “Crises of the West: Liberal Identities and Ontological (In)Security” (with Pennanen), pp. 61-97.

Tarja Väyrynen, Marko Lehti, Élise Féron & Sara Koopman. Inclusive Mediation and Conflict Prevention: The Finnish Model (together with Tarja Väyrynen, Marko Lehti,) Publication series of the Government’s analysis, assessment and research activities 16/2018. 

Marko Lehti. Nordic Approaches to Peace Mediation. Research, Practices and Policies, TAPRI Studies in Peace and Conflict research No. 101. Tampere: Tampere Peace Research Institute 2014 

Marko Lehti & Christopher Browining (eds.) The Struggle for the West. Divided and Contested Legacy of the West, London: Routledge 2010. 236 pp. (Including Browning & Lehti, “Introduction: new tensions in troubled partnership”, pp. 1-14; Browning & Lehti, “The West: Contested, Narrated and Clustered”, 15-32: Lehti, “American West vs. European West: A Struggle for Ownership and Legitimacy”, pp. 90-114.) 

Marko Lehti & Jörg Hackmann (eds.), Contested and Shared Places of Memory, History and Politics in the North Eastern Europe. London: Routledge 2010. 158 pp. 

Marko Lehti (ed.) The Baltic as a Multicultural World: Sea, Region and Peoples. Marko Lehti (ed.). Serie: The Baltic Sea Region: Northern Dimension – European Perspectives. vol. 4. Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag 2005. 217 pp. 

Marko Lehti & David Smith (eds.) Post-Cold War Identity Politics. Northern and Baltic Experiences. London and Portland: Frank Cass 2003. 320 pp. (Including Lehti & Smith, “Introduction: Other Europes?”, pp. 1-10; Lehti, “Possessing a Baltic Europe. Retold National Narratives in the European North”, pp. 11-49; Joenniemi & Lehti, “The Encounter between the Nordic and the Northern: Torn Apart but Meeting Again?”, pp. 128-156.

Marko Lehti. A Baltic League as a Construct of the New Europe. Envisioning a Baltic Region and Small State Sovereignty in the Aftermath of the First World War. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang 1999.