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Ghassan Karam

Prof. Ghassan Karam was born in Lebanon. He studied Economics at the American University of Beirut (AUB), and is a Graduate Faculty of the New School of Social Research. He teaches Enonomics and Environmental Studies at Pace University, NY.
 

Gitanjali Bakshi

Gitanjali Bakshi is a Research Analyst at Strategic Foresight Group (SFG), a political think tank in Mumbai,  India. She is currently involved in a Water Security Initiative for the  Middle East which assesses the future water situation in the region and  posits potential areas for co…
   

Sanna Negus

Sanna Negus is the author of And Hold on to Your Veil, Fatima! And Other Snapshots of Life in Contemporary Egypt,Garnet,  2010. She is the Middle East correspondent for YLE Finnish Broadcasting  Company and has an MA degree on Arabic and Islamic studies from the  University of Helsink…
 

Ammar Abdulhamid

Ammar Abdulhamid, the founder and director of the Tharwa Foundation,  is a Syrian author and human rights and democracy activist who is  currently based in Washington DC.
   

Daniel Graeber

Daniel Graeber is a writer and political analyst based in  Michigan. His  work on Iraq and the broader Levant has been featured  extensively with  United Press International (UPI) as well as foreign  media outlets. His academic contributions include an assessment of the&nbsp…
 

Fouad G. Marei

Fouad Gehad Marei is a Doctoral Fellow at Durham University.  His research focuses on civil society, political economy and political  Shi’ism in Lebanon. His other research interests include Islamic  political thought, international political economy, Egypt, Iran, Central  …
   

Bart Peeters

Bart Peeters was  born in Belgium in 1966. After graduating as an English/French  translator, he spent the next fifteen years combining such diverse  activities as translation, journalism, political activism and playing  bass guitar in rock bands, regularly taking time off for ex…
 

Benedetta Berti

Benedetta Berti is  a doctoral candidate in security studies at the Fletcher School, and a  Neubauer Fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies.
   

Donncha Cuttriss

Donncha Cuttriss is a PhD candidate at Cork College University and a former soldier with UNIFIL. He blogs at Studies in Political Islam.
 

Stephen Starr

Stephen Starrr is an Irish freelance journalist based in Damascus. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Guardian, Le Monde diplomatique, the Times and the Sunday Times. He is also the founder and editor in chief of Near East Quarterly.
   

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