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Prof. Abdullah Al-Arian discusses how Islamist movements have historically viewed diplomacy as important to their activist missions.
Her Excellency Hunaina Sultan Al Mughairy has served as the Ambassador of the Sultanate of Oman to the United States since 2005.
A MAAS grad’s work at the intersection of diplomacy and cinematic arts is shaping American narratives and empowering storytellers around the globe.
Ambassador ONG Keng Yong, who graduated from MAAS in 1983, remembers his time in Washington and sheds light on Singapore’s “price taker” approach to foreign policy.
CCAS Professor Daniel Neep argues in his article for the Crown Center for Middle East Studies that we must learn from Syria’s history of tyrannies to understand why the Asad regime has persisted.
MAAS alum Skylar Benedict recently published a paper based on his MA thesis research on water conservation campaigns in Jordan for the journal Water.
For MAAS alum Julie Eadeh, diplomacy is all about human relationships, whether building connections with local communities or helping Americans abroad in times of crisis.
Carol Madison Graham (MAAS ’81) was the first MAAS graduate to enter the United States Foreign Service. She reflects on how the 1984 embassy bombing in Beirut inspired her current work to strengthen the Foreign Service for future generations.
Congratulations to Prof. Noureddine Jebnoun on the publications of his chapter “Tunisia: Patterns and Implications of Civilian Control” in Civil-Military Relations: Control and Effectiveness Across Regimes with Lynn Riener Publishers.
Alum Kala Carruthers Azar, who serves as Assistant Cultural Affairs Officer at the U.S. Embassy in Amman, writes about the important role of people-to-people exchanges to American soft power.
Congratulations to the winners of the Exodus Institute “Welcoming Immigrants to America” video contest, including MAAS students Nour Laswi (1st place) and Saúl Ulloa (Runner Up)!