Hometown: Baghdad, Iraq
Research Interests: Iraqi National Reconciliation
Khairuldeen holds a degree in Political Science and Near Eastern Languages and Literature from UC Berkeley. His writing has appeared in The Arab Weekly, Foreign Policy Journal, Middle East Eye, Berkeley Political Review, openDemocracy and The New Khalij. Khairuldeen has worked on research titled “Obstacles to National Reconciliation in Iraq” in Amman and also worked as a research assistant in UC Berkeley’s International and Area Studies program. His research there was titled “1948 From Below: A Transitional History of the War for Palestine” and sought to trace the socio-cultural history of the war as seen by ordinary actors.