Ibrahim Sharqieh

Ibrahim Sharqieh
Deputy Director, Brookings Doha Center
Website: Click Here

Ph.D. Conflict Analysis and Resolution , George Mason University
B.A. and M.A., Birzeit University, Palestine

Biography

Ibrahim Sharqieh is a Foreign Policy Fellow at the Brookings Institution, Deputy Director of the Brookings Doha Center, and Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University in Qatar. Sharqieh previously served as senior project director at The Academy for Educational Development (AED), where he managed international development projects in several Arab countries including Yemen and Qatar. He also served as an academic advisor to the Embassy of the United Arab Emirates in Washington, D.C. and taught International Conflict Resolution at The George Washington, George Mason, and Catholic universities. His publications appeared in the New York Times, Financial Times, CNN, Christian Science Monitor, The National Interest, and Philadelphia Inquirer. Widely quoted on Middle East politics in Reuters and Associated Press, he is a frequent commentator on news channels, including NPR, CNN, Aljazeera (English & Arabic), and BBC. Sharqieh received his Ph.D. from George Mason University in Conflict Analysis and Resolution in 2006.

Follow Ibrahim on Twitter: @sharqieh and Facebook: Ibrahim Sharqieh.



Awards and Honors
Distinguished Alumni Award for the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
Awarded by the George Mason University Alumni Association on April 9th, 2014.
Subscribe to this Profile
Featured Content
Subscribe to this Profile
Featured Content
Title Published Date
February 25, 2014
In Ayn al-Hilwe, Lebanon’s largest Palestinian refugee camp, you frequently hear a new term: “Death Convoys” (Qawafel al-Mawt). It refers to the extremely dangerous voyages across the Mediterranean that Palestinian refugees are resorting to after...
Category: Journal Article
December 2013
More than two years since the death of Muammar al-Qaddafi, the euphoria of revolution has worn off as Libya faces a multitude of difficulties. In addition to more immediate security issues, Libya struggles with questions about the past actions of the Qaddafi...
Category: Papers & Reports
February 11, 2013
As Yemenis sit down to their long-delayed national dialogue, they face an array of challenges that threaten to pull the country apart – from an unfinished revolution to regional demands for independence. Can Yemen grapple with its legacy of dictatorship and...
Category: Papers & Reports
Subscribe to this Profile
Featured Content
Featured Content
Title Published Datesort icon
January 08, 2015
Tunisians are making history again. The birthplace of the Arab Spring seems to be setting itself up to be the home of
Category: Newspaper Article

January 09, 2015
Editor’s Note: This is the second of a two-part briefing on Tunisia’s elections. Part I looked at the state
Category: Newspaper Article

January 21, 2015
Name a problem plaguing the Arab world and Yemen is likely to be suffering from it. The country of 24 million on the
Category: Radio Broadcast

March 28, 2015
In a record time, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has been able to successfully build a firm coalition of ten
Category: Newspaper Article

Subscribe to this Profile
Featured Content
Title Event Date
National Reconciliation and the Search for Peace and Stability in the Post-Arab Spring Middle EastThursday, September 26th3:00 to 4:30Metropolitan Building 5th Floor, room 5183Part 1: Presentation Par
September 26, 2013
Record Not Found
Subscribe to this Profile
Featured Content
Personal Information
Featured Content
Title Semester
Introduces field of conflict analysis and resolution. Examines definitions of conflict and diverse views of its...
Subscribe to this Profile
Featured Content
S-CAR.GMU.EDU | Copyright © 2010-2015