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Abdulfatah Mohammed

Dr. Abdulfatah S. Mohamed is a Senior Research Fellow at the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies and a visiting Assistant Professor at the College of Islamic Studies, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar...

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Ali Al-Za'tari

Mr. Ali Al-Za'tari worked for the UN for many years in various countries and assumed several levels of responsibility

22 Jun 2021

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Afghan negotiator Fatima Gailani delivers a striking speech on inclusivity in the Afghan Peace Process

​As the intra-Afghan negotiations in Doha continue to seek a political settlement to end the conflict in Afghanistan, the academic community gathered online in a three-day joint-conference between the Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies (CHS) and the Arab Center (Washington, DC) starting on 21 June, 2021, to discuss the scholarly debates over questions of peace, development, and reconciliation in Afghanistan...

28 Jan 2021

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Antoine Bieler of MSF Delivers a Lecture at CHS

​Humanitarian Diplomacy (HD) emerged as a concept in the early 2000s and can be defined as the persuasion of decision-makers and leaders to act in the interest of vulnerable people and with full awareness and respect for humanitarian principles, regardless of circumstances...

21 Jun 2021

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H.E. President Ashraf Ghani speaks on the future of Afghanistan

​As the intra-Afghan negotiations in Doha continue to seek a political settlement to end the conflict in Afghanistan, the academic community gathered to discuss the scholarly debates over questions of peace, development, and reconciliation in Afghanistan...

26 Jun 2021

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Professor Sultan Barakat Participates in the launch of the Stimson Center s Beyond UN75 Report

On June 24, 2021 the Stimson Center launched its latest report, Beyond UN75: A Roadmap for Inclusive, Networked and Effective Global Governance in an online webinar attended by global academic experts. The report considered various ways to take forward the twelve commitments that make up the essence of the UN75 Declaration...

Breaking Through the Rhetoric 19 Jan 2017

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Sultan Barakat

Breaking Through the Rhetoric: the Rise of Negotiation Among Enemies in Syria

​Back in August 2014, the al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria, the Nusra Front, and Islamic State group (IS) forces attacked the Lebanese town of Arsal. The fighting concluded with the capture of 30 Lebanese policemen and soldiers. Immediately after the battle, the Nusra Front and IS executed two soldiers each...

23 Jul 2014

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Sultan Barakat

Building Jordan s Future the Case for Targeted Investment

​There has long been a tendency to view violence and instability in the Middle East as neatly divided by national borders and armies. However, as fighting in Syria continues to spill over into Iraq – where extremist groups have filled a power vacuum formed by internal instability and insecurity – it is clear that military aid alone cannot contain the region's conflicts...

3 Nov 2018

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Sultan Barakat

Saving MBS From Himself is the Key to Saudi Arabia's Stability

​The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul has resulted in the most serious international crisis Saudi Arabia has faced since the 9/11 attacks. This political assassination has been particularly damaging not only because of the dreadful way in which it was carried out, but also because it happened at a time when the idea...

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Dana Al Thani

Al-Thani received her BA in Administration and Economics from Qatar University with distinction in 2016, and she enrolled in the MSc in Conflict Management and Humanitarian Action at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies between 2019-2021.