Submissions are welcome for the Palgrave Pivot book series 'Palgrave Critical Studies in Post-Conflict Recovery', co-edited by Professor Sultan Barakat and Dr. Sansom Milton. The series publishes theoretically-rigorous ...
In collaboration with CHS and the Center for International Cooperation, NYU, the Heart of Asia Society hosted the 11th session of its flagship Track II Dialogue Series on regional and international support
The State of Qatar has been quite active in providing international humanitarian aid during disasters and crises over the last two decades. Emergency relief and response with a focus on ending conflict ...
The Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies, in participation with the Arab Center Washington DC (ACW), launched the first of a three-day conference titled: "Looking to towards Peace in Afghanistan after the US-NATO Withdrawal." The conference brings together leading experts on Afghanistan ...
Back in August 2014, the al-Qaeda affiliate in Syria, the Nusra Front, and Islamic State group (IS) forces attacked the
This three-year research project investigates integrated conflict responses in the Arab world and beyond, with a focus on the role of Qatar, through an empirically-grounded, multi-tiered approach. The
This three-year research project, Strategic Analysis of Conflict and Fragility, will produce a range of discrete analyses ...
Research under this theme examines the role of women in conflict and peace in and beyond the Arab world. This involves both research as part of multi-faceted studies, training, and advocacy projects
Director of the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences Division (HASS) at Colorado School of Mines
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