Monday, 4th July, 2022

Peace in the Middle East lessons for Caucasus countries

Today the Middle East is no more the same as it used to be until some time back- i.e., a region excessively dependent on oil and gas export revenues, tribes/ powerful families vying to overwhelm one another with use of sheer force and deceit and ruling groups that held political resentment against the West/ state of Israel.


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Rasha Al Joundy

Rasha Al Joundy

Research Supervisor

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Areas of Expertise

  • Expert in the Gulf region politics,
  • Security and internal affairs and has been working on the GCC region since 2011.

Education

  • Master’s degree in International Relations and World Order at Leicester University (UK 2016).
  • Graduated from the Faculty of Law – University of Damascus in Syria in 2006

Bio

completed her master’s degree in International Relations and World Order at Leicester University (UK 2016). She graduated from the Faculty of Law – University of Damascus in Syria in 2006, and trained as a lawyer to register at Damascus bar association. She is an expert in the Gulf region politics, security and internal affairs and has been working on this region since 2011. Rasha Currently work as a senior researcher for Gulf affairs and supervise the training program at Dubai Pubic Policy Research Centre.