Mohanad Hage Ali

Director of Communications

Mohanad Hage Ali is the director of communications at the Carnegie Middle East Center.

Mohanad Hage Ali is the director of communications at the Carnegie Middle East Center. He was a managing editor of NOW Arabic website, and a political editor/reporter at al-Hayat newspaper in Beirut and London, where his work focused mostly on Iraq and militant Islam.

Mohanad teaches politics and journalism at the Lebanese American University and has an Msc. and a PhD in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

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  • The Wild Frontier
    • June 19, 2017

    The Wild Frontier

    Journalist Ali Hashem discusses why Iran aims to secure control over the Syrian-Iraqi border.

  • A Troublesome Liberation
    • June 15, 2017

    A Troublesome Liberation

    Amid reports of Seif al-Islam Qaddafi’s release, journalist Samir al-Sa‘dawi sheds light on the affair.

  • The Rise of the Strongmen
    • June 07, 2017

    The Rise of the Strongmen

    In an interview, Raphaël Lefèvre discusses the transformation of Lebanon’s Salafis.

  • The Women of Rojava
    • May 22, 2017

    The Women of Rojava

    In an interview, Isabel Käser discusses Kurdish female participation in northern Syria.

  • The Shi‘a Revival
    • May 04, 2017

    The Shi‘a Revival

    In Syria, the community has been undergoing considerable political and institutional change.

  • What to Expect in Algeria
    • May 03, 2017

    What to Expect in Algeria

    Carnegie’s Dalia Ghanem-Yazbeck sets up the country’s May 4 parliamentary elections.

  • High Road to China
    • April 26, 2017

    High Road to China

    Academic Yang Guang discusses an ambitious plan that includes future Chinese cooperation with the Middle East.

  • The ‘No Motive’ Myth
    • April 12, 2017

    The ‘No Motive’ Myth

    Khan Sheikhoun may have been attacked because it was at the heart of a conflict in northern Hama governorate.

  • Wasta Rule
    • March 17, 2017

    Wasta Rule

    The Islamic State’s governing system in Syria looks a great deal like that of the Assad regime.

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