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Tamer Badawi is an associate with the Middle East Directions Programme at the European University Institute, focusing on Iran’s foreign policy toward its neighbors.
Alexander Corbeil is a lead analyst with The SecDev Group, focusing on the Syrian conflict and its impact on the Middle East and North Africa.
Hadi Fathallah is director at NAMEA Group, a public policy advisory company based out of Dubai and Beirut.
Ferhat Gurini is a freelance journalist based in London focusing on the transnational Kurdish issue and Turkish politics. Follow him on Twitter @FerhatGurini.
Idriss Jebari is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Arab Council for Social Sciences in Beirut.
Nima Khorrami is a research associate at The Arctic Institute’s Center for Circumpolar Security Studies.
Maged Mandour is a political analyst who writes openDemocracy’s “Chronicles of the Arab Revolt” column.
Tarek Megerisi is a Libyan political analyst and researcher who specializes in politics, governance and development in the Arab world.
Neil Partrick is the editor and lead contributor to Saudi Arabian Foreign Policy: Conflict and Cooperation (IB Tauris, 2016).
Mohammed Samhouri is a U.S.-trained economist with over twenty years of experience in academia, research, and policy making.
Kirk H. Sowell is the principal of Utica Risk Services, a Middle East-focused political risk firm.
Rafiah Al Talei is the acting editor-in-chief for Sada in Carnegie’s Middle East Program.