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MED 18 - Preliminary List of Speakers

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Middle East Dialogue:
A New Collective Vision
Friday, March 23, 2018
The Historic Whittemore House, Washington, DC
Preliminary List of Speakers
1. Understanding Qatar: We Lived There
Ambassador Mark Hambley, Next Century Foundation
Paul Rich, George Mason University
Radwan Ziadeh, Middle East Arab Center, Washington DC
Imad Harb, Middle East Arab Center, Washington DC
Mohammed Cherkaoui, George Mason University
Diane L. Maye, Homeland Security & Global Conflict Studies, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
4. The Middle East and Washington in a New Era
Ambassador Mark Hambley and William Morris, Next Century Foundation
Jihane Benamar & Harry Verhoeven, Georgetown University in Qatar
6. Current Trends in Jihadi/Extremist Movements
Ismail Royer, Center for Islam and Religious Freedom
Yamile Andrea Montenegro and Pedro Nel Valbuena, University El Bosque, Bogota, Colombia 
Neda Nazemi, University of Virginia 
Ayhan Sari, Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies 
Deborah L. Wheeler and Brannon M. Wheeler, United States Naval Academy 
Mohamed Alaa Abdel-Moneim, Cairo University and Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
Ahmed Y. Zohny, Coppin State University
Shahram Ahmadi Nasab Emran, Saint Louis University
Anthony Oberschall, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Challenges and Opportunities in Tackling Propaganda Wars: Using Semantic Analysis in Deconstructing Terrorist Recruitment Models Online
Dilshod Achilov, University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth
The Syria Coalition and the Triumph of the New Counterterrorism
Avery PlawUniversity of Massachusetts - Dartmouth
Security Concerns, Regulation of Religion, and Violence
Renat ShaykhutdinovFlorida Atlantic University
Mitchell G. Bard, American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise

Abdelmajid Ridouane, Ibn Zohr University, Morocco 
Suha Hassen, George Mason University
Imad Muhi
Ehab Salman, Support Without Borders Organization for Human Rights 
Seyed Mohammad Houshisadat, University of Toronto, Canada and University of Tehran, Iran
Avi Melamed, The Eisenhower Institute
Emad Rahim, Bellevue University
Darrell Norman BurrellFlorida Institute of Technology, Walden University, Claremont Lincoln University
Mae Elise Cannon, Churches for Middle East Peace