The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington is pleased to announce that Robert Mason has joined the institute as a non-resident fellow.
In light of continued concerns regarding transmission of the COVID-19 coronavirus, access to our programs will be available only via livestream on our website until further notice.
Soubrier's research will focus on the security strategies and foreign policies of the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, particularly the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia.
The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington is pleased to announce the addition of several accomplished scholars to its cadre of non-resident fellows.
The board of directors of the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington announces the appointment of Ambassador Douglas A. Silliman as the institute’s new president.
The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington announces the retirement of its president, Ambassador Marcelle M. Wahba.
The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington is pleased to announce the creation of the Frank G. Wisner Jr. Chair for Arabian Peninsula Strategic Studies.
The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington is pleased to announce that Kate Dourian and Robin Mills have joined as non-resident fellows.
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