Fouad Ajami, the Majid Khadduri Professor and Director of Middle East Studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University (since 1980), is a member of the board of directors at the Council on Foreign Relations.
Since 1989, Ajami has been a "contributing editor of U.S. News & World Report for which he has written on American foreign policy, Middle Eastern politics and contemporary history, and he is a consultant on Middle Eastern affairs for CBS News. Mr. Ajami is the author of numerous books including: The Arab Predicament, The Vanished Imam, Beirut: The City of Regrets, and The Dream Palace of the Arabs: A Generation's Odyssey. He was awarded the five-year MacArthur Prize Fellowship in 1982 for his work on Middle Eastern politics and culture. He is a member of the board of advisers of Foreign Affairs. He is based in New York, NY."
- Benador Associates -- featured speaker/talking head.
- Advisory Board, United Against Nuclear Iran 
Resources and articles
- As'ad AbuKhalil, "Academics for Bush (and his wars): Fouad Ajami Analyzes the Arab Natives for You", , September 28, 2005.
- "Shuster Rips Neoconservative Ajami For Comparing Scooter Libby To Fallen U.S. Soldiers," Think Progress, July 6, 2007. re trial of Scooter Libby