Project on Middle East Democracy

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The Project on Middle East Democracy "is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to examining how genuine democracies can develop in the Middle East and how the U.S. can best support that process. Through dialogue, research, and advocacy, we aim to strengthen the constituency for US policies that peacefully support democratic reform in the Middle East." [1]

Principals 2012

Although POMED deals exclusively with the Middle East, there are virtually no principals from that region.

Staff
Stephen McInerney, Executive Dir. Cole Bockenfeld, Dir. of Advocacy Susannah Cunningham, Dir. of Development & Communications
Daphne McCurdy, Senior Research Assoc. Anna Newby, Dialogue Programs Coordinator Nada Zohdy, Program Assistant
Board of Advisors
Nathan Brown Dir. of the Institute for Middle East Studies, George Washington University Daniel Brumberg Assoc. Professor of Government & Co-Dir. of the Democracy and Governance Studies, Georgetown University Steve Clemons Senior Fellow and Dir., American Strategy Program
Thomas Carothers VP of Studies, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Wendy Chamberlain President, Middle East Institute Lorne Craner President, International Republican Institute
Larry Diamond Dir. of the Center for Democracy, Development, and Rule of Law at Stanford University Michele Dunne Editor, Arab Reform Bulletin Bob Edgar President and CEO, Common Cause
Haleh Esfandiari Dir., Middle East Program at the Woodrow Wilson Center Noah Feldman Professor of Law at Harvard University Mary Gray Chair, Board of Dir.s of AMIDEAST
Saad Eddin Ibrahim Founder, Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies Jim Kolbe Former Congressman (R-AZ) Jim Moody Former Congressman (D-WI)
Mark Palmer VP, Council for a Community of Democracies Kenneth Wollack President, National Democratic Institute
Source
POMED: About Us[2]


POMED: Former Staff and Principals

Contact

The Project on Middle East Democracy
1611 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 300
Washington, D.C. 20009
Tel. +1(202) 828-9660 .
Website: pomed.org

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References

  1. Mission, Project on Middle East Democracy, accessed November 18, 2008.
  2. Accessed: 19 February 2012