Shaazka Beyerle

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Shaazka Beyerle "is Senior Advisor of the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict. She was previously a writer, with expertise in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Until 2004, she covered the Middle East and Southern Africa for WorldView Magazine (National Peace Corps Association). She has published articles/op-eds on people power, the Middle East, foreign affairs, culture, literature, nonfiction, and art in Al Hayat/Dar Al Hayat, European Affairs, Europe Magazine, Foreign Policy, The Independent, Washington Times, Washington Diplomat, and WorldView Magazine, and has been cited in Al Ahram, Newsday, and Reason magazine." [1]

"Prior to moving to the Middle East, Ms. Beyerle was the founding Vice President of The European Institute, a leading Washington-based public-policy organization devoted to transatlantic affairs. She holds an M.A. in International Relations from George Washington University, a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Toronto, and conducted graduate studies at the University of Pittsburgh." [2]

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