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Barak A. Salmoni

Assistant Professor of National Security Affairs

U.S. Naval Postgraduate School

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U.S. Naval Postgraduate School

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor of History

Berry College


Deputy Director

Marines Corp


Assistant Professor

Naval Postgraduate School


Political Scientist

RAND Corporation


1st Marine Division


Affiliations

Penn State Limited

Professor Emeritus of Middle East History


The Washington Institute

Visiting Defense Fellow


Assessments

Member


MNF-IStrategy

Member


Plans

Member


Education

Ph.D.

Middle Eastern History

Harvard University


Web References(38 Total References)


Iraqanalysis.org » Publications»Denial of Water to Iraqi Cities

www.iraqanalysis.org [cached]

Barak Salmoni, assistant professor in National Security Affairs at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, told the San Francisco Chronicle that civilians would probably be encouraged to leave Fallujah 'by cutting off water and other supplies[xvii]'.


Conflict resolution, prevention, and transformation: Search for Common Ground

www.sfcg.org [cached]

Panelists: David F. Davis, Barak A. Salmoni Barak A. SalmoniDeputy Director, Center for Advanced Operational Culture Learning Barak Salmoni is founder and Deputy Director of the Center for Advanced Operational Culture Learning, Marine Corps Training and Education Command (TECOM).He is responsible for the training and educational programs of the Center, and for hiring and mentoring a staff specializing in culture and language learning for global Marine deployments.Prior to this, Dr Salmoni was on the faculty of U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, where he taught courses on Islamic history and religion, Middle Eastern history, as well as politics, religion, identity, and civil-military relations in the Middle East.He worked with the Marines in Iraq during June 2004, August 2005, and October 2006; with the US Army Human Terrain System in February 2008; and as a member of MNF-I Strategy, Plans, and Assessments during March-April 2008.Dr. Salmoni has previously taught at Harvard University, Holy Cross College, University of Pennsylvania, Swarthmore, and Moravian College.He earned a Ph.D. in Middle Eastern History at Harvard University.


www.inthesetimes.com

"Perhaps the least expected short-term consequence of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) was a serious aggravation in US-Turkish relations," wrote Barak A Salmoni, an assistant professor of national security affairs at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School.
Salmoni was writing in 2003, but four years later the strain between Turkey and the United States has proven to be anything but short-term.


IPM/AUC - Re-Envisioning Egypt 1919-1952

www.internationalpubmarket.com [cached]

Edited by Arthur Goldschmidt, Amy J. Johnson and Barak A. Salmoni Barak A. Salmoni is assistant professor of national security affairs at the US Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.He has authored numerous journal articles on subjects such education in Egypt and Turkey, democracy in the Middle East, US military policy, and contemporary Iraq. Reviews:C O N T R I B U TO R S :Tewfik Aclimandos, Malak Badrawi, Andrew Flibbert, Nancy Gallagher, Arthur Goldschmidt, Mervat Hatem, Misako Ikeda, Amy J. Johnson, Anne-Claire Kerboeuf, Samia Kholoussi, Hanan Kholoussy, Fred Lawson, Shaun T. Lopez, Scott David McIntosh, Roger Owen, Lucie Ryzova, Barak A. Salmoni, James Whidden, Caroline Williams.


Denial of water

www.russfound.org [cached]

Barak Salmoni, assistant professor in National Security Affairs at the U.S. Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, told the San Francisco Chronicle that civilians would probably be encouraged to leave Fallujah 'by cutting off water and other supplies' (17).


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