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Prof. Manuel Sarkis Hassassian

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Local Address: , London, United Kingdom

Employment History

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  • Honorary Doctorate
    University of Reims , France
  • PhD , Comparative Politics
    University of Cincinnati , Ohio , U.S.A.
  • BA , Political Science
    American University of Beirut
  • MA , International Relations
    Toledo University
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palestinianmissionukgallery |, 23 June 2015 [cached]
Prof. Manuel Hassassian
Manuel Sarkis Hassassian is an Armenian-Palestinian professor who currently serves as an Ambassador to the Palestinian Mission in the United Kingdom after being appointed by President Mahmoud Abbas in late 2005.
Ambassador Manuel Hassassian on ANB TV Ambassador Manuel Ha... Posted by
Palestinian Ambassador Manuel Hassassian at LFPME Reception
The Palestinian Ambassador Manuel ..., 23 June 2015 [cached]
The Palestinian Ambassador Manuel Hassassian, at the Beacon, Newcastle
Mr Hassassian addressed businesses, employers, trade unions and community organisations about the current situation in Palestine, was well as the opportunities for trade and joint working.
It was hoped the Ambassador's presence in the region would help foster relationships between the occupied territories and the North East.
Mr Hassassian said: "On the public level here there is a lot of support for Palestine and the issues we face.
"The problem is in the fact the Government makes the decisions, not the people here in the North East."
When asked what his message would be to people living in the region, Mr Hassassian added: "We need your support in ending occupation.
Members of the public listen to the Palestinian Ambassador Manuel Hassassian, at the Beacon, Newcastle
Members of the public listen to the Palestinian Ambassador Manuel Hassassian, at the Beacon, Newcastle
Mr Hassassian was critical of David Cameron's stance on the ongoing conflict in Gaza.
Mr Hassassian criticised the UK for not recognising Palestine as a Member Observer State in the United Nations.
He added: "We feel unrecognised and this is shameful.
"Of course, we know there are groups who are not sympathetic to the Palestinians but we feel much more needs to be done on a political level."
Mr Hassassian's visit came as British Muslim and Jewish leaders issued a joint statement calling for interfaith cooperation and condemnation of civilian deaths in Gaza, saying they should not "import conflict," but rather "export peace."
Ramallah August 2009 - About the WAC InterCongress in Ramallah, 20 Nov 2014 [cached]
Manuel Hassassian
Ambassador of the Palestinian General Delegation to the United Kingdom
Prof. Manuel Hassassian is a Professor of International Politics and Relations. Between 1996-2006 Professor Hassassian served as the Executive Vice President of Bethlehem University. In November 2005 Prof. Hassassian was assigned as the Ambassador of the Palestinian General Delegation to the United Kingdom. His areas of specialization are: comparative politics with emphasis on Middle East politics and Armenian nationalist movement and political theory. He published extensively in both areas, and his latest books are: Palestine: Factionalism In the National Movement 1919-1939 and The Historical Evolution of the Armenian Question and the Conflict over Nagorno Karabagh, Citizenship in the Middle East published by Syracuse University Press (2000). He also published in academic journals on the PLO, the peace process, democracy and elections, refugees and civil society in Palestine.
Professor Hassassian is a member of the editorial board of the Arab Political Science Journal as well as the Palestine-Israel Journal, in addition he was editor in chief of Bethlehem University Journal. Professor Hassassian is a board member of the Center of Non-Violence in Palestine, he is a also member of the Arab Association for Human Rights. Professor Hassassian was appointed by the PA as General Secretary of the Bethlehem District Elections commission 1996.
Professor Hassassian is the head of the Jerusalem Task Force in the Negotiations Affairs department. He is the President of the Rectors' Conference at the Palestinian Ministry of Higher Education. He is also the president of the Palestinian/European Academic Cooperation in Education (PEACE) since 2001.
Executive & Academic Council | Geneva Graduate School of Governance, 7 Jan 2014 [cached]
Dr. Manuel Hassassian, professor of political science, former executive vice-president of Bethleem University, ambassador of Palestine to the United Kingdom
Faculty | Geneva Graduate School of Governance, 7 Jan 2014 [cached]
Dr. Manuel Hassassian
Dr. Manuel Hassassian
Born in Jerusalem and educated at the College des Frères, Professor Manuel Hassassian left his homeland for brief periods after his high school years to pursue his higher education, earning his BA in Political Science from the American University of Beirut, his MA in International Relations from Toledo University, [...]
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