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Ramzy Mardini

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Institute for the Study of War

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Background Information

Employment History

Iraq Desk Officer for Political Affairs

the State Department


Position, Region

The Jamestown Foundation


Special Assistant On Iranian Studies

Center for Strategic Studies


Iraq Desk Officer

Political Affairs


Affiliations

Atlantic Council

Nonresident Fellow


Iraq Institute for Strategic Studies

Adjunct Fellow


Education

B.A.

political science

Ohio State University


M.A.

international relations

University of Chicago


Web References(44 Total References)


Why Iraq Still Matters | Institute for the Study of War

www.understandingwar.org [cached]

Authored by ISW Director of Research Marisa Cochrane Sullivan and Research Analyst Ramzy Mardini, the brief details Iraq's current political climate, the current Status of Forces Agreement, why it's critical for the United States to take on a proactive and leading role when engaging with Iraq's leaders, and the need to communicate the value of a new security agreement.
In the News - In an op-ed published in Lebanon's Daily Star last week, ISW's newest analyst, Ramzy Mardini, discusses the shortcomings of Iraq's coalition government and why Washington should be pushing in the opposite direction if they want to strengthen the Iraqi Parliament. Read it in full here - "Iraqi Consensus Rule, a False Promise".


6 months after U.S. pulls back, can Iraq go it alone? - Safe Dinar

www.safedinar.com [cached]

"The worst-case scenario is that a no-confidence vote is successfully reached and al-Maliki ignores its authority and remains in power," says Ramzy Mardini, an analyst at the Institute for the Study of War.
"I think the White House recognizes the severity of the situation but also recognizes the lack of options," Mardini, the analyst, says.


understandingwar.org

Ramzy Mardini


Staff Bios | Institute for the Study of War

www.understandingwar.org [cached]

Ramzy Mardini is a Research Analyst at the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), where he focuses on Iraqi politics and security.
He also serves as an Adjunct Fellow at the Iraq Institute for Strategic Studies. Before joining ISW, Mr. Mardini previously worked at the Office of the Vice President, assisting the national security staff on Iraq and Middle East affairs. From 2007-2010, Mr. Mardini served as a Middle East Analyst at the Jamestown Foundation and the editor of two books on the region, Volatile Landscape: Iraq and its Insurgent Movements, and The Battle for Yemen: Al-Qaeda and the Struggle for Stability. In 2006, he joined the State Department as an Iraq Desk Officer for Political Affairs, and later served as a Research Associate on Iran at the Center for Strategic Studies at the University of Jordan - Amman. Mr. Mardini holds a B.A. in political science from Ohio State University, and a M.A. in international relations from the University of Chicago.


wemeantwell.com

"What we're seeing is a new era in post-Saddam politics," said Ramzy Mardini, an analyst at the Institute for the Study of War.


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