Dr Neamat Nojumi

Dr Neamat Nojumi is the managing editor for the Sentinel Post.org and is the executive director of the International Cooperation Trust LLC. He is a Senior Fellow for Transatlantic Relations at the Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Services at the Wisconsin University. Dr. Nojumi served as a senior advisor for the U.S. government, and worked with international organizations including the United Nations, United States Institute of Peace (USIP), and European Institute of Peace (EIP). As a professor at George Mason University, he has facilitated a Global Dialogue for Non-Violence and that was participated by over two dozen institutions and internationally respected figures from around the world. He has presented his research and field studies on international security and peace, governance, economic interdependency, major power politics, and global refugee crisis to diverse policy and scholarly communities in the U.S., EU, the Middle East, South, Central, and Southeast Asia. He also briefed members of the U.S Congress and the White House. Nojumi is the author of number of books, policy papers and research articles, including his latest book American State-Building in Afghanistan and Its Regional Consequences: Achieving Democratic Stability and Balancing China (2016). He obtained a BA in Politics and Governance from Yale University, Master of Law and Diplomacy from Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and PhD in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University. He worked as research fellow at Harvard University’s Law School, as a Senior Fellow at George Mason University’s Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution and as a visiting scholar at Boston University’s School for Global Studies. Nojumi is the recipient of personal letters, and certificates of achievements from several leaders in the U.S. and UK governments as well as those representing non-governmental agencies. Nojumi appeared on major TV networks and interviewed by dozens of national and international radio and mainstream papers in the United States, Turkey, India, Japan, and other countries.
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