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Prof Dr Amatzia Baram

Prof Dr Amatzia Baram

Dr. Baram is Professor Emeritus at the Department of Middle East Studies, University of Haifa, Israel. In 1986 He was awarded the Ph.D. degree at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem for a dissertation on Ba’thi Iraq. Since then, Dr. Baram has been teaching at the Universities of Jerusalem, Haifa, and Georgetown (Washington, DC).  Dr. Baram served as a Senior Associate Member at St. Antony’s College, Oxford, resident senior fellow three times at the Woodrow Wilson Center, twice at the US Institute of Peace, once at the Brookings Institute (all three in Washington, DC), and the Rockefeller Foundation’s Center in Bellagio, Italy.

In 2008-2009 he lectured to US officers at Fort Leavenworth. At the University of Haifa, he served as Chairman of the Department of Middle East Studies, Director of the Jewish-Arab Center and the Institute for Middle East Studies, founder and Head of the Center for Iraq Studies and co-founder and the first Head of the Ezri Center for the Study of Iran and the Persian Gulf. Since 1986 Baram has been occasionally advising the US government during the Reagan, Bush, Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations about Iraq and the Gulf.

His latest book Saddam Husayn and Islam 1968-2003 (WWC and Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014) used extensively the CRRC, Saddam’s secret personal archive at the National Defense University in Washington, DC. Presently Dr. Baram is publishing academic works (most recently: “Speaking Truth to Power”, in JMEA magazine, 2022) and contemporary political analysis on Iraq, Iran, Syria, and Lebanon, for GIS, the electronic magazine for international businessmen issued by Prince Michael of Liechtenstein. He is also advising on Iraq and Iran. 

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