Husam Zomlot

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Husam Zomlot is the Oxford Research Group "Middle East Consultant. He also works as political advisor to the Palestinian diplomatic mission to the UK. Husam is specialist on Middle East affairs. He holds a BA in economics and political science, an MSc in Development Studies and wrote a PhD thesis on international peacebuilding and postconflict reconstruction aid programmes. Hussam’s previous work experience includes the United Nation, the London School of Economics and the Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute. He lectured international economics at the University of London, co-authored several UN reports, participated in various research projects and international and regional conferences and contributed to published books. His most recent contribution was published in a book entitled State Formation in Palestine: Viability and Governance during a Social Transformation. Husam is regularly interviewed by mainstream British and international media. His areas of expertise include: Arab/Israeli conflict, Palestinian and Arab politics, peacebuilding and post-conflict reconstruction, transitional economies, state formation and institution building. He gained extensive experience in bilateral and multilateral negotiations." [1]

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  1. Staff, Oxford Research Group, accessed October 7, 2007.