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Joseph Braude
Works at Al-Mesbar Center
Attended Yale University
Lives in Brooklyn, NY 11215
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American policymakers share a concern that the Saudi government, Saudi charities, and wealthy Saudi individuals continue to promote extremism around the world. Their assessment, however, tends to rely on findings and assumptions that are imprecise and out of date. Meanwhile, local actors within the kingdom are struggling to fight the extremist strain in their own society. The implications for American policy are profound. Read my piece, "What to Do About Saudi Arabia." http://www.huffingtonpost.com/joseph-braude/what-to-do-about-saudi-ar_b_11969254.html
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I'm very pleased to share the great news that Majalla, one of the most venerated news magazines in the Arabic language, has launched a multimedia English-language Web site. Here's a statement from the magazine about what it aspires to be: http://eng.majalla.com/2016/08/article55251462/welcome-majalla-news-motion-world-transition
London- Majalla: We are thrilled to announce a new step forward in Middle Eastern journalism: Majalla, a multimedia news site …
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"The Warrior King" - from The American Interest: http://www.the-american-interest.com/2015/02/12/the-warrior-king/
The world cheered at recent rumors that King Abdullah of Jordan would personally take part in air raids against ISIS. Here's why the morale-boosting social media sensation was probably no accident.
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by Salman Al-dossary On July 31, 1987 — an infamous day in the history of the Muslim hajj — Iranian …
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Following with continuing interest South Korea's expanding footprint in the Middle East, and the relevance of its views on the Iranian nuclear framework agreement to the ongoing discussion.
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Joseph Braude has written books on the Moroccan police and Iraqi civil society building, and contributes articles about Arab politics, culture, and literature to such newspapers as The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Asharq Alawsat; and such magazines as The Atlantic, Al-Majalla, and Tablet. As a bilingual voice on radio and television, he hosts a weekly national Arabic-language broadcast in Morocco, appears frequently on pan-regional Arab satellite networks, and produces documentaries for Public Radio International programs. (He also hosts a podcast.) Joseph Braude is honored to serve as a Senior Fellow at both Al-Mesbar Center for Research and Studies and the Foreign Police Research Institute.

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Blissfully married to Ruth Franklin!
Education
  • Yale University
    1992 - 1996
  • Princeton University
    1996 - 1999
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