Dr Eman Ragab is a MED Fellow at the Research Division of the NATO Defense College. Her current research focuses on cooperation between NATO and North African countries in the area of countering terrorism.
Before joining NDC, she has been the acting head of military and security unit at al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies ACPSS in Egypt. She is the 1st place winner of the ALECSO‘s Arab Young Researchers Award - the Arab League. Besides being an expert researcher in security policies in the Middle East, she has experience in editing and in managing research projects. Since 2014 she has acted as the the editor in chief of Bada’el (a peer reviewed policy studies journal published in Arabic by ACPSS), and she is a co- coordinator of the national voluntary report on governance commissioned to the African Peer Review Mechanism APRM/African Union.
Eman has also a teaching experience. She has been a visiting professor at the American University in Cairo, National Defense College at Nasser Academy and the Faculty of Economics and Political Science at Cairo University.
She has published both in Arabic and English on security policies in the Middle East. She authored a book entitled “Hamas and Hezbollah: Identity and Interest and their Relevance to the Behavior of Violent Non-State Actors in the Middle East” (in Arabic, ACPSS), co-edited a book entitled “Foreign Relations of the GCC Countries: Shifting Global and Regional Dynamics”( in English, Taylor & Francis), and co-edited a book entitled “Countering Terrorist Recruitment in the Context of Armed Counter-Terrorism Operations “( in English, IOS).
Eman is a graduate from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science-Cairo University, and received M.A. and PhD. Degrees from the same faculty. She is also a graduate from the National Defense College in Egypt as a fellow in national security and strategic studies.
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