Middle East Report, “The State of Iraq–20 Years After the Invasion,” Spring 2023, No. 306, Vol. 52 No. 1


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Katie Natanel katienatanel@merip.org

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Paul Silverstein (Board Chair) Reed College

Kaveh Ehsani DePaul University

Adam Hanieh University of Exeter

Vickie Langohr College of the Holy Cross

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Lisa Hajjar (Co-chair of the Editorial Committee) University of California, Santa Barbara

Muriam Haleh Davis (Co-chair of the Editorial Committee) University of California, Santa Cruz

Nabil al-Tikriti University of Mary Washington

Ayça Alemdaroğlu Stanford University

Lori Allen SOAS University of London

Sabiha Allouche University of Exeter

Mona Atia George Washington University

Elif Babül Mount Holyoke College

Jessica Barnes University of South Carolina

Gregory Brew Analyst at Eurasia

Najib Hourani Michigan State University

Mohammad Ali Kadivar Boston College

Reinoud Leenders King’s College London

Shana Marshall George Washington University

Pete Moore Case Western Reserve University

Maha Nassar University of Arizona

Curtis Ryan Appalachian State University

Jacob Mundy Colgate University

Atef Said University of Illinois at Chicago

Hesham Sallam Stanford University

Deen Sharp London School of Economics


How to cite this article:

"Issue 306 (Spring 2023) Masthead," Middle East Report 306 (Spring 2023).

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