Rana Ibrahem is a PhD Candidate in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London and a member of the War Crimes Research Group.
Rana joins King's from Princeton's Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination (LISD), where her portfolio included the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and the Liechtenstein Colloquium on European and International Affairs (LCM), an international forum for multi-track diplomacy and conflict resolution. As a research specialist with LISD, Rana managed an Academic Advisory Program for the 2017 Austrian Presidency of the OSCE in close collaboration with the chairmanship team in Vienna. The program included a series of international conferences and private workshops that addressed trust-building in multilateral negotiations, widespread misinformation, and extremism and radicalization.
As part of her work in the Middle East and North Africa, Ibrahem worked as a policy fellow with Endeavor, in Amman, Jordan, where she analyzed the efficacy of economic and social policies affecting Jordan’s growing technology sector. Ibrahem holds a BA in the School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. Her latest publication is “The Unreconciled US Civil War” in Kerr, R., Redwood, H., & Gow, J. (Eds.) Reconciliation after War: Historical Perspectives on Transitional Justice (1st ed., 2021).
- Identity and Security Policy
- Extremism and Radicalisation
- Democratic Governance
- Multi-Track Diplomacy
- Gow, James and Ibrahem, Rana, “The Unreconciled US Civil War” in Kerr, R., Redwood, H., & Gow, J. (Eds.). (2021). Reconciliation after War: Historical Perspectives on Transitional Justice (1st ed.). https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429345395.
Professor James Gow