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Daniel Brumberg was a senior associate in the Carnegie Endowment’s Democracy and Rule of Law Project and also an associate professor at Georgetown University. He previously was a Randolph Peace Fellow at the U.S. Institute of Peace, where he pursued a study of power sharing in the Middle East and Southeast Asia. In 1997 Brumberg was a Mellon Junior Fellow at Georgetown University and a visiting fellow at the International Forum on Democratic Studies. Earlier, he was a visiting professor in the Department of Political Science at Emory University and a visiting fellow in the Middle East Program in the Jimmy Carter Center. He also has taught at the University of Chicago.
Brumberg is the author of many articles on political and social change in the Middle East and wider Islamic world. With a grant from the MacArthur Foundation, he is currently working on a comparative study of power sharing experiments in Algeria, Kuwait, and Indonesia.
A member of the editorial board of the Journal of Democracy and the advisory board of the International Forum on Democratic Studies, Brumberg is also chairman of the nonprofit Foundation on Democratization and Political Change in the Middle East. Brumberg has worked closely with a number of nongovernmental organizations in the Arab world, including the Palestinian Academic Society for the Study of International Affairs (PASSIA). He is also a member of the editorial board of the American Political Science Association's Political Science and Politics.
Selected Publications: Islam and Democracy in the Middle East (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2003); “End of a Brief Affair? The United States and Iran,” Carnegie Policy Brief No. 14 (2002); Reinventing Khomeini: The Struggle for Reform in Iran (University of Chicago Press, 2001)