Syrian economist. Works with several Arab and foreign research centers. Has published a number of books and many studies and articles in Syrian, Arab, and international press. Currently works as the Executive Director of Harmoon Center for Contemporary Studies.
Palestinian/ Syrian writer and researcher. A former contemporary western philosophy professor at Faculty of Literature and Human Sciences, Damascus University 1998-2011. Has a large number of published studies and titles to his name. Currently works as the Editor-in-Chief of Kalamoon Journal.
A Syrian Academic and Researcher. Holds a PhD in Political Science from Lancaster University – UK. Dr. Aldoughli has also been granted the fellowship by Kroc Institute at Notre Dame University – US and the fellowship with Women in International Security (WIIS) in Washington DC. She was a lecturer at the University of Manchester teaching Modern Middle Eastern History, and an Associate Professor in Political Science at Lancaster University. She was also a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics (LSE) Middle East Center. Dr. Aldoughli has a consistent track record of engaged political research on a range of topics falling within the sub-field of conflict and peace studies in international relations. Dr. Aldoughli has a sustained record of high-quality publications in world-leading and internationally renowned journals and publishers. In addition, her publication output as a public intellectual in her area of expertise numbers over 15 op-ed pieces in leading newspapers and magazines. Her academic and research interest includes identifying the ideological borrowings between European and Arab nationalism, the rise of the nation-state in the Middle East, the Syria crisis, militarism and the construction of masculinity in the Arab world. She is also interested in the relationship between authoritarianism and religion, sectarianism and nationalism.
Syrian writer and jurist, holds two Bachelor's degrees in Law and Business management, and a Diploma in planning. Currently works as a Researcher at Harmoon Center for Contemporary Studies.
Researcher at Harmoon Center for Contemporary Studies. Holds a Ph.D. in philosophical and social studies, Former Sociology professor at Damascus University. Has published many books and studies in Syrian and Arab peer-reviewed magazines.
Syrian jurist, journalist, and poet. Former editor-in-chief of the “Hurriya Press” website. Currently working as the Director of the Doha Office and a Researcher at Harmoon Center for Contemporary Studies, and also runs the Harmoon Observatory team
Researcher in Islamic Culture and Liberal thought. Holds a Ph.D. in business administration and a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Aleppo and a Bachelor’s in economics from the University of Damascus, also holds a B.A in Islamic Law.
Syrian researcher, Ph.D. in contemporary history, published 8 books and many contributions and articles in Arab newspapers and magazines. Currently works as a Researcher at Harmoon Center for Contemporary Studies.
An academic researcher with a PhD in Politics from Birkbeck, University of London. He has a master’s degree in Middle East Politics with Distinction from Exeter, UK. He focuses on the study of Islamist movements and specializes in analyzing the discursive and organizational transformations in Salafi-Jihadism. He co-taught “War and Modern Society” and “Middle East Politics” at Birkbeck, University of London. He publishes in Arabic and English.
Samir Alabdullah is an academic researcher at the Harmoon Center for Contemporary Studies. He was awarded a Master's degree in 2012 and a PhD degree in Modern and Contemporary History from Ain Shams University in 2015. Dr. Alabdullah has had a fellowship from the University of South Wales in the United Kingdom since 2021. From 2019 until 2021, he worked as an expert on Syrian affairs at the Middle East Studies Center (ORSAM) in Ankara, as well as a lecturer on contemporary history studies at Necmettin Erbakan University in Konya from 2017 until 2019. Dr. Alabdullah is interested in the political and social history of the Middle East, particularly in Syria. He has published in peer-reviewed scientific journals in Arabic and English, in addition to numerous press articles in Arabic and Turkish, and has appeared on many TV shows.
Syrian lawyer and writer, she has degrees in international arbitration from Damascus and Ain Shams Universities. She has published many cultural and intellectual opinion pieces in Arab newspapers and websites. Currently works as a Researcher at Harmoon Center for Contemporary Studies.