Kameal Al-Ahmad is an Assistant Researcher in the Security Studies Unit at the King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies since 2018. Kameal successfully finished the “Washington Semester Program” at American University in 2017, conducting research on “Saudi Vision 2030 and its effects on the Saudi – U.S. Relationship” (Unpublished).
During his time in Washington D.C., he served as an Intern at the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington (AGSIW). Kameal holds a B.A. in International Relations & Political Science from Saint Norbert College. His research interests encompass U.S. Foreign Policy and National Security, U.S. – Latin America Relations and U.S. Policies toward the Middle East.